Fanfic by Author – L
Alphabetical by the author's last name or handle.
Nominated Best New Author 2006
Long Strange Trip
Alt-Clark never imagined that *his* Lois had been forced into an alternate world by Tempus years ago. Thanks to the benevolent intervention of Herb Wells, Lois returns home, much changed. Years of suffering at the hands of Clark's dark doppelganger -- Lord Kal-El -- have left their mark. Can she ever overcome her trauma to recognize her soulmate wearing the face and form of her tormentor, or will she succeed in destroying his standing amongst humanity definitively?
Daddy's Little Girl
Lois witnesses a tender father-daughter moment as Clark reads a bedtime story to their 3-year-old daughter, Ariel.
Don't Tug On Superman's Friends
This companion vignette to "Don't Tug On Superman's Heart" explores the reactions of both Jimmy and Perry to Lois's supposed death in the episode "Don't Tug On Superman's Cape."
Don't Tug On Superman's Heart
What was Clark thinking when Lois was "killed" in the episode "Don't Tug on Superman's Cape"? Find out in this vignette.
Many millennia ago, warring super-beings nearly destroyed their home world. To prevent this from happening again, they decide to leave their planet and go somewhere where they will no longer have such powers. Thus, Krypton is born under the leadership of a war hero and his wife: Kal-El and Liera.
The Exodus II: Earthbound
A sequel to the fanfic "The Exodus," this fic follows Jor-El and Lara as they get ready to say a sad farewell to their son, Kal-El.
A Lois and Clark Fairytale: Lois and the Beast
A classic fairy tale, retold with characters from Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
Sex, Truth and Revelation
What if Superman had to reveal his identity in the episode "Sex, Lies and Videotape" to explain the photos?
Two Timing Lois?
When Lois learns the truth about Clark, she decides to have a little fun by getting some revenge.
See "Doc. Klein's LabRat"
Clark returns from New Krypton to some horrible news.
All decked out for an early-morning roller-blading date with Lois, Clark finds he must instead comfort her -- she's been having nightmares about his alien side.
A story that picks up slightly before where the episode "Forget Me Not" leaves off, veering off into an altogether more pleasant direction. Lois has her memory back, she and Clark are desperate to be married, and Martha in Smallville has a plan.
A Battle of Wills
After Lois tries to seduce Clark for all the wrong reasons, Clark's good and bad sides go to war, literally, in this humorous story.
My Three Sons
Superman can't resist a call for help -- especially when it's the desperate call of a child ... who claims to be the son of Clark and Lois Kent.
If I Had It to Do All Over Again ...
How might Lois and Clark celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary? In this next-generation story, the author envisions a future for our favorite couple.
Mr. Right Now
Set soon after the arrival of Dan Scardino, this story explores the frequently asked question: Just what was it that Lois found so attractive about Dan?
Nominated Best New Author 2015
The love between Lois and Clark is stronger and more powerful than anything else in this world, or beyond.
A Little Less Secret
Someone learns Clark's secret and capitalizes on that knowledge.
A Special Son
Lois and Clark's son is special in ways they never would have imagined.
Gift of the Magami
It's the year 2050 and Lois has been dead for twenty years. Clark has remarried but that only leads to new problems. A Superman story set in a new universe and a crossover between the D.C.U. (comics universe) and Anime. Strongly based on the 1986 Anime movie Project A-ko. A multiauthored story by Lady Tesser and David Schock.
20,882 words (112Kb)
Clark is stuck in Zorro's time. He needs to find his Lois, but while Clark is there, Victoria disappears also. Clark needs to convince Zorro to work together in order to save the women they love more than life itself. Follow Clark (Superman) and Zorro on their adventure. A crossover between *New World Zorro* and *Lois & Clark*. There is no need to be familiar with Lois and Clark!
11,625 words (63Kb)
Lois and Clark are investigating the disappearance of Pan Global Games winner Kimberly Hart, but by doing so they may lose the one thing that is as important as their love for each other. Superman gets help in his search for their baby and the missing gold medal winner from a group of teenagers with special powers, the Power Rangers. A crossover between Lois and Clark and The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
Lois' New Family Challenge #1 2020
639 words (3Kb)
Clark has a solution for Lois' lonely nights when he is out as Superman.
We Are One
1,302 words (7Kb)
A little vignette of a father talking to his daughter about being normal and their powers. Based on a song from *Lion King II: Simba's Pride* titled "We are One." There is no need to know the song, but you can find it on YouTube if you are curious.
Needing the Man in You
In this second season vignette, an old rival inadvertently provides a little help for Lois and Clark at a charity event.
The Best Present
Lex Luthor has kidnapped Lois Lane again, this time determined to marry her once and for all. An episode intended to replace the fourth-season Christmas episode.
Lois accepts Clark's proposal of marriage but takes it back when she remembers that she loves Superman more.
Somebody to Love
The 'other' Clark still hasn't found his Lois. When ships start going missing in the Congo, he wonders if there could be any connection with Lois' disappearance.
A Weekend in Smallville
An engaged Lois and Clark go to visit his parents, and Clark ends up in hot water.
The Little Things
Superman and Lois come to the aid of an orphaned infant.
Morning Pick Me Up
Lois Lane starts off her day at the Daily Planet by embarrassing Clark.
Lois Is Clark, Clark Is Lois
The author writes: "One day I was wondering what would happen if Lois had Clark's loving personality and Clark had Lois' attitude. If they completely switched their ways and personalities -- what would it be like?"
Nominated Best New Author 2003
As Time Goes By
Regretting her decision to slam the door in Clark's face after their first date, Lois decides to make things up to Clark, but soon finds herself involved in an investigation that complicates things.
The Company Picnic
Lois takes advantage of a company picnic to do a little flirting with her handsome partner. But will it lead to her learning a secret?
The Dating Game
Lois does some comparison dating to determine who's really the best man for her.
Lois Has a Great Idea
Lois challenges Clark to prove he is not attracted to her and gets more than she bargained for. She may have to choose between Superman and Clark.
Mrs. Luthor Meets a Pirate
Clark is dead, Lois is married to Lex...can things get any worse? Nothing is what it appears to be in this alternative ending story.
The Supergirl Connection
Shortly after accepting Lex Luthor's marriage proposal, Lois Lane is in her apartment when she receives an unexpected visitor with a message for her. Set in Season 1, overlapping and directly after the episode "Barbarians at the Planet." Also provides an original take on the "mystery baby" from the end of Season 4.
Nominated Best New Author 2007
All Weathered Out
What if we lived in a Lex-free universe... Who else could have caused the heat wave in "Man of Steel Bars" and why? Find out as Superman battles a whole team of vindicative super-villains - with a little help from his friends.
The Ball Is in Your Court
Halloween costumes don't always mask secret identities as well as one would like...
Bats in the Belfry
Just when Lois starts thinking Clark will probably never ask her out again, he has a fit of jealousy after he overhears Bruce Wayne inviting her out to dinner.
Blind...as a Bat
What will happen when Lucy tells Lois what she's discovered about Clark? Find out, in this sequel to "A Sister Would Know."
