Abraham and Issac--Vickie Moseley--70K
Mulder's severe head injury shakes loose some memories about his father and his part in the conspiracy.
1998 Award:Best Short Story (VINTAGE).

Almost Midnight--Brandon D. Ray--182K
Fox Mulder and Tara Scully team up to solve a mutual problem, and find themselves swept up in an X-File.

Bokor Holiday--Cheryl Cohen--44K
Mulder takes it upon himself to save Scully from a voodoo curse,but ends up needing saving himself.

Born on the Bayou--Laurie D. Haynes--53K
Mulder and Scully are sent to Southwest Louisiana to help on some murder/dismemberment cases. But it's an X-File, too, because rumor is it might be the work of the legendary cat people, who live in the swampland forests of the area.

Breath of Heaven--Vickie Moseley--47K
A Christmas miracle, and the promise of another yet to come. Just so no one is offended, Christian overtones.

Death Will Be Our Darling--Deborah Goldstein--527K
Mulder gets carjacked, and after recovering enough to go back to temporary desk work doing profiles, finds out he's better than ever--which has it's own problems--and that certain people don't appreciate that.
1998 Award:Best Medical MulderTorture Story(VINTAGE).

The Fight--Vickie Moseley--33K
When Mulder loses his memory after a fight with Scully, does she really want him to remember what happened?

Follow The Leader--Jo-Ann Lassiter--98K
When an informant offers Skinner a piece of vital information that must be obtained at any cost, the X-Files agents strive to prevent that cost being the AD's life.

Fugitive--Danielle Culverson--55K
A car accident in which he loses his memory causes a crisis of conscience for Mulder.

Lovely Warm Thoughts--Susan Proto--58K
One of Mulder's most frightening foes returns to torture Mulder some more, because it's the thing he likes to do best, and because he can.

Moving On--Vickie Moseley--31K
Mulder has to clean out his father's house and gets an unexpected visit.

Mulder's Pot of Gold--Doriane Scott--68K
Is it really Leprechauns robbing New York? Or can it be something even more unbelievable? (this is not a comedy piece)

A Multitude of Heavenly Hosts--Vickie Moseley--119K
Mulder and Scully encounter their Guardian Angels and the conspiracy gets mixed up in there, too.

People Are Strange--Vickie Moseley--33K
Mulder, Scully, and the Doors. But it's not your normal song fic.

Preserving the Future--Laurie D. Haynes--33K
A fill-in-the-blank story running from the hallway scene to the very end of the movie. Mulder torture, of course. Scully torture thrown in free.

Shapes of Life--Frances Hayman--53K
Triangle post episode. Skinner and the Gunmen vow to help Scully with Mulder, but how much help are they, really?

Something to Remember--Vickie Moseley--51K
Mulder is the only person who can tell Skinner where to find Scully--but he can't remember anything about his life.

A Step Out Of Time--Jo-Ann Lassiter--179K
Mulder and Scully travel to Boston to assist the local field office with a series of murders, and to work with one of Mulder's former colleagues from the VCS. While there, Mulder encounters an agent he knew from Quantico--and before--and whose favorite sport is Spooky-bashing. Mulder and Scully, meanwhile, try valiantly to retain their emotional distance even while they're being drawn closer together.

Stitches in Time--Vickie Moseley--48K
Third person observation of Mulder's gunshot wound and hospital stay.
1998 Award:Best First Person Story(CURRENT).

Tempest--Missy Pennington--260K
Mulder and Scully survive a plane crash to find themselves injured and stranded in the Appalachian wilderness.

Thunder in the Air--Tasha Abrams--137K
Released back into society, Monty Propps begins a campaign of violence against the man responsible for imprisoning him. But when they begin their investigation, a new threat arises against Mulder and Scully. Sometimes, the faceless monster isn't the only one you should fear.

Unto Which of the Angels--Vickie Moseley--76K
Christmas story. Mulder has to deal with angels.

What =Really= Happened II: Demons Aftermath--Deborah Goldstein--55K
The title says it all, but the ending is up for grabs. Not a sequel to "What =Really= Happened I."

What =Really= Happened II Revisited--Deborah Goldstein--68K
This is "What =Really= Happened II--Demons Aftermath" with a different ending. This version is NOT a death story. In fact, it has a rather happy ending, although probably not what you were expecting. This is not a sequel to "What =Really= Happened I."

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