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[XFVCU 1x01] Midnight In The Firing Line - Deslea R Judd 2/2
Eighteen months after The Truth, the X Files are up and running again, with all the old players in a new formation. Pilot episode of the XFVCU virtual series.

[XFVCU 1x01] Midnight In The Firing Line - Deslea R Judd 1/2
Eighteen months after The Truth, the X Files are up and running again, with all the old players in a new formation. Pilot episode of the XFVCU virtual series.

Frederick by Lilydale
"To love one child and to love all children, whether living or dead - somewhere these two loves come together." -- Marguerite Duras, author and filmmaker. Angst of the Scully family variety.

Confessions Of A Prying Mother by CindyET
Maggie Scully inadvertently interrupts an intimate moment between her daughter and Fox Mulder.

You Have Loved Enough by David Hearne
Post-col, part of the Leonard Cohen collection.

A Solid Man by fran58
I live a part of my life in an empty place. A place where there are no smiles, beauty or laughter. This is the land on which Walter Skinner came to trespass. Maggie Scully/Skinner.

Morning Ritual by fran58
Before the beginning... Maggie/Bill Scully. Pre-XF.

Alliance by fran58
A tavern, a conversation and an unlikely friendship. Maggie Scully/Skinner.

A Penny On The Eye by Dryad
It wasn't fair, that Dana had only to reach out with her fingertips, and there he would be. Note: written for the 'Red Shirt' Lyric Wheel. Maggie Scully.

It Wasn't His Child by Julie L. Jekel
Maggie Scully has a late night conversation with her daughter's partner about Dana, Emily, and St. Joseph. Sequel to Part Of Me And Not Yet, but stands alone.

A Mother's Eyes by Katriena Knights
Deslea's rec: "This exploration of Mulder and Scully's journey through Maggie's eyes is realistic, sometimes bitter, and always heartfelt. Katriena avoids the usual Maggie pitfalls and brings us love and humanity in equal measure."

A Mother's Work is Never Done by Wickdzoot
Sometimes, the Deification of Motherhood makes a party gag-- especially for Maggie Scully. Humour.

One Good Reason by Julie L. Jekel
Maggie reacts to the news of her daughter's decision. William, PG.