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Please note my propensity for turning completely tame prompts into filthy, dirty porn. I have a talent deviant mind.

Star Trek (XI & TOS)Réduire )
Doctor WhoRéduire )
Harry PotterRéduire )
Alice in WonderlandRéduire )
Sherlock HolmesRéduire )
GleeRéduire )
TorchwoodRéduire )
FireflyRéduire )
LabyrinthRéduire )
Revolutionary Girl UtenaRéduire )
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along BlogRéduire )
[non-fandom]Réduire )

Fills are posted chronologically within fandoms - logic would dictate that quality would go up as you read further down the lists, as I'd have had more practice at the time of writing, but I am not convinced that's how it's played out in practice. I post commentfic memes periodically, so if you've seen something you like here, please comment on one of those and I'll write a fill for you! HOORAY.
Apparently the Yakuza were among the earliest responders to the crisis in Japan:
Hours after the first shock waves hit, two of the largest crime groups went into action, opening their offices to those stranded in Tokyo, and shipping food, water, and blankets to the devastated areas in two-ton trucks and whatever vehicles they could get moving. The day after the earthquake the Inagawa-kai (the third largest organized crime group in Japan which was founded in 1948) sent twenty-five four-ton trucks filled with paper diapers, instant ramen, batteries, flashlights, drinks, and the essentials of daily life to the Tohoku region. An executive in Sumiyoshi-kai, the second-largest crime group, even offered refuge to members of the foreign community—something unheard of in a still slightly xenophobic nation, especially amongst the right-wing yakuza. The Yamaguchi-gumi, Japan’s largest crime group, under the leadership of Tadashi Irie, has also opened its offices across the country to the public and been sending truckloads of supplies, but very quietly and without any fanfare.

...The Yamaguchi-gumi member I spoke with said simply, "Please don't say any more than we are doing our best to help. Right now, no one wants to be associated with us and we'd hate to have our donations rejected out of hand."


And speaking of which...

I have two bid posts up currently at help_japan : 1000+ words of femslash, and your writing turned into a zine chapbook! The starting bid for the latter is rather high, and I may lower it, but it's seriously a labor intensive process. We shall see.

I may offer baked goods as well. Must ponder. Oooh, maybe vegan fudge. Does anyone else have a post up? Feel free to self-pimp here (however much good that may do).


I wanna offer something for the help_japan auction, but I'm not sure what. Is my writing good enough to offer? Do you think cookies or homemade bread would go over well? (Do people actually pay money for mail-order bread?)

Anybody on my flist participating in the auction, either as a bidder or as a contributor?

ETA: FUCK IT, DECIDED TO POST. If you or any of your friends wanna buy femslash from me (and who DOESN'T want more femslash?), check out my post here!

Hopefully $10 is not too high for a starting bid. Lots of other posts started at $10... hmm.
(I see the sparkletext generator is down again. Curses.)

I recently read The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. First off: READ THE HUNDRED THOUSAND KINGDOMS. READ IT RIGHT NOW.* THEN READ IT AGAIN. THEN CHECK OUT THE BROKEN KINGDOMS AND READ THAT TOO. These fantasy books, by N.K. Jemisin, are remarkable for several reasons:
  • female protagonist;
  • protagonist of color;
  • badassed motherfucking female sci-fi/fantasy AUTHOR of color goddamn;
  • beautiful and richly imagined world & pantheon;
  • nuanced and surprising characters;
  • suspenseful and riveting plot;
  • omg female protagonist of color omgomgomg; and, of course,
  • porn.

Tip of the mouse (who'm I kidding - trackpad?) to ennyousai for the reading suggestion. I devoured the first book in two days; the second took me a day and a half of casual reading on the subway before I got hooked in and finished it the next night. I am a slow reader. This feat of speed-reading is remarkable.


Then today I was listening to all sixty-odd of my Depeche Mode tracks on shuffle - like you do - and "It's No Good" came on. This song is one that I had previously discussed with redcirce as an incredibly fitting one to portray the relationship between Jareth and an adult Sarah (from Labyrinth) as seen from Jareth's point of view.

I'm gonna take my time
I have all the time in the world
To make you mine
It is written in the stars above
The gods decree
You'll be right here by my side
Right next to me
You can run but you cannot hide

Don't say you want me, don't say you need me, don't say you love me
It's understood
Don't say you're happy out there without me
I know you can't be, 'cause it's no good

[rest of the lyrics here]

In The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms and its sequels, the gods are actual characters, and godlings - their offspring - are even more so. And today, when I heard that song, I thought, "Oh wow... what if Jareth were a godling, with all his attendant powers and vanities part and parcel of that birthright, and Sarah were a mortal girl living in the city of Sky who piqued his interest after a run-in and contest of wits?" Essentially, what if the characters and situations of Labyrinth were dropped into the world and framework of The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms?

It would be fucking amazing, that's what.

So, that's probably my next writing project, if I ever write again. *angst swoon* No one will read it but I will squee with delight the whole time I am working on it, which I think makes it worthwhile.

An eleven-year-old kid created a life-sized Dalek costume out of cardboard. What am I doing with my life?

I am cataloging old three-sentence fic fills (THERE ARE A FUCKLOAD OF THEM), and discovering many absurd things I do not have any recollection of writing. These things include:

  • Glee fic (omgwtfbbq)
  • Star Trek/Zorro crossover
  • LOTS AND LOTS OF unrequested PORN

I wrote 38 fills for the old three-sentence ficathon! Hooray for me. Post should be up soon, so STAY TUNED~
I associate pretty much every Rihanna song ever with Uhura/Kirk. WTF? I don't even ship them. I might write them, though, if I can make myself sit down to do it.

In 2011, I resolve to archive my commentfic in a master post, and also make a master list of all my fic. And to write fic about the Master. This I hereby swear.



Librarian by day, superhero by night!

Holy Dewey Decimals, Batman! DO WANT. DO WANT BADLY.


Barbara Gordon almost got her own TV show, and then didn't. LAME. Maybe I will do a Batgirl film short myself.
This post got rejected from ontd_startrek. Wheeee! I mean, it's not really even about space... so whatever. ANYWAY:

NASA Finds New Life

Article excerpt:

"NASA's geobiologist Pamela Conrad thinks that the discovery is huge and "phenomenal," comparing it to the Star Trek episode in which the Enterprise crew finds Horta, a silicon-based alien life form that can't be detected with tricorders because it wasn't carbon-based. It's like saying that we may be looking for new life in the wrong places with the wrong methods. Indeed, NASA tweeted that this discovery "will change how we search for life elsewhere in the Universe."

Full text!Réduire )

For images and video, check out the original post at Gizmodo.

(Raise your hand if you read the article, realized they've ONLY been looking for Earthlike life forms, and smacked yourself on the forehead. GUYS. DUH. Of COURSE you should be looking for life other than what's in our cozy carbon ghetto. Oy.)

(Then raise both hands and clap them together in appreciation of the dorkiness of NASA Trekkies. d'awwww. <3)
This is what the st_nyc_gqmfs HP7 meetup was like:

...except way crazier and more stylish. and with far fewer glitterpires.

Relatedly, HP6: the porn version!

That is all.