Just as you've taken the time to craft a story, please take the care to read and follow the guidelines below, else it may be returned/rejected (which we take no pleasure in). Of course, if you have any questions, we welcome them at the FPS/RPS email addresses found at the bottom of this page.
Most people use the Motion Picture Association of American film ratings (MPAA) whose criteria can be roughly translated into:
Currently we are using another system as follows:
You can send us your stories with the old rating that we will make the correspondence. We prefer to give a high rating from the beginning to long stories that start off with a milder but that will evolve to higher ratings, so please warn us of that.
There are certain elements in some stories that readers may find offensive or disturbing. That doesn't mean you should limit what you write, but you should always provide warnings for sensitive contents, for your own sake as well as readers'. Here are a few things that could usually use a warning:
When you submit a story, make it clear if it is a multi-chaptered fic and if more chapters will be submitted too or if it's finished.
If the story is related to another as a sequel, or prequel or something else, we can group those stories together in what is called a series. A separate page is created where all the stories in that particular universe are listed by order to make it easier for readers to find all the parts and to know in which order to read them. If this is your case, please write us and give us:
The archivist retains the right to ban, without warnings or notice, authors who:
All pairings and characters are welcome. No heterosexual art (general art is fine).
Art submissions should be sent to email@example.com. Submissions should be sent as attachments to your email. Or, if you wish, you may include a link to your work in the email if you have your art uploaded elsewhere. Please submit files in either .jpg or .gif format.
When you submit fanart, please include the following information: