|timeline, though it's already been referenced in future-history or alt-history Fenspace stories and discussion. Here there be dragons of questionable canonicity, you have been warned. --The Mgt|
The Fenspace Infinities stories fall under a twilight space. They are not strictly held to be "official" by the general consensus of the Fenspace writing collective, however they're also too interesting to just let wither and die without an audience.
To wit, this category. Some of this material may become part of the Fenspace canon in due time, though I wouldn't hold my breath if I were you. --Mal-3 00:36, 30 October 2008 (UTC)
Nextgen: Takes on Fenspaces That Might Be
Written by M Fnord; posted April 22, 2009
2021: Wheels within wheels, secrets within lies. The Soviet Air Force plays a deeper game than most people.
Angels and Wizards
Written by Cobalt Greywalker; posted August 31, 2008
June 13-16, 2103: In the shadows of the Pyramids of Mars, the falling standards of Hogwarts are discovered.
Surfing with the Alien Ω
Written by ClassicDrogn; posted 25 July 2008
Date Unknown: Nothing is eternal.
Takes on Fenspaces That Probably Won't Be
Reflections of an Immortal
Written by Rob Kelk; posted March 16, 2007
May 21, 2208: Being alone makes for a miserable two-hundredth birthday.
One of the important specifics in this story has been invalidated by With This Station-Ring
How to Crossover Battlestar Galactica with Fenspace Without Breaking The Setting (Too Much)
Written by M Fnord; posted May 7, 2008, revised October 30, 2008
Pretty much just what it says on the tin. Not to be taken too seriously.
Available on AO3
The Trekkist-Jedi Cladewar
Written by M Fnord ca. 2001; posted to the Fenspace forum March 25, 2010
A look at one of the early progenitors of Fenspace, originally written for (and rejected by) the Orion's Arm worldbuilding project.
Available on AO3
Writeups of things that haven't appeared in Fenspace yet.
- Fenspace Alternates
- Stories that are radically different from base-line Fenspace.