Michael is consumed with what the humans did to him as he remembers more everyday. Which guide his current actions as he reflects on what he remembers.
After his sister departs from Atlantis to return to Earth, McKay thinks about things.
There was no conversation. They never shared words of endearment, of love or even lust. Talking would only ruin it. Note: McKay's lover is not named. It can be anyone you like.
Rising part 2 from Sumner's POV from the time he was captured by the Wraith.
One-shot! Shortly before the actual beginning of the Stargate: Atlantis series, this is one of McKay's attempts to get Dr. Beckett to get the chair working again.
A short little vignette about a new arrival on Atlantis. Angel/SGA crossover. I'm really quite fond of this, though I have no earthly idea why I would be inclined to write Fred, I might play in t...
There are a thousand possibilities, but you know the right one and there's no sense to how you know it. Very short, gennish.
M/M, Sheppard/McKay. When he'd picked it up, it had lit up faintly and his first thought had been that it was an Ancient PDA. The reality of it turned out to be much, much cooler.
M/M, Sheppard/McKay. The aftermath of "38 Minutes."
The end of "Hide and Seek," from Rodney's point of view.