|Fandom/s:||Dragon Age, Mad Max|
|You can find me at:||jaetion@ao3, jaesauce@tumblr, jaebility@dw, m^s.com|
|On Fanlore:||My contributions / email me|
I'm fascinated by fandom culture; I'm an archivist IRL so it's not a big surprise that I like preserving and making accessible these awesome histories.
I bought a domain in 2005/6, and eventually created some fandom sites. There were two ship shrines, which are still online as of 2018: Skyless Oblivion, for Daisuke/Ken from Digimon; and Lord and Ladybird, for Ganondorf/Malon from Zelda. I also had a Digimon clique called CRESTtactular.
Most of my fandom activity revolves around fanfic, which is posted primarily on AO3, though some of my older things are on FanFiction.Net and/or lost to personal websites, mailing lists, and LJ clones. Or in notebooks. As of 2018, I'm (still) working on a Mad Max: Fury Road modern au longfic series called Citadel City Serenade.
As of 2019, my active fandoms are Mad Max and Fallout. I tried to list my main fandoms below, but meh, it's hard for me to determine what makes me "in" a fandom. I think it has to do with my creative output? Or how much time I dedicated to it? Interesting (to me) is that I'm still "in" a lot of these - like Zelda, 28 years later.
- The Legend of Zelda (1990, as a tyke)
- Sailor Moon (1994)
- Ecco the Dolphin (1995)
- Star Wars (1997)
- The X-Files (1998)
- Digimon (2001)
- Final Fantasy X (2002)
- Harry Potter (2003)
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003)
- Final Fantasy VII (2003)
- Phoenix Wright (2006)
- 3:10 to Yuma (2007)
- Coraline (2009)
- Dragon Age (2011)
- Skyrim (2011)
- Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
- Fallout 4 (2015)
Back in 2007-2008, I did a lot of editing on the Fan History Wiki. Originally I was concerned with repeating myself here, but since that wiki is gone, I'm going to be more liberal in the articles I create.
I have a small collection of doujinshi that I've been adding to the wiki.
Other than that I try to do add information about video games - they don't seem to be well represented here.