Cupid's Drop Box
Sometimes, you have to focus on something else to see what's right in front of you. A Valentine's Day story assignment leads Lois to the Internet and to some surprising discoveries about herself -- and Clark.
Cut From the Same Cape
In this third installment in the author's "Clark Kent is Batman... NOT!" series, Lois finally figures out who Clark really is.
In the fourth story of the author's "Clark Kent is Batman... NOT!" series, Clark Kent meets Bruce Wayne. Will the World's Greatest Detective recognize the Man of Steel?
What if Lois hadn't been working at the Daily Planet when Clark started there? What if she'd been living in a different city altogether? Would they still find a way to meet?"
The Early Snoop Gets the Scoop
Unexpected things happen when Lois and Clark are forced to spend an evening on a stakeout.
This story picks up right where "Cut From the Same Cape" left off, just as Lois had found out that Clark is Superman. In order to redeem himself, Clark prepares to give her the exclusive interview she's always dreamt of having...
For a Change
This is what happens when you put someone else in charge of finding the right costume for you.
The sixth story in the author's "Clark Kent is Batman... NOT!" series. Once again, Clark meets someone who thinks he's Batman. Will he be able to set them straight without giving his secret away?
Green, Green Glow of the Arrow
For some time now, Lois has had suspicions about Clark having another, secret, identity and she's been trying to find out exactly who he is ever since. Will her latest ploy work or will she discover something she wasn't expecting instead?
The Heart of the Matter
What if Lois had spoken to Superman first -- instead of Clark -- after Lex had proposed to her?
I'm a Believer
What if Jason Trask and Fox Mulder had known each other as kids?
What if Superman had crash-landed in the Batcave after his encounter with the Nightfall asteroid?
Like a Blizzard Through the Night
Find out what happens when Lois and Clark find themselves stuck in a cabin in the mountains during a snow storm...
What if HG Wells' Soul Tracker had seriously malfunctioned and our favorite couple had found themselves transported inside an entirely different couple altogether? Let's say... a certain couple from Gotham City, for instance?
Nightmare in Metropolis
Lois has a close encounter of the chiroptera kind on Halloween night.
One Blinding Moment
A blind Superman asks Lois if he could spend the night at her place. What will she do?
Reversal of Fortune
What if Clark had been a rich man and Lex a small-time reporter? Would Lois still find her way to the man she's meant to be with?
Right Off the Bat
When the space station is suddenly sabotaged, Lois must team up with Clark to find the culprit, and it looks like it might be... Bruce Wayne?
A Sister Would Know
When she meets her sister's new work partner, Lucy discovers quite a few interesting things about him that Lois has yet to figure out.
Just when he had his back turned, she'd managed to throw herself right in the middle of trouble. This time would be the last. [WARNING: death fic]
Some silences can be absolutely deafening.
To Be Like Me
How would you feel if you had just discovered you could shoot lasers out of your eyes?
To Be Like Him
Finding out he could shoot lasers out of his eyes was just the first step on a long journey of self-discovery.
Truffles and Tribulations
When silver boxes hold more than just chocolate.
When You Wish Upon A...
Oh look, a shooting star! Or was that just Superman that Lois wished upon?
Whispers in the Key of Love (An L&C Fic in Three Acts)
A challenge lost leads to a date and words of love subtly whispered in the dark.
Wrestle Me This
A short revelation story in which a very drunk Lois challenges Clark to an arm wrestling match...
Wrestle Me That
In this sequel to "Wrestle Me This," a now sober Lois suddenly remembers the events of a certain Beer Night...
The Return of Mxyzptlk
Mxyzptlk returns to the third dimension to take revenge on Lois and Clark.
Nominated Best New Author 2008
Clark Kent's Biggest Secret (But Not That One!)
Clark Kent has a secret and Lois Lane is determined to figure it out. So one apartment break-in later, she's got her answer -- right? A continuation based on the last scene of the episode "The Ides of Metropolis."
A Friendly Little Game of One on One
Lois Lane thinks she can take on Clark Kent in a game of hoops. She's probably right.
It's Raining on Prom Night
Just how did Clark learn how to cut his invulnerable hair with his heat vision? An unfortunate haircut mistake on prom night has some comic and tragic repercussions for 16-year-old Clark Kent.
Picture Perfect Wedding...What?!?
When Martha calls Clark and demands he return home to retrieve an old photo album, both Lois and Clark's curiosities are running high. When they find themselves reliving a wedding that took places twenty-two years before the disastrous clone arc, the pieces fall smack into place.
Pretty, Pretty Clark
On a routine trip to Smallville, Lois and Clark have some adventures in babysitting and find out some rather remarkable things about their own feelings toward one another. Ficathon fic.
It's Secret Santa time at the Daily Planet! Lois, Jimmy and Perry have all been receiving lavish gifts, but Clark's desk remains empty, even as Christmas Eve rapidly approaches. But perhaps the best gifts are the ones that come in the most unexpected ways.
Something to Talk About
Malicious gossip leaves Lois angry and seething for revenge at the Daily Planet's 200th anniversary banquet. She's determined to show them that she could be just as feminine and sexy as the next girl. Her target? The unassuming Clark Kent.
An undercover investigation leads Lois Lane to play a high school student at Metropolis High. Too bad her fox of an English teacher thinks she's 17. Can a lonely teacher named Clark Kent and a headstrong journalist find love and overcome the odds and deception inherent in such a situation?
That Charming Smallville Hospitality
When 17-year-old Lois Lane finds herself stranded, alone in Nowheresville, commonly referred to as Smallville, Kansas, she is taken in by a kindly farmer, his wife and their lonely, 18-year-old son. And she absolutely can't wait to get back to the city... right?
A Vulnerable Night in Metropolis
An in-between scene for the episode "Lethal Weapon." After Clark bruised Lois, how did he deal with the guilt? This explores Lois and Clark's reactions to the tense scene.
War of the Heroes
Just when Clark Kent thought the road to Lois' heart was clear, a new man swings onto the scene. Peter Parker, more famously known as Spider-man, has taken a job at the Daily Planet and set his sights on Lois Lane. And that leaves one seriously ticked off Superman.
We Always Rewind the Best Part
She's doing it again. This time, Clark Kent can't stand it any longer. There's only so much a man can take, even a super man.
An evil scientist who was devoted to Lex Luthor blames Lois Lane for his idol's downfall and eventual death. So he decides to make her pay -- by kidnapping her and killing her clone ... to make friends and family think she is dead.
A Tribute to the Truth
A much older Lois Lane comes out of seclusion to write her most important story for the Daily Planet.
Young Lois, Ace Reporter
Her father has her future all decided -- that she'll follow in his footsteps with a career in medicine -- but 19-year-old Lois Lane pines to be a journalist.
Nominated Best New Author 2013
Lois and Clark have the perfect professional and personal relationship. However, when Detective Mayson Drake appears in their lives with a dangerous mission for Clark, Lois questions if that is the only thing on her agenda, or if driving them apart is her endgame.
