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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 08, 12:57:45pm
Author: Nestra
Subject: I agree (r)
In reply to: Nell 's message, "I think it's a sign of how early these were that they *weren't* marked clearly as crossovers. (r)" on Monday, June 06, 02:34:48pm

I haven't read the stories in question, since I'm only just back in town, but I was thinking the same thing when reading this discussion last night. My memory/impression is that early crossovers often weren't marked, let alone categorized. Things were a lot less codified back then. I think it's the same phenomenon we see with a lot of other areas of the fandom - we were sort of a feral group back then and didn't really use the common language of fandom, or the conventions of posting fic.

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