mijan: (Kirk/McCoy: I've got you)
Title: “No Man’s Land
Authors: [profile] gone_ashore and [personal profile] mijan
Rating: R
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Word Count: 10,882 for part 5.
Warnings: Triggery. References to alien experimentation, graphic descriptions, mpreg.
Summary: A mission gone wrong puts Jim at the wrong end of alien observation, captive to a species that uses him as a lab rat. Helpless and defenseless for nearly a week, the Antosians break him down physically and mentally. After his rescue, he slowly starts to recover, until one unrealized part of the Antosians' handiwork turns his life upside down. and threatens to destroy him.

Notes: This might surprise you, but neither of the authors particularly like most mpreg. So, why are we writing it? Because we wanted to turn the trope on its head. This is a subtle, complex look at the physical and psychological ramifications of forced pregnancy on a male through biomedical experimentation. The characters are not throwing a baby shower.

This is cross-posted between my journal and [profile] gone_ashore’s journal. Feel free to read either here, or on [profile] gone_ashore’s journal, here.

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Part 5 )
mijan: (To Boldly Go...)
Title: “No Man’s Land
Authors: Gone_ashore and Mijan
Rating: R
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Word Count: 11,926 for part 4.
Warnings: Triggery. References to alien experimentation, graphic descriptions, mpreg.
Summary: Because even in the 23rd century, men don’t have babies. Gender lines have been blurred in so many ways, but not in this.

Notes: This is cross-posted between my journal and Gone_Ashore’s journal. Feel free to read either here, or on Gone_Ashore’s journal, here.

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Part Four )
mijan: (To Boldly Go...)
Title: “No Man’s Land
Authors: Gone_ashore and Mijan
Rating: R
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Word Count: 8,200 for part 3.
Warnings: Triggery. References to alien experimentation, graphic descriptions, mpreg.
Summary: Because even in the 23rd century, men don’t have babies. Gender lines have been blurred in so many ways, but not in this.

Notes: This is cross-posted between my journal and Gone_Ashore’s journal. Feel free to read either here, or on Gone_Ashore’s journal.

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Part Three )
mijan: (To Boldly Go...)
Title: “No Man’s Land
Authors: Gone_ashore and Mijan
Rating: R
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Word Count: 10,000 for part 2.
Warnings: Triggery. References to alien experimentation, graphic descriptions, mpreg.
Summary: Because even in the 23rd century, men don’t have babies. Gender lines have been blurred in so many ways, but not in this.

Notes: After this section, Gone_Ashore and I will both be caught up in posting, and the next section will be brand new story from both of us. Again, feel free to read on my journal or hers, here.

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Part Two )
mijan: (Kirk: Gotta be fucking kidding me)
Title: “No Man’s Land
Authors: Gone_ashore and Mijan
Rating: R
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Word Count: 10,000 for part 1.
Warnings: Triggery. References to alien experimentation, graphic descriptions, mpreg.
Summary: Because even in the 23rd century, men don’t have babies. Gender lines have been blurred in so many ways, but not in this.

Notes: First, I’ve never done a collaboration before. Some of this is my work, some of it is Gone_Ashore's work. In some spots, our writing is so mingled we’ve lost track. We’ve decided to both post on our LJ’s, so you’ll see it in both places. Read and comment wherever you prefer.

As far as the trope of mpreg… don’t let the subject matter fool you! This is mpreg, but it’s not crack. It’s actually a serious attempt to deal with the issues (psychological, medical, practical) that would come up should a man find himself pregnant as a result of a non-con situation. We’re exploring the conflicts, gender issues, the medical train wreck, the alien bioengineering technology, and the potential fallout. Although every author’s approach to mpreg is different, we’re trying for something unusual. I’ve never written mpreg before. I’d never planned to do it. I got pulled into this fic as a beta, and quickly became a collaborating author. This is the only way I could ever write mpreg. If you trust my writing and you trust me not to fuck up a trope, give it a try.


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Part One )
mijan: (Kirk/McCoy: "Bones come back to bed.")
Title: "For All the Right Reasons"
Rating: R
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Word Count: 10,000
Warnings: Discussion of BDSM topics and depression.
Notes: This fic is the other “side” of my story “The Harder They Fall.” People asked what led up to that story, what Bones was thinking, and how something like that could work… so here it is. This story does NOT contain the actual BDSM scene. This story does not have any sex scenes. Instead, this story goes into the events leading up to the start of THTF, and what Bones was thinking.

Summary: Leonard knew that Jim was suffering some heavy emotional fallout from his first failure of the Kobayashi Maru, but he hadn’t understood why until Jim came to him with a request that would push him to the breaking point.


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For All the Right Reasons )
mijan: (McCoy: Tricorder Porn)
Title: "Anatomy Lessons"
Rating: R
Word Count: 894
Summary: It's a Friday night after a long week. Thus, the boys have been drinking, and Jim's silliness leads to an impromptu human osteology lesson. It's all about the bones.

Notes: Sadly, I wasn't drunk. But I was being silly, and somehow a conversation between myself and my Trophy Wife (who works in the medical field and knows the human skeleton in perfect detail) devolved into... silliness. Then I said I wanted cookies. And she said she'd bake cookies for me if I turned our silliness into a Jim/Bones comment fic. Had to be less than 1000 words. This is the result. :D

Also... Mmmmm cookies.


Anatomy Lessons )

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