Clark Gable He's Not
A night watching one of her favorite movies leaves Lois with some interesting thoughts.
Lois vents her frustration at the DVD "powers that be."
Are Lois's dreams being controlled by someone else? What's even more perplexing, could the one who is controlling her dreams be a dead man?
A tragic turn of events reveals a conspiracy that strikes at the heart of what Lois knew to be true about her life. A sequel to the author's "Night Terrors."
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
As Lois nears a point where she thinks she can confess her feelings for Clark, she finds that he has asked Mayson Drake to the Planet's Christmas party.
The Missing Cut
A "missing scene" from the end of the episode "Top Copy," which has Lois and Clark playing a game of chess.
Only a Dream
After their wedding, Lois and Clark have a dream of a reception.
Sardines a La Carte
Lois and Clark are going nowhere fast. A young relative of Clark's, Samantha, decides to get rid of the Scardino problem.
Season's Greeting - a Poem
A poem that describes the events in the episode "Season's Greedings."
Something Lost, Something Found
Clark discovers he has a long-lost relative, a young girl named Samantha.
What Happened After the Joke
Scenes that might have occurred after the ending of the episode "Return of the Prankster."
Like Putting On A Pair Of Glasses
A comedy vignette explaining the problems Clark encounters one day when he finds a big stain on his glasses.
When Everything Changed
A little episode of Lois & Clark where the couple has to investigate a murder. But this time things won't be the same... things will change.
The Day Tempus Swapped Superman
Tempus switches the Clark Kents of two very different universes.
Let the Future Be Theirs
A story that picks up from the episode "Lois and Clarks," after H.G. Wells tell the alternate Clark that finding *his* Lois might not be impossible after all.
A sentimental peek at Christmas-future with the Kent family.
The Terracotta Soldier
Lois and Clark receive a surprise gift. Meanwhile, their neighbours are treated to an interesting spectacle.
Things Go Bang in the Night
When Lois and Clark's only daughter, Amy, wakes up in the middle of the night and finds herself in trouble, who will save the family from peril?
A Yankee in King Arthur's Court
A short "who's who" story with a twist.
Nominated Best New Author 2005
The 54 - Long Goodbye
2,377 words (13Kb)
A long-time FoLC and prolific fanfic author bids farewell to the fandom via this final story, this swan song from his various muses. This story follows his other muse-centric tales, "When Muses Go Bad" and "Fellowship of the Fanfic."
A woman walks away from a plane crash with no other survivors and claims to be from Krypton. Clark decides to train her to use her powers for good, but Lois believes the woman is a threat to both their marriage and to Lois' very survival. A story set immediately following Season 4.
The Bro Code
570 words (3Kb)
Guys' night at Clark's place. Just for fun.
Choices and Consequences: Take One
Lois must make a choice between her children and her husband, and must live with the consequences of her choice. But are the consequences unalterable, or is someone more sinister working in the shadows?
Choice and Consequences: Take Two
Lois makes the other choice between her children and her husband, and must live with the consequences of her choice. But can these consequences be avoided, or is she doomed to live in pain? An immediate companion piece to "Choices and Consequences: Take One."
Choices and Consequences: Resolution
The choice has been made. The die is cast. But the results are not in. Can two self-sacrificing, unsung heroes save Lois from the consequences of her choice? A direct sequel to "Choices and Consequences: Take One and Take Two."
The Circle Squared
Clark Kent applies for a job at the Daily Planet, but Perry White doesn't have anything available. So he follows an attractive reporter to an interview and gets involved in Lex Luthor's latest schemes to make money and gain power. But things are not what they might seem...
The Cold Shoulder
In the episode "And The Answer Is," Lois survives being frozen by Superman with no lasting ill effects. In this alternate ending story, she experiences some severe side effects ... effects which change her relationship with Clark forever.
A Date With Superman's Daughter
686 words (4Kb)
The Kent's youngest daughter's suitor picks her up for their first official date and meets the family. He gets a little more than he initially bargained for.
The Disciplinary Hearing
3,067 words (17Kb)
Perry discovers something surprising about his most problematic employee that changes his whole perspective.
The End of an Era
Lex Luthor has been sentenced to be executed for his many and various crimes. What might his last thoughts be?
The End of the Matter
Alternate ending for Tank Wilson's "A Future Reborn." You probably shouldn't read this unless you've read Tank's two trilogies, because it won't make much sense.
The End of the Road
Clark and Lois continue to develop their friendship while each of them denies any romantic attachment to the other, all while Lois' relationship with Lex Luthor and Clark's relationship with Rebecca Connors continue to develop unevenly. The third story in the author's "Road" trilogy.
The Fellowship of the Fanfic
2,598 words (17Kb)
Terry's muses are at it again, and this time they're working together on a very special tale. Humorous crossover with Lord of the Rings, starring most of the major L&C characters.
Five-Word Challenge: Summer 2019
1,577 words (9Kb)
Response to summer challenge.
Further on Down the Road
After Lana Lang-Kent's death, both Lois and Clark must deal with the aftereffects of her loss. Their relationship is complicated by other people, a murder attempt, and some unique facets of their relationship. A direct sequel to "The Road Taken."
92,700 words (505Kb)
Sequel to the author's "She's." Clark doesn't know how to live in a world without Lois Lane until he meets a woman who has suffered her own devastating loss. Together, she and Clark grieve for their loved ones and grow closer along their journey to find healing.
119,412 words (675Kb)
Clark decides to reveal his secret identity to Lois before he proposes, but Lois feels betrayed and forces him out of Metropolis by threatening to reveal the secret to the world. Clark returns to Smallville to live and work, where he finds Rachel Harris waiting for him with an open heart. Now he must choose between the rural-hearted sheriff who loves him openly and the highly volatile city-bound reporter who may hate his very existence.
The Green, Green Haunting of Home
Kansas might never be the same for some people after Jason Trask's insanity invaded Smallville. Martha Kent helps Rachel Harris face the aftermath, and in so doing helps herself.
I Know a Secret
1,911 words (10Kb)
Teenaged Rachel Harris learns about Clark's powers -- but handles the knowledge with grace and maturity. Not quite canon, but no toys are damaged.
In Space, No One Can Hear You...
This little bit of weirdness was inspired by Clark's difficulty with Lois's rumaki.
Life and Death in the Other Lane
In a very alt-world, Lois Lane disappears from the Congo while chasing a story and is presumed to be dead. But when she suddenly reappears in Clark's life, she brings a hidden past and violence with her.
The Maysonry of Life
Lois's stunned silence in response to Clark's withdrawal of his declaration of love at the end of Season One was a reasonable response, but what if she'd reacted differently? What if she'd blown up at Clark and shoved him out of her life? What would Clark have done? How different might their relationship have been? Maybe -- just maybe -- it would have been as different as this.
A Normal Day
Lois and Clark are walking to work when they see something sitting on the sidewalk. They haven't seen whatever this is for so long, they don't quite recognize it. How will they deal with this new development?
Not the Years But the Moments
When Clark is shot during the events of the episode "That Old Gang of Mine," Lois decides that loving him is too dangerous and she forces them apart. But when Clark's parents are kidnapped and Clark is ordered to trade Lois' dead body for their safety, she decides to take an active role in their rescue and changes everything between them, including their future together. Set in season two and goes forward from there.
Jimmy goes to work one morning, but it's anything but a normal day. A L&C/Airplane!/Doctor Who/Sports Illustrated crossover.
Play Some Mountain Music
When Clark goes undercover at the Metro Club, he meets a beautiful brunette musician who intrigues him beyond the parameters of his investigation. But when he finds out that she's not quite who she claims to be, he decides to investigate Lois Lane in greater depth. An alternate beginning to the greatest love story in fiction.
After three years of hiding from the world, Clark decides to face justice for what he did to Bill Church. But what Lois thought would be a mere formality turns into a trial -- where Superman is accused of murder! Sequel to "The Masonry of Life."
The Road Taken
What might have happened to Clark if Lana Lang had accepted him despite his differences? How might their lives have turned out? How would Lois Lane have fit into his world? Maybe, it might have happened something like this story suggests.
In "And the Answer Is," Superman saved the day, bringing Lois back to life and back into Clark Kent's arms. But in this tragic rewrite, all Superman's powers aren't enough.
Standup and Be Counted
68,186 words (367Kb)
After Franklin Stern buys the Daily Planet, he has Perry fire Lois because she completely missed the story of Lex Luthor. But his real reason is to send Lois undercover with Clark to investigate Intergang.
72,824 words (388Kb)
Clark and Lois do not meet until Lex Luthor -- Lois' husband of five years -- has been indicted for his various and sundry crimes, and his wife Lois has agreed to testify against him in open court. But it will require Detective Clark Kent's determination and grit, along with his special abilities, to get her to the witness stand alive. An alternative beginning to our favorite couple's relationship.
That One Great Love
Clark Kent and Lois Lane were meant to be together. But what if each of them loved someone else before they met? An alternate beginning to this great love story.
An Unplayable Lie
Lois and Clark decide to take an afternoon off and play a round of golf. But the day quickly becomes less about the game and more about them. A short story set between Season 3 episodes "We Have a Lot to Talk About" and "Ordinary People."
Veterans of Foreign Wars
140,790 words (768Kb)
This is a recapping of the beginning of the partnership between Clark Kent and Lois Lane, told with a radically different backstory for the three main characters in the story. There is a major character death and some other surprises along the way. For the most part, though, the favorite toys go back into the box at the end, barring a few minor scratches.
The Werewolves of New Orleans
63,443 words (349Kb)
A frigid February sends Lois and Clark to New Orleans, Louisiana, ostensibly to write a simple travel piece on the Big Easy during Mardi Gras. But the mission Perry has actually sent them to perform -- investigate the murder of an old friend -- brings challenges the couple has never before faced.
When Death Comes Knocking, Punch Him in the Mouth
Lois is wrongly diagnosed with terminal cancer and decides to go out with a bang -- literally. Clark scrambles to find her before she does something which can't be fixed. Set at the end of Season 1.
When Muses Go Bad
Every writer gets ideas from some place. But some of those places are stranger than others.
The Wonder of Love
On their fifth anniversary, Clark and Lois find their marriage under attack from both without and within. External events put doubts in Lois' mind about whether she should really be Superman's wife. And another woman is trying to force a wedge between them -- but not just with her feminine wiles.
The Write Stuff
Lois scores a plum assignment covering the celebration surrounding the second anniversary of the colonists' arrival on the space station Prometheus. But a brutal murder wrecks her plans and puts her in the killer's sights. With Superman back on Earth, can Lois get the story without becoming the next victim?
You Will Know Fear
Lois is in mortal danger. Superman can't save her, so Clark is flying to the rescue. But will he arrive in time?
In this Lee, Debbie's first story, a series of strange events are taking place in Metropolis. Who is behind the mysterious happenings? If Clark is to find out, he must pass all the tests ahead of him.
Clark's request for a picture of Lois gives her a hint of his feelings for her. A pre-relationship, "first season" story.
To Be or Not To Be - Mrs. Kent
Lois struggles with one of the biggest decisions of her life. (A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is ... ")
In this Elseworld story, Lara Kent is grieving the loss of her husband. Is it possible for her to find true love again?
Ketsia J. Lerebours
Calling a Spade, a Spade...
Cassandra Hathaway, with full magical powers restored, attempts to use Lois to make Clark do her bidding. A sequel to "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best ... Medicine." A multiauthored story by Ketsia Lerebours and G. Hernandez.
I Now Pronounce You Husband and Wife
It's Lois and Clark's wedding day, and there's nary a villain in sight.
Lex Luthor Strikes Back
Lex Luthor fakes his death, escapes from prison, and then kidnaps Lois right before her wedding to Clark. Can Superman save her? Will they make it to the church on time?
Lois' dreams of passion with Superman somehow end up making her think of Clark.
Nominated Best New Author 2001
Bolt, From Dubuque
In this alt-world take on the episode "Bolt From the Blue," plain old Kevin Jones is involved in an incident which helps to inspire the creation of our favourite superhero.
Lois Lane decides to take her prudent partner on a new, exciting adventure, but Clark Kent has a surprise in store for her.
The Dawn of Discovery
As Lois and Clark's fifteen-year-old son Jon works his way through a shocking discovery about himself and his parents, he learns what it really means for a father to be a hero to his son.
After Clark accepts her proposal at the end of the episode "Ultrawoman," Lois reflects on what being with Clark forever means.
76,787 words (423Kb)
When something causes the Kent family's superpowers to disappear, they suddenly find themselves in sticky situations. They will need to rely on their ingenuity, and have a little help from their friends, to get themselves home safe and get things back to normal. But will they be able to do that before the criminal element realizes what happened?
In this next installment of the "Dawn of Discovery" series, red kryptonite finds its way to Gotham City, wreaking havok with the resident superheroes, just as a big movie about the Man of Steel is released. Meanwhile, Laura Kent is confronted by growing feelings for her best friend and questions about how he might react if he knew her darkest secrets.
How I Spent My Summer Vacation
In this charming, must-read sequel to the author's "Dawn of Discovery," Clark's youngest son CJ interns as "Robin" for his dad's friend, Batman, in Gotham City. While there, he learns the ups and downs of being a superhero, dealing with another identity, and trying to hide his secret identity from the new love of his life. How would he have ever guessed that being a superhero could be so complicated?
I'll Be You For Christmas
The whole Kent family gets into the act in this Christmas tale that continues the "Dawn of Discovery" series.
It Runs in the Family
When you're 15 years old, sometimes it seems like the whole world is against you. Laura Kent, mild-mannered high school student-to-be, knows that all too well, especially after learning about her family heritage. But she is about to discover that some of the toughest challenges can lead to the biggest successes.
