Title: Children of the Desert
Fandom: Star Trek AOS
Characters: Original Female Characters,
Author: [personal profile] beatrice_otter 
Rating: kid
Length: 8,203 words
Betaed by: [personal profile] laurajv 
Sequel to: The Desert Between
Summary: There are many hybrid children on the new Vulcan homeworld, including Spock and Nyota's children. Things don't always go smoothly.

AN: Vulcan words are taken/adapted from the Vulcan Language Dictionary. “mekh” means parent, I adapted it to mean “stepmother.”
“Jata” is a girl’s name in Kikuyu, it means “Star”

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“But that’s the way Grandma taught me to sing!” )
Title: The Desert Between
Author: [personal profile] beatrice_otter 
Fandom: Star Trek
Rating: PG-13
Characters: Nyota Uhura, Spock
Word Count: 14,224
Betaed by: [personal profile] laurajv 
Summary: “All Vulcans are constrained. By our biology, by our clans, by our whole society. But women more so than men, and offworlder women married to Vulcan men most of all.” Nyota loves Spock. But she can’t have him without taking Vulcan culture, too.
Note: the title is an adaption of The River Between by Ngugi Wa Thiong’o. [personal profile] laurajv wants me to write a sequel; I may, but it probably won’t be any time soon.

The most important thing for the Vulcans right now is the rebuilding of their culture and society, not the building of the new colony’s buildings. They named their new homeworld ‘rebirth,’ and that’s exactly what they want to happen. )
War Games by Seperis

This immense (100k+ words) novel is a sequel to a Kirk/Spock Pon Farr story which is very good, but which I never rec'd here because, unusually, it doesn't have much to do with Vulcans.

This novel is great because it addresses the reconstruction of Vulcan, Vulcan xenophobia, Federation politics, it makes the Orions into real and interesting players on the Galactic stage, and considers how the Nerada incident has impacted relations with the Romulans. Highly recommended.
Title: The Old Ways
Author: tkp
Word Count: 1,500
Pairing: Spock gen
Rating: G
Summary: The old ways are gone.
A/N: I posted this elsewhere, but thought it fit here.

The Old Ways
[Edited to remove link to flocked fic.]

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Additionally, I have a question. Do Vulcans get drunk off alcohol? Do they have a hugely high tolerance, but some Romulan ale will crack it? Or does alcohol have no effect at all? Do they get drunk but never never show it because their self control is that good? Enquiring minds want to know!
Title: Reunion
Author: Meri
Pairing(s): None
Rating: PG
Length: 2660
Summary: A conversation on New Vulcan between Sarek and Spock Prime.
Disclaimer: Sadly, the characters of Star Trek, specifically Spock Prime and Sarek, do not belong to me. I am learning to accept it. I'm not making any money on them, either.
Note 1: Part of the idea for this story came from a wonderful post [personal profile] beatrice_otter made about her thoughts on what might happen with Vulcan culture. You can read it here.
Note 2: Many thanks to my betas [personal profile] regan_v and especially to [personal profile] lanning for advice that went above and beyond.



Reunion





Title: Beginnings
Fandom: Star Trek XI
Pairing: Spock Prime/Kirk
Rating: PG
Word count: 1760
Summary: This new planet is not Vulcan. The mountain caves have not been mapped, and the wide deserts have not been crossed.
Notes: For [livejournal.com profile] yahtzee63's Journey To Drabble Challenge and the prompt 'Spock Prime and Kirk, clarification'. Many thanks to [personal profile] zulu for audiencing.

Beginnings
Hello. My name is Sunfell, and there is a Vulcan Elder whispering in my ear.

Since I saw that movie, I've had a gaggle of AU (alternate universe) Vulcans move into my head, all wanting to tell me their stories.

It is very difficult to resist persistent Vulcans- especially when they want to tell you all about something right now. They're so damn... persuasive. So, not knowing about this comm until a friend on LJ pointed it out, I wrote a short prologue to a larger tapestry that these people are narrating to me. It's called "Clementine"- which, apparently is very close to a Vulcan word meaning 'ended | lost | gone forever'.

You can read it here. If you like it, I can crosspost here, as new chapters arrive.

I haven't written fanfic in nearly 20 years. Doggone Vulcans did it to me again!
Title: Precious Things: Ripples
Author's Name: [personal profile] meallanmouse
Setting: Star Trek 2009
Pairing: N/A
Rating: PG
Note: Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] elanya for the beta-ing and [livejournal.com profile] aliciam & [livejournal.com profile] rexlapinii for proofing the concept. The link will take you to my writing journal. Note that this is the 4th story in the Precious Thing series. However, it can be read as a standalone.
Summary: Through a single event, countless lives have been lost. But some, also, have been saved.

[ If we put in double shifts, we can reach a production level that should meet every essential requirement they have, sir. ]
cleo: A purple and green baby dragon from deamon diary (ST TOS: Spock)
([personal profile] cleo May. 24th, 2009 12:59 am)
Title: Sentiment
Author: [personal profile] cleo ([livejournal.com profile] cleo2584)
Fandom: Star Trek XI
Character: Spock Prime
Rating: G
Warning: Spoilers for Star Trek XI
Word Count: 335
Summary: Spock has a moment of introspection about his place and role in the altered timeline.
Disclaimer: I don’t own them.
Author's Note(s): This...was not the fic I set out to write. And I'm a little surprised because I'm not sure where this came from.


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