Severus Snape Fuh-Q-Fest Archive

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Name: Severus Snape Fuh-Q-Fest Archive
Date(s): 2002 – c. 2014
Archivist: Luthien
Founder: T'Boy and Luthien
Type: challenge fanfiction and fanart
Fandom: Harry Potter
URL: (2002-2003) (2002-2003) (2003-2005) (2006-c. 2014)
SnapeFF_update at Yahoo! Groups
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Severus Snape Fuh-Q-Fest Archive was the archive for the Severus Snape Fuh-Q-Fest, which ran from March 2002 to August 2003.

Index by Author A-M page as it appeared on March 10, 2013.

The archive exclusively archived all fest stories for approximately a month after each fest wave ended; after that time authors were free to post their stories elsewhere. Beginning in July 2002, the archive also hosted fanart inspired by stories written for the fest.

In total, the archive hosted over 500 stories written for the three waves of the fest.

The archive proudly holds the collected works of Fest authors. The third wave, like the first two waves of the Fest, produced a large collection of stories which vary greatly in genre, theme and length, by authors ranging from well-known, prolific writers to those trying their hand at writing slash in this fandom for the first time.[1]


The archive was originally hosted at The website was created by Luthien and used graphics by AusMac. Luthien noted in May 2002 that the archive received "well over 15,000 hits in less than two months."[2]

A GeoCities site was used as a temporary mirror archive when was down, and as a warning page gateway to the site. The site moved to Luthien's new domain at in October 2003.[3] It was taken offline temporarily in April 2005, and returned in February 2006 at, Niuserre's website.[4]

The site went offline sometime between 2013 and 2016. Updates to the archive were posted at the SnapeFF_update Yahoo! group.


  1. ^ The Severus Snape Fuh-Q Fest homepage, archived 30 March 2013 by the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Luthien, 23 May 2002. The Severus Snape Fuh-Q Fest Archive, archived 08 June 2002 by the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ luthien at LiveJournal. The SSFF has moved!, posted 03 October 2003.
  4. ^ luthien at LiveJournal. SSFF site down, posted 22 April 2005, and The SSFF Archive has returned, posted 01 February 2006.