Meet Sam Wayne
In this installment of the "Dawn of Discovery" series, CJ Kent, fresh out of college and recently home from his honeymoon, is ready to enter the real world with a couple new jobs waiting for him in Gotham City. He quickly finds out that his new life will be different, and much more difficult, than he had bargained for.
Lois Lane prides herself on her ability to easily extract complex details from seemingly unimportant sources or pieces of evidence on her quest to discover the truth; however, when it comes to a certain "hack-from-Nowheresville," she avoids looking beneath his nerdy, farm boy charm, focusing her analytical skills solely on the enigmatic superhero in red and blue. However, following an accident, she gains a special power that every reporter wishes they had. What will she discover about Metropolis' resident hero, and what will that mean for Clark?
My Other Secret Identity
Lois Lane finds out that her mysterious masked companion at a costume party isn't exactly who she thought he was.
In this fourth installment of the C. Leuch's new generation series, Metropolis' superheroes are faced with a deadly threat against their family and betrayal as loyalties are tested to the limit.
When she finally meets her son CJ's girlfriend, Lois takes an instant liking to Jenny, most likely because she has Lois's nose for journalism -- and trouble. The two women soon find themselves in over their heads in a local university scandal, and with his dad and brother tending to superhero duties out of the country, it's up to CJ to save his mom and girlfriend. The third story in the author's "Dawn of Discovery" series.
The Real Me
He's starting to realize that if he wants a real relationship with Lois Lane, then she deserves to know who he really is.
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A simple burglary sends Jonathan Kent back in time to 1997, where he has to balance his desire to help with his fear of messing up his future. It's up to the extended Kent family, and some friends from their superpowered social club, to bring him home, if they can.
Rhapsody in a Blue Sky
Life is hard for an 18-year-old. Especially if you're Clark Kent. But one day, he discovers he can fly, and his life takes a turn for the better. And so he discovers that life maybe isn't all that bad after all...
One FoLC's personal and poignant reflections on the tragic events of September 11th. Be advised that this story explores the events of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in some detail.
Shades of Gray
In this Elseworlds story Lois, a private investigator, is haunted by past memories. Her meeting with Clark will change their lives forever. They both learn that sometimes things aren't black or white but a shade of gray.
Lois Lane finds out that sometimes the truth lies in a smile.
Clark and Lois discover that soul mates often bond earlier than they might imagine in this waffy vignette.
Season's Greedings (Cont.)
A continuation of the episode "Season's Greedings" in which Clark surprises Lois with a trip to an outdoor ice-skating rink. A multiauthored story by Diane Levitan and Perri Smith.
Family ... Ties
How will Lois and Clark ever have a child? And just where did that baby come from anyway? A story that picks up from the series finale, "Family Hour."
Nominated Best New Author 2010
Just why did Clark leave Borneo? And how did he end up in Metropolis?
Finding the Way Up
Six months after the events in the fanfic "One Way Down" Clark still has some practicing to do.
Just a Peek
A chance look offers Lois a peek into Clark's secrets in a vignette from the episode "The Rival."
One Way Down
Clark discovers his most amazing ability yet.
Snapshots of Lois' Christmases in the first three seasons and how her relationship with a certain Kryptonian evolves. Written for the holiday season 2008/2009 Ficathon.
Lois knows Clark's secret, and they seem to be an item, but Lois notices that Clark is emotionally and physically distancing himself from her. While she agonizes over the problem, Martha calls to lend a sympathetic ear.
Compromises & Reunions
Discussing the constant stream of interruptions that play havoc with their quality time, Lois had jokingly suggested to her fiance that they move in together. Now all they have to do is make room in Clark's apartment for Lois' furniture -- and overcome their shyness and frayed nerves.
A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is..." that has Lois upset with the order in which Clark chose to make his declarations.
Lois answers Clark's proposal with a revelation, then they go to his apartment to talk things over. A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is ..."
A L&C Short
A discussion about Clark's cooking leads to a playful tussle on the couch.
A Short Revelation
Clark finds he can't tell Lois his big secret, so he decides instead to show her.
Clark Kent has his own way of doing just about everything. And as his wife discovers, that even includes a unique way of stealing the covers.
Under the Sea
When Lois asks Clark about an unusual object she finds on his bookshelf, he spins the story of where he found it: under the sea, in the city of New Atlantis -- where it was given to him by a mermaid. This humorous story was written in response to Debby Stark's "fiction idea" challenge.
Lois and Clark try to spend some time alone together but find it so difficult that it may be a job for Superman. The weekend starts off on a crowded note when the Kents, making a surprise early-morning visit to Clark's apartment, find that the surprise is on them.
Nine Months of Life or Death
Lois' life is threatened by her pregnancy, and the only way Clark can save her is to transfer his powers to her.
Nominated Best New Author 2015
The Trump Card
What if in that moment where Lois Lane confessed her love to Superman she had a trump card?
The Biggest Change of My Life
This short viginette describes how one simple statement from her father could affect Lara Kent's life in ways she never imagined.
A Family United
This story is a touching vignette about a child's encounter with an important stranger.
The Journey of New Krypton
Lois and Clark ponder their separation during Clark's visit to and return from New Krypton.
A Love That Was Meant To Be
After a fatal mistake by Clark, Lois and Clark's relationship is thrown into jeopardy. How will their relationship ever survive?
One Life to Choose
After Lois's reported death, Clark decides to start a new relationship. Are Lois and Clark destined to be together?
Alone at Last
An alternate ending to the episode "AKA Superman" in which the guests at the surprise birthday party get more surprise than they bargained for.
Laughter Through Tears
Lois gives in to her emotional side when she thinks she and Clark won't be able to have children.
REALLY Alone at Last
Guests at Clark's surprise birthday party refuse to take the hint that what he really wants is to be alone with Lois. An alternate ending to the episode "AKA Superman."
That Clark of Mine
A story that begins in the middle of the second-season episode "That Old Gang of Mine," just after Clark is shot by a gangster and "dies." Perry gives Lois a shoulder to cry on, and she confesses a secret.
Lois's Sweet Revenge
A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is..." in which Lois hatches a plot to make Clark squirm a little for not revealing himself as Superman.
Season's Greedings (Just 10 Minutes More, Please)
A continuation of the episode "Season's Greedings" -- what happened between Lois and Clark after listening to the Christmas carolers.
What if when Lois challenged him, Clark had verbally let her know that he had taken it on? A semi-rewrite of one of the scenes of the Pilot episode.
In the aftermath of September 11, Clark's two personas collide -- what will be the price?
Partnership, Friendship & Love...
A poem dedicated to the story of Lois and Clark's relationship...
Lois & Clark Meet Back to the Future: Chapter 1
Tempus kidnaps Lois, taking her to the future, and H.G. Wells arrives to help Clark begin to save the day.
Lois and Clark Meet Back to the Future, Chapter 2
In the next chapter in this continuing story, Clark and Wells search for Lois in the future and are surprised at what they find there.
On New Krypton, Clark devises a way to give the New Kryptonians what they want so he can get what he wants -- a return ticket to Earth.
Kelly K. Lobdell
Lois weighs her alternatives and even makes a special list before coming up with an answer for Clark in this continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is ..."
