Update: Severus/Harry Big Bang Entries Added to the Snarry Reader for October, 2012
Update: Severus/Harry Big Bang entries added to the Snarry Reader for October, 2012.
WARNING: Many of the stories and pictures we link to are rated NC-17 for adult content and so are inappropriate for minors. We make every effort to link to entries that include author/artist warnings, but please be aware that each author/artist warns according to their own discretion.
On the Art Master List only we will try our best to warn for common triggers, such as non-con, graphic violence, and, of course, chan. But BE WARNED: Many or most of these links lead directly to images that are NOT WORK OR CHILD SAFE. They might have adult content and they might be chan. Please exercise caution when clicking on any links.
FIC & ART:
A Avioleta •Harry Potter and the Quest for the Sangreal, NC-17/R (NWS), 48,600 words. Art by zarkir Content/Warning(s): Chan, 16-18 (highlight for spoilers) *Chan, Harry is 16-18. Teacher/student relationship. First time. Explicit m/m sex. Brief mentions of religious/theological themes. General angst and drama.* Summary: Horcruxes are dangerous to destroy. Snape knows this. He also knows that Voldemort has his sights set on something more powerful, something more terrifying, and something that, once invoked, cannot be undone. Together with Harry, Snape sets out to find this artefact before the Voldemort can obtain it. If they succeed, they can use its ancient magic to defeat the Dark Lord once and for all. But time is running out. Review: You can find a review for "Harry Potter and the Quest for the Sangreal" here.
C Centaury Squill •Across the Galaxy, NC-17/NC-17 (NWS), 30,350 words. Art by swtalmnd. Content/Warning(s): (highlight for spoilers) *Offscreen character death (not Severus or Harry), non-magical AU* Summary: When Harry sees an intriguing stranger on a video transmission from a far-distant planet, he knows he just has to meet him. Even if he has to cross the galaxy to do it. Review: You can find a review for "Across the Galaxy" here.
Conzieu •A Long Time Coming, NC-17/PG-13 (NWS) 193,210 words. Art by veridari Content/Warning(s): (highlight for spoilers) *Dub/non-con under the influence (not Severus and Harry), rough sex (not Severus and Harry), brief infidelity (not Severus and Harry), het, intentional twists of canon, voyeurism, minor character deaths, masturbation, fellatio, rimming, anal sex, ridiculously extended period of UST with a happy ending.* Summary: There are signs from the days after the battle of Hogwarts that there is much more to Severus and Harry’s relationship than the conflict and hatred that had define it until then. It will take ten years of changes, personal growth, and maturing, as well as one year when both of them change careers and return to Hogwarts, for their feelings to finally overcome their prejudices, assumptions and fears and for the love of these soulmates to triumph. Review: You can find a review for "A Long Time Coming" here.
E Emily Waters •Follow Me Home, NC-17/R (NWS), 33K words. Art by laniern Content/Warning(s): (highlight for spoilers) *OoC, violence, noncon, BDSM, rough sex, corporal punishment, bondage, humiliation, knife-play, rack (risk-aware consensual kink)* Summary: Seven years after the war, Harry Potter is gone from the wizarding world. A chance meeting in a Muggle BDSM club leaves Snape wondering about the reasons that made Harry leave. Review: You can find a review for "Follow Me Home" here.
Emynn •Forget Me Not, NC-17/PG-13, 36,560 words. Art by vividescent Content/Warning(s): (highlight for spoilers) *EWE, some violence* Summary: A story in which the world remembers Severus Snape, Severus remembers that he will never be free of Harry Potter, and Harry remembers pretty much nothing at all. Review: You can find a review for "Forget Me Not" here.
G Gin Tonic •Elementary Rituals, NC-17/NC-17 (NWS), 35,500 words. Art by andreanna Content/Warning(s): (highlight for spoilers) *Physical violence and men being men* Summary: Harry has plans for the next weeks. Plans that involve Severus Snape and possibly a date or five. Unfortunately for him, the universe likes to throw stones in his path – and this one might just change the future of the whole wizarding world. Review: You can find a review for "Elementary Rituals" here.
Gingertart •Harry Potter and the Erudite Wanker, NC-17/PG-13, 46,100 words. Art by savagesnakes Content/Warning(s): Chan, 17 (highlight for spoilers) *Gratuitous use of mythology. This fiction begins immediately after the Battle of Hogwarts, so Harry, although old enough to know better, is not old enough to flaunt his activities in Australia. Keep away from babies, children and impressionable pets. Contains profanity, irreverence and expletives. Handle with extreme care and dragon-hide gloves, particularly when grasping hawthorn bushes. Contents may settle. Beware of the wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff.* Summary: Dumbledore is up to something and a minor obstacle such as death isn't going to stand in his way; Hermione remains a clever-clogs but experience has diminished her know-it-all tendencies; Ron's skill at chess is far from being a fluke; Harry sets out on a journey of self-exploration; and Snape still suffers the after-effects of doing as he was told. The Fair Folk are Not Nice, and neither is Snape, but at least he never pretended otherwise. There's also a lot to be said for being a Wanker. Review: You can find a review for "Harry Potter and the Erudite Wanker" here.
M Meri Oddities •The Courtship of Severus Snape, R/R (NWS), 25,100 words. Art by vividescent Content/Warning(s): Chan, 15 (Not Snape or Harry) (highlight for spoilers) *Brief Albus Severus/Scorpius* Summary: Severus Snape was not going to be the half-blood who made a mockery of the most respected pureblood courtship ritual. Even if Harry Potter was participating. Review: You can find a review for "The Courtship of Severus Snape" here.
S Starcrossedgirl •The Boy Who Died A Lot, NC-17/PG-13, 72K words. Art by acid3 Content/Warning(s): (highlight for spoilers) *Repeated major character death (don’t worry, it doesn’t stick!), bucketloads of dark humour, chan (one kiss at 15, sexual awareness from Snape’s part ~age 15/16 onwards, but no actual underage sex), angst with the odd touch of horror, brief attempted non-con (not in Snarry pairing), suicidal ideation and attempt, moral greyness and flawed characters, wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey. Oh, and a decidedly happy ending. ;)* Summary: Harry’s always been known as The Boy Who Lived. Only Severus knows that this is a lie. (Or: a portrait of Severus Snape, in seven acts.) Review: You can find a review for "The Boy Who Died A Lot" here.
Suitesamba •With Eyes Wide Open, NC-17/PG-13, 70,500 words. Art by kaleran Content/Warning(s): (highlight for spoilers) *Character death (not H/S), voyeurism* Summary: When Narcissa Malfoy calls in her life debt so that Severus can fulfill the terms of his grandfather’s will and secure the Prince family estate, Harry agrees to marry Severus Snape and live with him for a year and a day. But Prince Manor hides a secret in its overgrown gardens, and Narcissa isn’t helping Severus out because of her kind heart. Harry thinks he’s going into the marriage with eyes wide open, but he has to maneuver around the Malfoys’ machinations and come to terms with his growing feelings for Severus even as the magic in the gardens gives his life a new, unexpected purpose. Review: You can find a review for "Eyes Wide Open" here.