"A World to Save" by geb
Author's notes: R for language and other "adult situations"; MSR of a sort; major Scully angst; story set in the future.
Summary: "Mulder told me that the Torah says if you kill one person, you kill a whole world because you have also killed that person's children and his children's children and so on. And, if you save one person, you save a whole world. I have only been trying to keep my child alive. I have only been trying to save a world."
"After the Future" Series by Donna
Author's notes: PG-13, Post-colonization, MSR, Skinner/other, Babyfic, Angst.
"Boogie Street" by David Hearne
Author's notes: PG; Post-col.
"Family by Choice" by Meghan O'Connor
Author's notes: PG-13, Post-Colonization, Character death, LGM/other.
Summary: Looking back on one woman's life.
"In the Streets of Fire - A Gunman's Lament" by Martha
Author's notes: PG.
"I see by your outfit that you are a cowboy,"
These words he did say as I boldly stepped by.
"Come sit down beside me and hear my sad story -
I'm shot in the breast and I know I must die."
- The Cowboy's Lament (aka Streets of Laredo)
Francis Henry Maynard 1876
"Journal 1999" and "Journal 2000" by MD1016
Author's notes: NC-17, MSR, Post-colonization.
Summary: The first three months of post-colonization Earth from
Scully's point of view. Then, the struggle continues.
"Life During Wartime," a series by various authors
Authors' notes: a post-colonization series, written from varying points of view. Series content warning: Lots of angst, lots of death, lots of violence. Individual stories may or may not carry more specific keywords.
"One of the Byers" by Alloway
Author's notes: G; Alternate universe.
Summary: In the Post-Project future, Mulder enlists the help of a much-changed former Gunman.
"Return" by waterfall
Author's notes: PG-13 for mild swearing, Post-col.
Summary: When letting go does not equate to giving up.
"Silent Running" by Ms. AM
Author's notes: NC-17; Apocalypse.
"The Absence of Memory" by Narida Law
Author's notes: R (disturbing themes), MSR, MT, ST, MA, SA, Post-Colonization, Character Death.
"The Beginning of Sorrows" by Philiater
Author's notes: PG13 I think. Post colonization. AU.
"Then What of Our Nightmares" by Kelly Moreland
Author's notes: NC-17 for disturbing images. SAngst/MT. Post Colonization.
"Tuebor" by Slippin' Mickeys
Author's notes: PG-13, language, violence, nooky. Kinda.
Summary: 25 years in one night.
"Warmth" by Morgan Stuart
Author's notes: R; Post-colonization; Character Death; Implied MSR; M/F/M.
Summary: It is now eleven years in the future, eight since "the cataclysm," and only three of the characters we know have survived.
"William Long-Ears" By Myriss
Author's notes: PG-13, Post-Col, AU, *CHARACTER DEATH*, Implied MSR.
Summary: It was the rabbit who sacrified himself by jumping into the pot to feed the starving Buddha.
"Won and Lost" By Branwell
Author's notes: G, Vignette, Angst, Mulder/Scully Romance.
And one that is not quite but almost post-colonization:
"Reunion" By Sue
Author's notes: PG, General/Het/JTS.
Summary: Long-standing fellow travelers regroup.
And just because:
"Watching X-Files with no lights on,
We're dans la maison,
I hope the smoking man's in this one."
from "One Week," Barenaked Ladies