Quiz for the Fanfic List
A humorous "Cosmo"-type quiz to help you determine what type of fanfic author you are or would be.
Lois and Clark, married five years, are still struggling to have a child and dealing with the pain of the agonizing process.
One Mistake: Part 1
The appearance of an old friend causes sparks to fly. Part 1 of a 3-part series.
One Mistake: Part 2
Subtitled "It's Over," this story picks up where "One Mistake" left off. Part 2 of a 3-part series.
One Mistake: Part 3
After a foolish mistake causes drastic changes in the life of Lois and Clark, a more serious threat enters their lives. Part 3 of a 3-part series, this story is subtitled "Together."
A Sign of Your Love
Even if Lois and Clark had been born in the Regency England era, romance would still bloom.
Some unexpected news threatens the harmony in Lois and Clark's personal life and erodes their mutual trust.
The Absent-Minded Superhero
Clark's duties as Superman cause him to forget something very important.
During a boring weekend, Lois and Clark make a bet with embarrassing stakes for the loser.
Lana Lang is anxious to attend Lois and Clark's wedding, but Lois isn't so anxious for Clark's ex-girlfriend to do that.
A Night at the Metropolis Sewage Reclamation Facility
This is an extension to the episode "Neverending Battle." Lois Lane gets sent on a wild goose chase.
Lois volunteers for something she later regrets.
Lois Lane Wanna Be
It's not the ring that makes her engagement, and Lois knew it. This story also makes up for her answer to the question, "Invisible or Fly?"
Hers Today, Mine Tomorrow and Forever
In this short scene during Season 2, Lois babbles to the one person who always listens, no matter what.
If You Just Believe
A magical Christmas for Lois and Clark ends with a special dance and a heartfelt confession.
In the Middle of the Pouring Rain I
Sometimes you just need a storm before the calm.
In the Middle of the Pouring Rain II: Revelations
Letting go of the past is just as important as embracing the present: a lesson Lois and Clark needed to learn with each other.
Lois Lane Wannabe
What if a teenager "dropped" into Lois and Clark's life instead of a baby at the end of the fourth season? This story shows how the power of family is stronger than being alone.
The Mysteries of a Diamond Mine
In this second season vignette, Lois discovers that sometimes help can come in the simplest of forms.
How can Clark go on knowing he was too late? This short WHAM piece explores that reaction.
The Planet's newest employee, who is copyperson and all-around gopher, makes it her mission to steer Dan Scardino away from Lois Lane.
An Afternoon in the Life of a Working Mom
How would Lois juggle work, house and kids in the absence of her husband?
Lois gets a Superman exclusive. Or does she? A response to the April 2013 Comedy Challenge. Set in the middle of Season 1.
Picking up from the end of the episode "Lucky Leon," this story explores what might have happened had Mayson lived.
At the Airport
In this vignette, a wait at the airport allows some time for people-watching.
A good friend of Clark's comes up with a plan to get Lois to notice him ... she's going to pretend to be Clark's girlfriend!
Diary of The Princess Elana: The Rescue
A chance encounter leads Clark into trouble when he meets... Well, why don't we let her tell you herself? ;)
What is Lois mad about?
Late Night Chats
Clark's away on business, and he and Lois have a 'virtual' conversation.
After Clark's departure to New Krypton, Lois found herself writing him a letter. This is the contents of that letter. A vignette set in the same universe as the author's "Thanksgiving."
Letters From New Krypton
An ordinary man fighting on New Krypton, Clark writes letters to Lois, reflecting on his wartime experiences and how they have changed him. A multiauthored story by Lote and Jon Wolff (The Hawk and The Wolf).
A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale: To Kiss A ...
A LnC/Fairy Tale story. As Princess Lois is growing up, the mystical ball she received for her 10th birthday has a bigger impact on her life than she ever would have imagined.
Reflections on a moonlit beach of a life shared with love, in this poignant deathfic.
Prelude To An Auction
Lois set out the bait for the green-eyed monster when she joined the auction in the episode "When Irish Eyes are Killing." Clark took the bite in hopes of getting her out of the auction list, or did he just set himself up further into the trap?
Strangers and Friends
After years of corresponding Lois finally meets her pen pal CJ and eventually discovers his true identity. What barriers do they need to overcome? Will their relationship survive? (This version of the story is revised and expanded with new new material and consolidates the previous three parts.) A multiauthored story by Lote and Jon Wolff (The Hawk and The Wolf).
Clark had left for New Krypton, and as time passed by, the hope of his return grew dimmer. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Lois tried to organize a dinner to show her appreciation of the people still with her and in remembrance of Clark who was far away.
The Wild Rose
In this Medieval Elseworld story, Lois rescues a stranger who has collapsed at her doorstep, an event that leads her to the discovery of love, lies, betrayals, and ultimately, her identity.
Lois and Clark share a warm family moment with their baby son in this vignette.
Working undercover at her alma mater, Lois reevaluates her life while struggling to confront issues brought about by her last investigation.
All the Pieces Fit!
Sometimes answers are right in front of our eyes and we don't see them. For Lois, the clues have always been there, but somehow they didn't fit ... until today!
Love Me Back to Life
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Set right after the episode "Lucky Leon," Clark is left reeling over the fact that his kiss with Lois resulted in his failure to save Mayson Drake's life. Fearing he may never be able to reconcile the two halves of himself, he begins to spiral. As Lois watches her partner come apart, she makes a last-ditch effort to save him by taking him on a road trip for a story investigation that doesn't exist. A multi-authored story by Sara Kraft and lovetvfan.
After a car accident threatens Lois' life, Clark feels an urgency to share his secret with her.
Seeing the Light
Superman's keeping two secrets from the world, but only one from Lois Lane. Could one secret betray the other to her?
Nominated Best New Author 2002
An Agony of Silence
What if, instead of that fateful car drive at the end of the episode "That Old Gang of Mine," Clark had decided to let Lois in on a bit of truth about himself?
And Then They Kissed
A short fic about what might have happened if Clark hadn't been quite so clueless in the episode "Resurrection," and if Dan had given Lois and Clark just a bit more time alone together.
Could Not Ask for More
Lois doesn't understand why Clark is pulling away from their friendship, even if she is marrying Lex. Is there any way she can keep his friendship? And what's this about him being...Superman?
Growing Up Super
Emily Kent has it rough. First, her powers are coming in... and they're uncontrollable. Then, she and her brother are sent to Smallville for safety while her parents are on a dangerous assignment, and Emily keeps getting into fights with the school bully. Nobody ever said it was easy being Superman's daughter!
A Letter is Worth a Thousand Words
Lois is about to marry Lex Luthor, and nothing Clark seems to say will stop her. Is there any way he can convince her of his love in time? And will she change her mind?
A Little Off the Top
After overhearing Lois's opinion of his haircut, Clark decides to go for a more fashionable look to see if he can impress her. The results are a little more dramatic than he expected.
