|Alias(es):||Nicole Pellegrini (Names are linked at this fan's Fan History Wiki user page  and here.)|
|Type:||writer, archivist, artist, vidder, zine publisher|
|Fandoms:||A-Team, Babylon 5, The Police, others|
|Other:||What is Fan Art?|
|Click here for related articles on Fanlore.|
sockii is a gen writer and artist.
Her press, Sockii Press, was the largest publisher of The A-Team fanzines in the 1990s.
She lists herself as one of the first active writers on the Master and Apprentice mailing list and archive. She also founded (or was one of the founders of) the Master and Apprentice archive.
She has also done at least one RPS vid and was a frequent contributor at Fan History Wiki.
sockii has won at least one FanQ award for her work.
Her Life in Fandom
"Although I am much less involved in it today then I used to be, media fandom has long played an important part in my life, both on-line and off-line. I started going to science fiction conventions in the mid-90s, where I met many people who would become some of my best friends for life. I also got to meet many of my favorite actors, including Dwight Schultz (who played my childhood hero, "Howlin' Mad" Murdock, on "The A-Team.") My first experiences writing and designing content for the internet were dedicated to different fandoms, and I established the very first A-Team fanpage (which was featured in various print publications and TV shows) during those years, along with various other projects. I became interested in writing and publishing fanzines, which although mocked by many professional writers gave me great experience and training which I use in my freelance writing today." 
"One Last Mystery Revealed: Why "sockii"?!?! The Story Behind My Nickname: 'I've been asked that question many many times: so why the heck do I call myself "sockii"?! Well, it goes back to my A-Team fandom roots, I'm afraid. I wanted an on-line handle that was unique when I was first involved in fandom, and a particular episode of the series was one of my favorites. I also really like drinking sake. I decided to spell it a little different as well for uniqueness, therefore sockii was born." 
Notable Works: Zines
- Whatever Gets You Through the Night
- Plans, Scams and Vans
- A-Team Through Time
- Deadly Maneuvers
- The Dwight Papers
- The A-Files
- Don't Blink
- Been There, Never Done That!
Below is a partial list of vids that Sockii has edited as of 2001.
- "Bang A Gong" - Rush Hour 1 & 2 (gen/subtext)
- "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" - Brimstone (gen)
- "Go West" - Shanghai Noon (slash)
- "Kinda I Want To" - Brimstone (slash)
- "We're the Same" - Curry & Pepper (slash)
- "My Life" - Brimstone (gen/subtext)
- "New World Man" - Jackie Chan (gen)
- "Always Together, Forever Apart" - Brimstone (het - Zeke/Ros)
- "Amazed" - Angel (slash - Wesley/Gunn)
cover of Mutant Sex #2
cover of the zine, The Oak and the Cypress
- ^ User:Sockii - Fan History Wiki: The Fandom History Resource, Archived version; Wayback link -- "sockii, known sometimes in real life as Nicole Pellegrini, is a collector, website and mailing list organizer, vidder, artist, fanfic archivist and fanzine publisher active in a number of fandoms since 1993."
- ^ My Life in Fandom: On Being in Media Fandom, WebCite, accessed 8.12.2011
- ^ One Last Mystery Revealed: Why "sockii"?!?! The Story Behind My Nickname, Webcite, accessed 8.12.2011