|Three Ways of Looking
at a Tiffany Blum-Deckler
|Three brief excursions into the "Twilight Zone"
with our guest star, Tiffany, to answer the question, "Just
what is it with her, anyway?" Crossover/sci-fi/parody, rated
a Scooby Darkly
|Wait! Go ahead and read this! It's real short,
and it isn't what you think! (It's actually much worse.) Crossover/comedy,
Nothingness of Being
| The last we see of Joey in "One J at a Time"
is the moment Quinn shuts the door on him. This story shows
what happened next. Romance/angst, rated PG
|Charles Ruttheimer III notices that everyone at
Lawndale High is acting very much out of character--everyone
who is female, that is. Comedy/romance, rated PG-13
A Midsummer Nightmare's
|Quinn pulls a prank that causes Jake to think
that Daria has taken up demon worship, so he takes Daria to
a weekend father-daughter seminar to "bring her back to the
light." Add in a few former classmates, romance, and an unexpected
twist--inspired by Stephen King--and a very strange summer weekend
gets underway in Lawndale. Comedy/horror/thriller, rated PG-13
Story of D
|Jane finds a short story that Daria wrote during
one of the worst periods in her life--and peers into a nightmare
from which Daria has not yet escaped. Drama/angst PG-13
|A Certain Amount
Quinn Morgendorffer and David Sorenson meet in Lawndale,
a year after they parted in "Is It Fall Yet?" Certain issues
between them were never fully resolved. Will they be settled
Drama/angst/romance, rated PG
Mary Sue Story
|The author writes a ficlet in which he meets Daria.
The cause of literature is hurled back into the Dark Ages. Comedy,
rated PG because of mild swearing and the violent bit.
|If You Only Walk Long
|A ten-year-old girl, in abject misery at summer
camp, has an unexpected conversation with a cat--and learns
a secret about the future. Crossover, rated PG
|I Never Metamorphosis
I Didn't Like
|Daria Morgendorffer awakens one morning from uneasy
dreams to find herself transformed in her bed into a giant cockroach.
A rather twisted "third season"-esque comedy based on Franz
Kafka's "The Metamorphosis."
|Winter in Hell
|Two cynical outcasts, seniors at Lawndale High
School and the best of friends, struggle through another difficult
Drama, rated R
|Die! Die! You Bastard!
|After ruining Jane's hair-dye job, Daria fears
she has lost her best friend. Jane, for her part, fears Daria
is trying to steal her boyfriend, Tom. Will everything work
out for the best? And what does T. S. Eliot have to do with
any of this? An alternate-history version of "Daria" episode
#413, the way it should have been.
|Dinnertime visitors at the Morgendorffers' home
prove that Jake was right about one thing after all.
|April Is the Cruelest Month
| Two junior undergraduates from Boston take their
medical and emotional problems with them during spring break
in the Rockies.
|Hal Point Nine
|A story about a girl and her . . . unusual pet.
|The best night that young Daria ever had in Highland
did not start out that way.
|These are the lyrics to one of Trent Lane's better-known
songs, written after Mystik Spiral's move to Boston (shortly
after Trent's sister Jane began college there).
upon a Fallen Star
|Stacy Rowe goes out on a weird date with Ted DeWitt-Clinton--and
they discover the future.
|The African Queen
|Fourteen heavily armed men went hunting for her
in the jungle. It was not a fair fight.
|A crossover ficlet with an ironic "uh-oh."
|A dystopian Mary Sue crossover Daria metafic ficlet
that should not have been written.
| The Morgendorffers discover a new branch on their
|A little girl realizes her goal in life, with
the help of an even smaller girl--a bright blue one.
|A romantic conversation--but since when was anything
what it seemed?
for a SAINT
|Amy Barksdale takes her favorite niece out to
celebrate the publication of a Melody Powers story. Another
|The Secret Life
|Two college students from Lawndale finally realize
they were made for each other--but will anyone else realize
|Amy Barksdale tells a little story, and Daria
and Quinn almost die.
|When Upchuck takes up modeling photography, things
unexpectedly develop in a negative way.
| A Daria/Koyaanisqatsi crossover. It is impossible
to describe this better than that.
| It was hot, and little Jane was tired and bored
and had nothing to do, when a rabbit ran past her, and--
|Somewhere in an alternate universe, Daria Morgendorffer
meets Jane Lane, things click, and they're all over Lawndale,
shooting people.. sort of.
| Daria mulls a possible career path as a nude
exotic dancer. Seriously.
Beneath the Blue Suburban Skies
|Ninth-grader Daria Morgendorffer learns from her
new phys-ed teacher at Highland High that the future can ride
on the flip of a coin.
|When Daria Morgendorffer meets Jane Lane in an
alternate universe, they discover things that the eye will never
|Thanks to shoddy fertility drugs, Quinn in this
alternate-history tale becomes the oldest of a group of quintuplets--five
same-age, genetically identical sisters, each with her own interests.
