The Big Girls' Book of Smallville Big Boys
|Title:||The Big Girls' Book of Smallville Big Boys|
|Editor(s):||Caroline Carbis and Tallis|
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- Sherry and Oak by M. Fae Glasgow (7,400+ words) - The best vintages. like the best people, shouldn't be hurried. Post Redux.
- Victorious by Fajrdrako (5,720+ words) - Men were so easy to manipulate - or at least Lex had been before. The Victoria arc.
- Cars by M. Fae Glasgow (1,820+ words) - Everyone thinks they know why Lex loves fast cars, but Lex knows better. First season.
- Cochineal by M. Fae Glasgow (22,350+ words) - How Lex Luthor gave birth to Superman. Post Red.
- His Master's Voice by M. Fae Glasgow (1,920+ words) - Lex knows exactly what his father would want him to do. First season.
- Fireflies and Butterflies by M. Fae Glasgow (6,860+ words) - Sometimes 'yes' is the last thing Lex needs to hear Clark say. First season.
- A Tangled Web by M. Fae Glasgow (5,220+ words) - Why would Lex need Helen to break down the walls around his heart when Clark has already reduced those walls to a pile of pretty pebbles? Post Visage.
- The Prince Lex by Jane Mailander (16,620+ words) - Smallville recast in the classic film The Princess Bride. First season. Humor.
- Lightning Crash by M. Fae Glasgow (1,560+ words) - Bringing light to the dark places with the touch of his hand on his own rain-slicked skin. First season.
- Dressage by M. Fae Glasgow (4,210+ words) - Dammnit, why did sex objects have to insist on being real people? First season.
- Exeunt by M. Fae Glasgow (910+ words) - Even when it's the stuff of legends, will love always be enough? Future, not comic canon.
- The Yellow Brick Road by M. Fae Glasgow (35,500+ words) - Ray's used to Fraser risking his life in wildly bizarre ways, but this is the first time it's led to anywhere quite as bizarre as Smallville. Second season Smallville/pseudo-Call of the Wild crossover with Due South).
Reactions and Reviews
[zine]: Zine production in this fandom is not extensive, but this one stands out. M. Fae Glasgow, a highly talented veteran writer in other fandoms (most notably The Professionals) contributed most of the content. It's adult, mature writing that will ensure that this zine stands the test of time. I also particularly like the clever design of the zine.