Fiction references for each work usually follows this format:
- OZ Title -- by Author
- Posted: date on file in yyyy-mm-dd format**
Series Rating Character (Type) Size Created Series
Summary or Synopsis Information
Clicking the title will bring up the file. While clicking the author's name will bring up a listing of additional fiction titles the person has credited to their name.
**yyyy-mm-dd format is where 'yyyy' equals the year, 'mm' is the month, and 'dd' is the day
Not all parts may be included if they aren't applicable to the work.
- The first part encountered is the series code(s). It's usually marked as OZ but there are series crossovers.
- Next is the rating. This is used to help readers decide if material is suitable to them.
- Following the rating are the character codes. This coding is used to emphasize certain characters or pairing(s) appearance in a work. A pairing can include members of a different sex (Ex: a male and female pairing) or of the same sex (also know as slash fiction, Ex: a female and female).
- The one after the character is the story type and is to inform the reader if the work is hurt/comfort, humour, alternate universe, poem, and so on.
- File size refers to the plain ASCII text copy (non-HTML) available and is measured in kilobytes.
- The last part is used to designate if a particular work is part of a series of stories an author created.
[PG] = content not considered appropriate for all audiences
[R] = material which brings up adult themes/language
[NC17] = graphic content for adult/mature audiences only
** 'Split' ratings like [PG/R] and [R/NC17] are also acceptable.
Ad = Adebisi, Simon
Al = Alvarez, Miguel
B = Beecher, Tobias
Hi = Hill, Augustus
Ho = Howell, Claire
K = Keller, Chris
Mc = McManus, Tim
Mur = Murphy, Sean
Muk = Mukada, Ray
Glo = Nathan, Gloria
Cy = O'Reily, Cyril
Ry = O'Reily, Ryan (spelling from HBO scripts)
P = Reimondo, Peter Marie
Sa = Said, Kareem
Sc = Schillinger, Vern
- Example of code usage:
- B/K = Beecher and Keller
Placement of names was determined by earlier OZ imprisonment year and/or older characters being placed before later imprisonment year and/or younger characters. Prisoners are placed before staff names.
- Separators for Character Codes:
- / = sexually involved or intimate relationship
& = relationship (no sex), possibly friendship only
, = featured
- Additional Codes (kept in lowercase):
- m/f = male/female
f/f = female/female (a 'slash' pairing)
m/m = male/male (a 'slash' pairing)
a/u = alternate universe (non-canon)
h/c = hurt/comfort
het = a pairing involving different genders
slash = a pairing involving the same gender
bdsm = adult themes of sexual acts (bondage, sado-masochism, etc)
non-con = non-consensual activities
drabble = a work comprised of exactly 100 words
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