The dramatic effects that this has on the Morgendorffers' life
are revealed, with the equally dramatic effects this new family
arrangement has on Our Heroine, Daria.
Based on an idea by Mike Yamiolkoski.
|Unrequited love is not always properly spelled.
|In the Beginning
|Brittany Taylor has a guilty little secret. How
will people react when they discover what she's been doing,
and how long can she keep lying about it?
|A decade after leaving high school, Daria and
Quinn learn that their widowed mother, Helen Morgendorffer,
has found someone special in her life . . . and it's Kevin Thompson.
A sensitive and touching portrayal of mindless sex gone wrong.
the Fashion Club
|There was one career path that the Fashionable
Foursome could have taken, if they had wanted popularity, money,
fame, and dates--and had talent.
Legend #1: The Girl Who Walked Home All Alone in the Dark
|Jane Lane tells a slightly twisted bedtime story
to the Gupty kids (a "Legends of the Mall" tale).
|As Many Worlds
as There Are Artists
|Daria and Jane contemplate their future after
high school, while Trent and Mystik Spiral hang out in the basement--but
an artistic element has changed in the Lane household, in this
|The First Time
|Daria and Tom do it for the first time--and it's
|Timothy O'Neill cooks a marvelous dinner for Janet
Barch, right after she made him quit taking that silly psychiatric
|Daria and Jane meet a new Tom in this shameless
Mary Sue set after "Is It College Yet?"
|The Thong Remains the Same
|In this sensitive and insightful, though unofficial,
continuation of Kara Wild's Driven Wild Universe, Amy and Joel
separate after fighting over a trivial issue, as married couples
usually do, and they and Daria, Jane, Quinn, Helen, Jake, Tom,
and Brittany wander Lawndale in search of a plot involving thongs.
BONUS! Features a new dramatic scene not seen before online!
|But in Her Heart a
|"Might be CIA," wrote Daria of her security-obsessed
high-school principal, Angela Li. She was closer to the truth
than she knew. Ms. Li reviews her turbulent life through the
Cold War, to the time she took over "Laaawndale High," as she
recovers from her breakdown in the fifth-season episode, "Fizz
|Daria: The Next Generation
|The younger siblings and relatives of major "Daria"
characters find themselves spending the summer at "Uncle" Timothy
O'Neill's all-new Okay-to-Cry Corral, with none other than Wind
Lane as their cabin counselor. There, the kids face the horrors
of rice cakes and tofu for breakfast, therapy sessions to heal
their inner selves, a legendary monster in the cooling pond
of a nearby nuclear power plant, and--first love. Sam and Chris
Griffin, Rachel Landon, Brian Taylor, Link, and Jane Lane's
nephew and niece, Adrian and Courtney, appear in this novel-length
tale. The action takes place after the events of "Is It College
|Life Is Good
|Evil Daria, sympathetic Tom, nice and short but
not too sweet.
|The Omega Jane
|After a lethal pandemic kills almost everyone
alive, Jane Lane inherits the earth--but only from dawn to dusk.
Cannibalistic ghouls in the billions arise after sunset, and
Daria Morgendorffer is one of them. A horror tale inspired by
Richard Matheson's classic novel of paranoia and vampirism,
"I Am Legend" (later filmed as "The Omega Man").
|Tiffany in Wonderland
|A little girl goes down a rabbit hole--and Wonderland
goes down the drain. Yet another Daria/Alice in Wonderland crossover.
|Could Someone Turn
Down the Sun?
|Wackiness aplenty takes place on the "Good Mornings
with Daria and Jane Show," when Madame Tiffany the psychic accidentally
causes the sun to go nova and destroy the earth. How will Daria
and Jane cope with the loss of their core audience and network
ratings, not to mention an astronomical catastrophe? Read on
and find out! (Based on the future-ego shots at the end of Is
It College Yet?)
Roger Moore began writing fiction and magazine articles
in the late 1970s while working as a mental-health counselor in
the Army. He joined TSR, Inc., in May 1983, and later became editor-in-chief
of Dragon Magazine and Dungeon Adventures. He later ran the AD&D
core rules product group in the Games division, then worked from
home as an editor and game designer. He has short stories in a number
of Dragonlance, Forgotten Realms, and Ravenloft anthologies, and
two longer works ("The Maelstrom's Eye" and "Errand of Mercy").
He is the author of the Greyhawk product "The Adventure Begins,"
which won the Origins Award for Best Roleplaying Accessory of 1998.
He writes "Daria" fanfic just because it's fun. He is married with
two gaming-obsessed children.
Artwork based on "The Art of Seeing", drawn
by Nick "Ranchoth" Gaston