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Crossover Fan Fiction

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Created on 2012-09-10 14:25:39 (#1719669), last updated 2015-11-26 (95 weeks ago)

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Name:Crossover Fanfiction
Website:Crossover Fanfiction on LJ
Membership:Open
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This community is dedicated to authors and readers of crossover fan fiction. Anything is welcome here, any fandom, the only requirements are that all stories are crossovers.

Here, you may discuss crossovers, issue challenges and post icons, pictures and crossover fics of any length.

There are a few rules about posting fan fiction to the community.

Fan Fiction Posting Rules

  1. Only post Crossovers. This community is for crossover fan fiction; if your story is not a crossover, then it does not belong here. There are plenty of places for single fandom stories, please post your story there.

  2. No Flaming. Period, end of discussion. Flames are unacceptable and anyone who
    flames will be banned from the community.

  3. Only post your own writing. If you wish to recommend someone else's work, then please
    post a link to the website or the journal entry where the fic is posted. And please, only
    link to public journal entries.

  4. The following format should be followed when posting a story:
    • All fiction posted should be labeled as fiction by having the word FIC in the subject line.

    • The subject line should include the title of the story, the rating, and the fandom(s)
      being crossed (if possible). Here is an example of a proper subject line: [FIC] Crossover Title, PG, Harry Potter/Stargate.

    • The following format should be used to label the story within your post:
      Title:
      Author:
      Fandoms:
      Rating:
      Warnings:
      Pairings (if applicable)
      Character(s) (if applicable)
      Summary:

      Very Important: You MUST identify the fandoms that are being crossed-over in your story. You can do this by tagging your story or by including the information in the above header.

      Also important: even if you are posting the second or third part of a previously posted story, you must include the above header and identify the fandoms (either in the header or by the use of tags.) Not everyone on the list is familiar with every single fandom out there. Don't assume that people know what and who you're writing about.

    • Please identify the category of your story - either by tagging it appropriately (see the section below on tags), or by listing a category in the header information. If you do not do so, the mod will determine a category based upon the presence or absence of pairings and a character list. If nothing is present to identify the category, it will be listed as "category: unknown".

    • You MUST include a warning if your story contains the following: rape/non-con, underage characters engaging in sexual activities, graphic violence, major character death. This warning can be as simple as "may contain disturbing material", or a note that you do not provide warnings in general. Anything else does not have to be warned for, and is at your discretion.

    • Anything longer than a 100 word drabble and anything NC-17 should be kept behind a cut tag.


  5. If you are posting a recommendation, please make a note of that in the subject
    line
    of the journal entry. You may simply put REC, or FIC REC, or
    Recommendation, or whatever as long as it conveys that you are reccing fic.

  6. When posting Recommendations, please post them the same way a fic would be posted,
    following the guidelines above.

  7. All work posted will be TAGGED by the person posting the entry. This makes it easier for people to find certain stories and reading material that they are most interested in reading.
    • Tagging your story is easy. Simply add the tags when adding your post or select the link to "Edit Tags" after posting your story.

    • Tags must reflect everything that is being crossed over. For example, if you are crossing over Harry Potter with Stargate SG-1, please tag with both "harry potter" and "stargate sg-1", not just one or the other. You can use multiple tags by typing them with a comma between them, or holding down the "Ctrl" key (command key on a Mac) while selecting them from the list to select multiple tags. If you want to hide what you are crossing over, use the "surprise" tag.

    • Tags should reflect rating and category as well. Please see this entry for more information on these tags.


  8. Please compile all chapters into one post if you have several to post at once so as not to spam the community. Also remember to link back to older chapters if you are updating a fic you have been working on for some time.

  9. Do not lock your posts to prevent people from commenting, even if you only want people to comment on the linked journal. This prevents the mod from providing assistance or letting you know a requested tag has been added.

  10. Multi-fandom RP promos are allowed. Just use the "!rpg" and "!promo" tags. Promos to other crossover communities, like series-specific crossover communities, are allowed. Again, just use the "promo" tag, and the tag or tags of the series the comm is for. Promos of RPGs that are specific to only one fandom, or general writing communities, are not allowed. We'll grant leniency in the latter case if crossovers are allowed in your comm or you're offering tools and tips for crossover writers.
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