I'm more comfortable talking about "my universe" in Trek fic, but ... now at least there's this S&H; movie to distinguish one's fic from.
Anyway, I'm NOT writing about the movie. What I will grandly call "my primary universe" in Starsky and Hutch is one in which they're the TV guys, they're both bisexual, they both know it, and they're involved in various sexual relationships, including with each other.
Then there are these other stories I wrote. Some are kinda similar in background, some not. The most recent additions are from zines, and a couple of those are really and truly Alternate Universes. And then there are, um, poems.
Other people's Starsky/Hutch fanfic, recommended by me
"Primary Universe" Stories
The CorsicansRating: NC-17
Part 1: 63K
Part 2: 74K
Summary: At the academy, with and then without John Colby.
Summary: PWP, set during pilot movie. After a long day on the case, Hutch drives Starsky home.
What You Want, What I NeedRating: NC-17
Summary: Missing scene, between the zoo scene and the tag in "Pariah." I think this is h/c.
Nothin' but Blue SkiesRating: G
Summary: Drabble, soapy scene on the beach.
Wrestling as One of the Fine ArtsRating: NC-17
Summary: After "Omaha Tiger," Starsky and Hutch, um, wrestle.
Fools and KingsRating: NC-17
Part 1: 48K
Part 2: 51K
Part 3: 48K
Summary: First printed in the zine Venice Place Chronicles 1 in 2001. Hutch and Starsky fall in love with women and lose them; their own relationship has ups and downs. Spans from "Gillian" to "Starsky vs. Hutch." I also include links to three illustrations by Julie Henderson.
Merry Christmas, PerkowitzRating: NC-17
Summary: PWP, set just after "Little Girl Lost." Starsky and Hutch invite Perkowitz to a private party. (Yup. Threesome.) Originally printed in the zine Dangerous Lives, Dangerous Visions.
Fallen in the Sea; or, Tonbe nan la MeThis story has been redacted as a result of some thinking I did about cultural appropriation.
Let's Not Talk About ThatRating: R
Summary: Starsky tells a bedtime story.
Rainy Night, Sunny MorningRating: NC-17
Summary: PWP: Starsky and Hutch get wet and spend the night at Starsky's apartment. (First S/H I ever wrote, and I'd revise it to be more consistent with some particular canon spot, but why bother?)
Summary: After "The Plague." Once upon a time there were two people trying to tell the same fairy tale, so it got pretty fractured.
Out of SightRating: NC-17
Summary: Right after the tag of "Blindfold."
Grin and Bear ItRating: G
Summary: Vignette, set shortly after "Sweet Revenge." Hutch angst.
I'm Telling YouRating: PG
Summary: About six months after "Sweet Revenge," Hutch goes to Minnesota for Thanksgiving and to tell his parents some news.
Life, Not StyleRating: PG-13
Summary: Starsky's mom calls to talk about their lifestyle; set in early 1980s.
Faded Up to the SkyRating: R
Summary: Vignette, in which Starsky and Hutch appreciate Starsky's old jeans.
Toutes Les ÉtoilesRating: G
Summary: Drabble: Starsky and Hutch, vacationing for New Year's. This year (though, you know, a lot of years could fit).
What Survives Is GoldRating: NC-17
Summary: It's 2033. They're old. They're still together.
Take It EasyRating: G
Summary: ALmost gen. Starsky drives for a while.
Count the WaysRating: PG
Summary: One of those drunken conversations.
Not With a BangRating: NC-17
Summary: Set some months after Sweet Revenge. I've quit being embarrassed about this one, but it still bothers me. Maybe Robert Frost was right, and nothing gold can stay.
Another Day, Another MiracleRating: NC-17
Summary: A heat-wave in 1989 makes them both a little crazy ... which can be a good thing. (Whoa! A first time!)
I Wish I Was Homeward BoundRating: NC-17
Part 1: 86K
Part 2: 92K
Summary: What if neither of them were police officers, but they still ran into the same trouble? (Same LA, same 70's.) First published in the zine Dangerous Lives, Dangerous Visions
Another Dawn PatrolRating: NC-17
Chapters 1 and 2: 75K
Chapters 3 and 4: 79K
Chapters 5 and 6: 66K
Chapters 7, 8 and 9: 68K
Summary: Hmm, what if they were flying aces during World War I? Based on the marvelous David Niven and Errol Flynn film Dawn Patrol and first published in the zine Timeless.
To an Answering Machine in California from a Telephone in MinnesotaSize: 2K
Summary: Hutch calls from his parents'.
Dragons SlainSize: 2K
Summary: While Starsky is sleeping, Hutch is thinking.
West on Good Hope RoadSize: 2K
Summary: Starsky's thinking while Hutch drives.
Virtual Season Episode #5: Faithful to Thee, Cynara
Also these shorts (links are to non-graphics versions):
Words Made Flesh (a "day in the life"--night, in this case)
Dreamland (missing scene from "Faithful to Thee, Cynara")
Cup of Decaf (missing scene from "Faithful to Thee, Cynara")
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