Path to the Congo
Glimpses of the young lives of Lois, Clark, and Lex Luthor show the path that leads them to their inevitable meeting -- in the Congo.
Seeing the Best of You
Lois is dating Clark and is having difficulty coming to terms with her feelings for Superman. A multiauthored story by Sarah Luddy and Kaylle.
A Single Valentine's Day
It's Valentine's Day! Which means it's time for Lois and Clark to tiptoe around each other, each wishing the other would only return their love. Now, if we could just get them together, perhaps with a bit of alcohol...
A Spinning Revelation
Without enough sleep, even a superhero can forget there's a secret he's supposed to be keeping.
Sugarplums for Lois
Lois is determined to get into the spirit of the Christmas holiday by decorating the townhouse as a surprise for Clark, but she finds a few snags along the way.
Lois's eyes widened. Clark was kissing Mayson? That...that rat! The nerve of him! Of course, it wasn't like *she* wanted to kiss him...but still, he shouldn't be kissing other women. And Mayson! What poor taste.
Undercover at Bureau 39
Lois, a new reporter at the Daily Planet, has gotten wind of a secret government agency called Bureau 39. When she goes undercover at the agency, where else does she get assigned to but Smallville, Kansas, where a strange meteor shower happened twenty-five years ago... An Alternate Beginnings Story.
No One But the Sky
What if Superman hadn't been able to "fix" Clark in the episode "That Old Gang of Mine"? What other ideas could Lois and Clark come up with to keep their partnership alive?
The Darkness Within
Clark Kent becomes trapped in a world where the dark Lord Kal-El has left Metropolis in tatters, and Lois running for her life. Clark must find a way to correct a horrible wrong and bring Luthor to justice.
Lois and Clark's children are captured by New Kryptonians and must fight for their lives with some newfound friends.
Nominated Best New Author 2004
The Butterfly Legacy
His job gone with the destruction of the Daily Planet and Lois about to marry Lex Luthor, Clark Kent finds himself at a crossroads. The future, once so bright, now seems to hold nothing but pain. When an earthquake brings him to a remote village deep in the Andes jungle, can he find a new life ... as Superman?
After Clark's worst nightmare nearly comes true, he's forced to face a most unexpected enemy: himself. Will it cost him everything he holds dear? Warning: this story contains some violent scenes.
A long drive and a sentimental song help Lois and Clark to come to a momentous decision.
Save Me, Superman
Beginning with the premise put forth in the Lois and Clark episode "That Old Gang of Mine," this story presumes that Clark Kent was not found by Superman and revived. Instead, Lois and his friends believe that his death was real, and Lois deals with her subsequent emotions. Two weeks after the fateful night, in a desperate need to see Clark one more time, Lois turns to a videotape where she discovers some important truths.
Starwood in Aspen
What if Lois and Clark hadn't made up after she slammed the door in his face in Lucky Leon? Eight weeks down the road, they're both dating other people, but there's a yearning between them which remains unsatisfied. But have they lost their chance at love?
Super Santa Claus Man
Five-year-old Emma Kent comes to learn that her parents are hiding some pretty big secrets when she witnesses a shocking interlude between her mother and a man in a big red suit.
Voted Best New Author 2011
After the Fall
How does Clark handle the emotional and psychological aftermath of his having killed Nor?
Shortly after Clark becomes Superman, he has to deal with the aftermath of a particularly disturbing crime.
Anything for You
What happens when college students would do anything for Superman?
The Bedtime Story
Clark tells his son a bedtime story about Superman.
The Big Secret
This vignette takes place in the middle of the second season.
The Birthday Surprise
Lois thought she was going to give Clark a surprise; little did she know that the tables would soon be turned.
Brief Story: A Lois & Clark/New 52 Crossover of Sorts
A discussion with Dr. Klein gives Clark hope that he and Lois might be able to have children after all, provided that he make a simple change.
The Butterfly Effect
How did the rock that Clark kicked in the pilot episode save the world?
The Case of the Flying Man
When Tempus meets Jack the Ripper, it is the end of Utopia. An L&C / Sherlock Holmes crossover.
A game of charades proves awkward for Clark.
Clark is angsting over how to tell Jimmy about himself. When Clark rejects all of Lois' serious suggestions, she comes up with a humorous one.
On his first anniversary married to Lois, Clark writes her a card.
Clark's Lament: A Filk
A filk to be sung to the tune of "The Man on the Flying Trapeze."
A Conundrum, or A Night Out
What is unusual about this story?
Lois and Clark must deal with their younger son's diagnosis of autism. This story is a prequel to the author's "Echolalia."
A Dirty Story
Why does my muse keep giving me dirty stories?
When a spaceship lands in Shuster's Field, Jonathan and Martha Kent get more than they bargained for.
Down in the Dumps?
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Romance can be found in the most unlikely places. (This story was written in response to the first weekly 2021 Kerth challenge.)
Dr. Friskin's Letter
Dr. Friskin learns more about Superman than he ever intended she know.
What do Superman, pumpkins and light switches have in common, and can Superman help someone he's never even met?
A Few Frivolities
An olio of amusements. Pure fluff.
The Final Piece of the Puzzle
Clark commences Operation Puzzle Piece to restore Lois' confidence in her investigative abilities after her disastrous near-wedding to Luthor. But he also has a hidden agenda...
The First Fanfic
Lois has just posted her first fanfic to a Star Trek message board. What sort of feedback will she receive?
Fractured Proverbs for Fanfic Authors
Ben Franklin would roll over in his grave...
From the Outside
What could a clumsy nine-year-old boy possibly have in common with Superman? A companion piece to "Looking In." (This story will make a lot more sense if you read "Looking In" first.)
Lois wonders how much she could really contribute to a partnership and possible marriage with Clark "Superman" Kent. An adaptation of the episode "We Have a Lot To Talk About."
If you understand this story, you are probably a geek...
Lois and Clark find the perfect Christmas presents for each other ... Or do they?
Gofer No More?
The Daily Planet is starting up again under the auspices of Franklin Stern. Will its new birth permit Jimmy to realize his dream of becoming a reporter?
GoldiLois and the Three Bears
Can Lois find something that's juuuuust right? A response to the Fairy Tales Fiction Challenge.
A Hair-Razing Experience
Clark can give himself a good haircut now, but that wasn't always the case. How did teenage-Clark learn to deal with his newly invulnerable hair?
Hitting Close to Home
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Lois is able to defend herself against the worst Metropolis can throw at her, but what can she do when her attacker is her own son?
Lois' agreement to marry Clark sets in motion a series of unforeseen events culminating in Clark's arrest.
A Lois and Clark haiku.
If I Were Superman
Not your typical Mary Sue story.
If Looks Could Kill
Did Clark cause Lois' death? A graveside rumination. (WHAM warning)
If Wishes Were Programs
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When Tempus and Mxyzptlk meet, what could possibly go wrong?
If Wishes Were Programmes
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What could possibly go wrong when Tempus meets Mxyzptlk? This story was written in response to the fourteenth 2021 Kerth challenge.
In a Very Alternate Universe
The onset of young Clark's powers proves to be his undoing.
