Links above go to AO3.
Link to the story on SWG: http://www.silmarillionwritersguild.org/a
After The Battle of Unnumbered Tears, the surviving Easterlings of Ulfang's tribe--although they had ensured Morgoth's victory by attacking their allies, the Elves, without warning-- instead of the reward they had expected, were driven by Morgoth into Dor-lomin where he held them penned.
But not all of them--some were left behind.
Warning for references to capital punishment for adultery and reference to violence against women and for canon violence.
The making of the phial of Galadriel.
On a meta level, the star-glass pretty much contains a condensed version of the Silmarillion.
I'm making that more literal here, almost.
A Sindarin Elf of Nevrast mourns the departure of her lover, one of Turgon's people who went with him to Gondolin. (Double drabble.)
Links go to AO3. Also on LJ here: http://femslash100.livejournal.com/19365
It is not the kind of book that you would expect to yield new information about a heroic woman of the First Age--and yet it does.
It's here on LJ: http://tolkien-weekly.livejournal.com/11