Fandom Haven Story Archive

Welcome to the Fandom Haven Story Archive! This collection holds works once archived at

The Fandom Haven Story Archive is closed to new works unless the creator was part of the original archive.

The import of this archive to the AO3 was approved by the OTW Open Doors Committee on April 22, 2017, and began in December 2017. The archive import was completed February 2018.

Links to works on the original archive were set to redirect to the AO3 collection after the import was completed.

(Open, Moderated)

About Fandom Haven Story Archive (FHSA)

Active since:



This collection contains works originally located at, which were imported to the Archive of Our Own through the Open Doors Project.



If you still have access to the email you used to post your works to the Fandom Haven Story Archive, you should have received an email with the option to claim your works at the time they were imported. If you do not have access to that email account, or did not receive the notification, please contact the moderator at the contact email address listed above.

All unclaimed works are imported as restricted to logged-in AO3 users only, and were made publicly viewable after a 30-day transition period. If you claimed your works before that period ended, you will need to change the restriction setting.

For questions about using the AO3, please contact Support. For questions about submitting works to the FHSA collection, please contact the moderator at the email address listed above.



Original Submission Rules:

1. No real people stories.

2. No underaged sex (brief reference to sexual abuse or pre-adult sexual experiences are permitted, but not graphic depiction). For the purposes of this archive, underaged is defined as under the age of 17.

3. No bestiality: defined as sexual contact between an animal and a human. An intelligent transformed Unicorn is acceptable. A dog is not. An intelligent alien is fine, a sheep is not.

4. No Harry Potter fic.

5. All stories must be labeled as GEN, HET or SLASH.

6. There is an understanding that there is a minimum standard under which stories should be posted. The archivist reserves the right to reject any story that does not seem to have had a minimal spell/grammar/punctuation check.