Invisible or Fly?
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What if Clark had answered differently the "Invisible or Fly" question that Lois posed in the episode "I'm Looking Through You"?
Irony of Ironies
Tempus learns that even when it comes to irony, there can be too much of a good thing.
It's Not Easy Seeing Green
Clark is given a gift via his young daughter, but things are not always as they appear.
Lois and Clark are married and have two sons, Jerome and Todd, the latter of whom is severely affected by autism. This story recounts Jerome's wedding as seen through Todd's eyes. This is the fourth story in the author's next-gen series. The first three stories, in chronological plot order, are "The Diagnosis," "The Not-So-Great-Escape," and "Echolalia."
The July 4th Costume Party
Someone shows up oddly dressed at The Daily Planet's costume party. Just what is the costume supposed to be?
Just an Ordinary Day
After the failed attempt on Spencer Spencer's Island, Clark tries again to have an un-super day.
A 'Just So' Bedtime Story
While Clark is off being Superman, Lois tells their children a bedtime story.
A seven word answer to the "Shortest LnC Story Ever" challenge. (Tank ending)
Letting the Cat Out of the Bag -- or Not
Cat's musings on seeing Superman for the first time.
The Lingering Night
How do subsequent generations in an alternate universe perceive the events of Nightfall? Note: This story was in response to the EVIL challenge which was posted on a Lois and Clark message board.
Little Boy Blue
Clark finds it a super-challenge to balance the responsibilities of being a super-hero and being a father. Will his relationship with his son survive the strain?
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures in the Twilight Zone: Summer Ficathon
Lois Lane receives a package that will change Clark Kent's life forever... Or does she?
Lois' first anniversary card to Lois. A companion story to Clark's Card.
Lois Lane (with apologies to Sir Paul McCartney)
A filk based on the song "Penny Lane."
The Lookalike Agent's Tale
Sammy, the man who ran the lookalike agency in the episode "That Old Gang of Mine," tells of his encounter with Superman. This story is in response to the "Canterbury Tales of Metropolis" challenge.
What could a clumsy nine-year-old boy possibly have in common with Superman?
Clark thinks about his past and contemplates his future while sitting beside Lois' grave. This story is more introspective than it is emotional, so it isn't too WHAMmy.
The Naming of Cats
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Why is it so important to Clark that he name Lois's new cat? An expansion and continuation of the Lois & Clark episode "Lucky Leon."
No Place Like Home
This super-short vignette picks up where the series finale left off...or does it?
The Not-So-Great Escape
For a change, Lois is not the one fleeing. This story is part of a series, but you don't need to read the other stories to understand this one. This story takes place after "The Diagnosis" and before "Echolalia."
On Plot Reuse, or Maybe Four Seasons Were Enough
This story is a projection of what a season five episode might have been like, given the increasing reliance on plot reuse and ever-more-unbelievable plot lines in seasons three and four.
Once Upon a Time
A super-short ficlet in response to the "Kiss Me Quick" first line challenge on the Lois & Clark message board.
One Leg at a Time
A letter to the editor of the Daily Planet to express concern over public reaction to Superman.
The Panhandler's Tale
Whatever became of that homeless fellow to whom Clark gave five dollars in the pilot? This story is a response to "The Canterbury Tales Challenge" on lcficmbs.com.
The Purloined Paintings
A month ago, Lois disappeared while chasing a lead on stolen artwork. What happened to her defies belief.
A Recipe for Disaster
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Lois tries her hand at cooking macaroni and cheese.
Revelations, or What Clark Should NOT Do
Ten things that Clark should NOT do to reveal his big secret to Lois.
Barry's thoughts on first learning about Superman. A super-short fic written for the 2014 fund-raiser for the Lois & Clark message board.
Rumpelstiltskin a la Lois and Clark; a response to the Fairy Tale Fiction Challenge.
The Runaway's Tale (Jack's Story)
How much did Jack know, and when did he know it? This story is a response to "The Canterbury Tales Challenge" on lcficmbs.com.
The (Semi-)Annual Safety Seminar
Lois and Clark are forced to endure what might just be the world's most boring seminar. How do they cope?
The Shortest Distance
Flying is easy; navigating is a lot harder.
Sic Transit Ralph's Pagoda
What's the owner of Ralph's Pagoda going to do when the Board of Health closes his restaurant?
The Slumlord's Tale
Clark's landlord recounts their first meeting. This story is in response to the "Canterbury Tales of Metropolis" challenge.
Why did Lois choose to buy such uncomfortable sofas?
Tempus meets his soul mate -- or does he?
A special edition of the Daily Planet reveals Clark Kent to be Superman. What will Lois do when she sees it?
A mood piece written for the Summer Ficathon challenge issued on the lcficmbs.com message boards; the prompt was "summertime blues."
The Talk, Kryptonian Style
No, this isn't *that* talk. After all, this is a G-rated story. It's the *other* talk... The one only a Kryptonian father will have with his half-Kryptonian son.
In a tapsalteerie universe...
Ten Excuses Clark Should NOT Tell Lois
Clark has come up with some pretty lame excuses on the show. Here is a top ten list of new excuses he really should NOT try to use on Lois.
Thanksgiving Games: A Ficathon Story
When Lois spends Thanksgiving with Clark and his parents, she realizes two things: What a Thanksgiving should be like, and that she wants more than just a friendship with Clark. Will their Thanksgiving together help move things along?
That Old Clone of Mine
New twists abound in this episode adaption of "That Old Gang of Mine," and Lois and Clark will have new realities to face because of them. How will they make it through?
Thoughts on Facebook
What would the main characters of "Lois & Clark" think of Facebook? A super short written for the 2014 fund-raiser for the Lois & Clark message board.
The Top Ten Lois & Clark-ified Sayings
Words for superheroes (and others) to live by...
The Top Ten Martha's Mommisms
Ten things Martha might have said to young Clark.
Three Guess Who's Talking Challenge Responses
These three vignettes are in response to the "Guess Who's Talking" challenge.
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures in the Twilight Zone: Summer Ficathon
Lois Lane receives a package that will change Clark Kent's life forever... Or does she?
What will happen when Tempus, upon observing Ultra Woman take flight, decides to transfer Superman's powers to himself?
Whatever Happened to Mad Dog Lane?
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At her retirement party, Lois passes along some words of wisdom to the next generation of reporters. This story was written in response to the eighth 2021 weekly Kerth challenge.
When an Irresistible Force...
The vampire Janette plans to dine on a certain Daily Planet reporter. A Lois and Clark/Forever Knight crossover.
Why The Daily Planet's Circulation Is Down
A conversation at a newsstand reveals why one customer is no longer buying copies of The Daily Planet as often as he used to.
With Apologies to Female Hawk
When the author's muse refuses to give her a birthday fic for Female Hawk (Corrina), she decides to take matters into her own hands.
The Worst April Fools' Prank
Lois' practical joke on Lucy goes horribly awry.
You Are Different
Lois writes a letter to Clark describing how he is different from everyone else.