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ESCAPADE 2016: The Slash Slumber Party!

February 26-28, 2016
Four Points Sheraton LAX

Warning: “This convention contains graphic depictions and/or discussions of sex, violence, maiming, mutilation, torture, love, fetishism, fluffybunnyism, sesquipedalianism, betrayal, death, bondage, bonding, brutality, mortality, immortality, immorality, amorality, and the occasional use of harsh language. Blindfolds available upon request, and also cucumber sandwiches.”

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Escapade - a slash slumber party will be held this year end of February at the Four Points Sheraton LAX (that’s sunny Los Angeles, California for you freezing folks). Lots of fandoms represented, a vid show, an art show, a dealer’s room... More here. 

Escapade is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek by hosting a fandom artwork retrospective. They are looking for fanworks of all sorts and from all of the Trek verses for display at the art show. Art for the retrospective will be for display only, not for sale, and will be returned to the owner after the show. Anyone interested in displaying their own art or works from their collection at Escapade, please contact Saki. If you cannot bring your art and need to ship it to the con, they will need to have it in hand by February 19th.

Of course, you are also welcome to send in Star Trek art for private sale, or for sale to benefit the con charity. The more Trek art, the better!


Thank you so much once more to Catalenamara and the attendees at Shore Leave 2015, for their continued generous support of the archive! You all make this worthwhile, and your continued support is greatly appreciated.


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From Killa, your archivist: A huge thank you to Robin Serrano at Slashcity for her tremendous help in getting this set up, and to Lyrastar and Catalenamara for assistance above and beyond the call. My hope is that this archive will remain a central resource for K/S and Kirk-Spock fiction online.

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9/22/2009 A note about Works In Progress:

Please be aware that the "Works In Progress" category exists for two reasons -- one, so that that those following WiPs can easily find ongoing stories to check for updates, and two, so that those who do not wish to read stories until they are finished will not find themselves surprised by a "To Be Continued..."

To this end, if your story is not finished, please do not categorize it as Fiction. It should be categorized as Works in Progress only. When the story is finished, you can change it from WIP to Fiction. Thanks!



--Killa on 05/24/2009 8:57 PM