This is where you get the chance
to learn more about some of the great writers we have in this fandom.
I'm hoping to have a new profile of a writer up once a month, so
come back once in a while and check what's new.
Thanks goes to the
Scriptorium, from where I've snatched some of their questions.
Since I don't know all authors
out there, especially not the non-ezracentric ones (yes, I'm a very
narrow-minded person :-)), I'd love requests from readers. So if
you have got a favourite writer you'd like to know a bit more about,
let me know and I'll se what I can do. Can't promise anything, though.
2004: Sassysioux and Dorkjunkie
Sassysioux and Dorkjunkie are sharing November's limelight, since
most of their stories are written in co-operation with each other,
and are both well-deserving of the credit.
Lots and lots of long stories,
adventure and Vin and Ezra at the center of most of the troubles.
What more needs to be said :-)
Wyvern, I think, wrote the very first Little Ezra story in this
fandom and that one is still my favourite Little Ezra story out
of all those that I have read so far. Apart from that she has written
many other wonderful OW fics that are well worth the read.
2004: Angela B
Angela B is one of those prolific authors who are capable of writing
in several different AUs without having them sound the same. Definitely
worth mentioning are her Seven B Ranch AU and the Journey to Avalon
Another one of those authors who helped pull me into the Mag7-fandom
with her excellent Townsend series, which is based in the ATF AU.
And I won't even mention the awesome OW story "The Samaritan's
choice"...eh..Ok, so just visit her site, will you!
She was one of the very first authors I came across when I originally
stumbled into the Mag7 fandom and one of the reasons I decided to
stay and check it out. KellyA surely knows how to throw a fascinating
story together and luckily for us, she has written a lot of them.
ATF or OW, they're all wonderful.
2004: Heather F
Heather F writes Mag7 like no-one else I've seen. Which isn't a
bad thing :-) Quite the opposite, in fact. With Ezra in focus she
cleverly incorporates all seven in her stories, ranging from the
OW over ATF and even Star Trek.
They are some of the best Ezra-drama/angst
stories out there and highly recommendable.
Violette is another one of those authors that you just can't get
around in Mag7 if you want the full experience. That is unless you
prefer to only read OW which Violette hasn't written any of to date.
Instead she has concentrated
on writing a lot of long and wonderful stories in the ATF universe,
including the wonderful "Blame" and "Black and white".
She even has some OW stories waiting for us in the future, which
I personally can't wait to see.
Now, MAC is another of those authors who has perfect control over
the universe she is creating. Her Little Ezra stories are an absolute
delight to read. Beatiful, sweet and full of imagery.
She is also a very active slash
writer, so better be warned. There be slash-references ahead *G*
2004: Beth Not only do we get to enjoy Beth's numerous
stories on the net, where she spoils us with both OW, ATF, FBI and
other AU stories, but she and her sister also does some awesome
drawings as well that can be enjoyed on her site. An extremely talented
Visit her site and remember to check out her
recommendable "Where the wind blows"-series.
2004: Nottasha I think this author must have some kind
of secret deal going on with the literary muses. Every month she
brings us new fic, mostly answers to challenges on the challenge
list, without the quality suffering one bit.
She has given us the excellent
"Down the Amazon"-series, the "Annie Greer Saga"
and the "Southbridge"-Series, just to mention a few.
January 2004: Twyla
Jane Twyla Jane is probably best known for
her little Ezra stories of which she's a regular writer to the enjoyment
of many. These come in both the OW universe, as well as our time
in the 'Little Ezra 4C Agency AU.
But Twyla Jane has also developed
several other AU's, including Land of the lost and UGCS Rebus Prime.
December 2003: Meg
Tipper I've managed to recruit Meg Tipper as
the first writer to give her input into her view of the magnificent
She's the author of many wonderful
OW stories like "When rivers rise" and the very funny
A-team crossover story "Alpha Males" and its sequel "Two
fish run into a wall".
She's also the creator
of the AU's "NYC" and "Four Kingdoms", a huge
and very exciting fantasy AU.