Trigger warning for self-harm. Roger and Mark are happily in love. But Mark has a dark secret, and what will happen when Roger finds out?
New Years Eve, 1992. Mark really should have known. But somehow, he's managed to miss this crucial tidbit about his best friend. M/R! Mark/Roger. Angel lives just because. Oneshot.
Life Support: a group for people coping with life.
Mark Cohen and his sister, Sara, rebel against their abusive father. (I made up his mothers and father's name)
Mark really needs to stop listening to Roger. Nothing good ever comes of it, especially where his bits are concerned. (Young Mark and Roger... 12 and 13, respectively.) Warnings: A one-sided Ma...
Everyone thinks that he was the first one to find April. Everyone would be wrong.
Roger doesn't remember when he first started looking at Mark this way, when his gaze was first drawn irresistibly to hands and lips and the way Mark moves with an awkwardness that's somehow beautif...
100 words of Rent. Behold, now there are two.
Rent/Silent Hill Crossover. Mimi asks Roger to take her back to his hometown, but there are secrets in his past, and in the town itself.
Roger goes through withdrawal and Mark can't let things go on any longer. slash MR
Pre, during and Post-RENT, chapter titles are some of Rogers' songs(which are mostly dated as Post-RENT, by my creation)Companion Peice to Cutting Room Floor. Review!
A series of vignettes from the point of view of Mark Cohen. Pieces are Pre, during and Post-RENT. This story is the compliment piece to Songbook of Roger Davis.
Eight influences shape Mark's life. This fic series shows Mark meeting and reacting to each of them.
Post Rent. Avenue A has discovered another performance artist, who begins to steal some of the spotlight from the resident drama queen. Mark is intent on doing a documentary on the Alphabet City's ...
(Rating is for Language) (Rating may go up later) La Vie Boheme...Live by Bohemia. Carpe Diem...Sieze the day. Two powerful phrases. Ten Years after RENT. Maureen is missing her old life. Mark is m...