|Type:||writer, reccer, filker|
|Fandoms:||Alias, Buffyverse, The Dark Tower, Firefly, The Office (US), One Tree Hill, Pirates of the Caribbean, Spirited Away, Tolkien, Veronica Mars, The X-Files, and many others|
|URL:||If: Multifandom fanfic; tyrannosaurus recs (via WBM); Zara Hemla@AO3|
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Her works are archived at her personal site, If, with a selection at Archive of Our Own, Glass Onion, Silverlake. and elsewhere. She formerly maintained a recs page, tyrannosaurus recs, at her personal site, which recommended X-Files, Jossverse and many other fandoms. She was the archivist of Filking Through the Conspiracies of Life, an X-Files filk archive.
- Black Eyes (Pirates of the Caribbean) -- Jack Sparrow backstory. Tha Wrecka writes: Amusing story about an adventure for a younger Jack Sparrow.
- Fitter Happier More Productive (Angel) -- widely recommended Five Things piece, focused on Connor. Jen writes: If you have ever liked Connor, or if you've ever enjoyed the stories of the "5 Things That Didn't Happen" challenge, read this immediately. ... Heartbreaking, beautiful, and all wonderfully possible and believable even as the stories all require mostly original characters and scenarios and names.
- King under the Mountain (The Hobbit) -- dark AU written for The One Ring Challenge. Winner of the Mithril Awards The Hobbit category in 2003. Espresso Addict writes: A dark tale of obsession and race conflict, with an unusual AU premise that unravels slowly as protagonist and reader penetrate deeper.
- Knock the Smile Off My Face (Alias) -- Dixon vignette. Victoria P writes: Marvelously in character, and heartrending. And the ending with Marshall is just perfect.
- Colour and Movement: Pirates of the Caribbean (accessed 15 May 2012)
- Better Buffy Fiction Archive: Zara Hemla (accessed 15 May 2012)
- Mithril Awards: Award Winners: 2003 (accessed 15 May 2012)
- Espresso Recommendations: Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit (accessed 15 May 2012)
- Unfit for Society: Miscellaneous Fandoms: Recommendations (accessed 15 May 2012)