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Recommended by [livejournal.com profile] chrysothemis, I give you a short story:

Until Forgiveness Comes
By K. Tempest Bradford
17 November 2008

a radio report on an annual commemoration of a bombing. I highly recommend it.

Not shiny, but velvet.
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So I got through the bit about the will. My gratitude to [livejournal.com profile] batdina and [livejournal.com profile] laureth, as well as an instructor in family law at my school, for their help and suggestions. (Believe me: that was a scene I did not want to write! I was grateful to avoid it.)

The thing as a whole may be seen here: http://wordwitch.insanejournal.com/tag/hell+of+a+home

Not too much more now.
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A great deal of gratitude is due to [insanejournal.com profile] ladyholder, who encouraged me to write this, and to Callie Sullivan, who wrote the transcript from which I am working.

Thank you both.
More of an attempt to work some things out in my head. Warnings for potentially triggering stuff, and choppy writing. And *Outcast*. )
Chapter 11
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A great deal of gratitude is due to [insanejournal.com profile] ladyholder, who encouraged me to write this, and to Callie Sullivan, who wrote the transcript from which I am working.

Thank you both.
More of an attempt to work some things out in my head. Warnings for potentially triggering stuff, and choppy writing. And *Outcast*. )
Part 10
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Author’s Note: in the question of which is the elder, I went by the actors’ relative birth dates.

A great deal of gratitude is due to [insanejournal.com profile] ladyholder, who encouraged me to write this, and to Callie Sullivan, who wrote the transcript from which I am working.

Thank you both.
More of an attempt to work some things out in my head. Warnings for potentially triggering stuff, and choppy writing. And *Outcast*. )
Part 9
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Story! by [livejournal.com profile] brownkitty, who is off creating quiet, thoughtful, OMGYIKES!!! worlds and societies in a handful of words whilst the rest of us fanfic all around her.

Go, read. And compliment.

ETA: she's locked it, durnit. Ask for permission.
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Author's note: A great deal of gratitude is due to [insanejournal.com profile] ladyholder, who encouraged me to write this, and to Callie Sullivan, who wrote the transcript from which I am working. Thank you both.

ETA: This section, and the previous section 7, have been combined. You may wish to re-read.

Still more of an attempt to work some things out in my head. Warnings for all kinds of nasty-ass stuff, and choppy writing. And *Outcast*. In fact, dialog taken directly from there, and in direct point of fact, you'd probably better have watched it to understand what's going on. )
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In honor of [livejournal.com profile] ladyholder's request, I give you Hell of a Home You've Got There, a work in progress set during, and great chunks of dialog carefully taken from, Outcast.

Read at your own peril.
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Author's note: A great deal of gratitude is due to [insanejournal.com profile] ladyholder, who encouraged me to write this, and to Callie Sullivan, who wrote the transcript from which I am working.

Thank you both.
Still more of an attempt to work some things out in my head. Warnings for all kinds of nasty-ass stuff, and choppy writing. And *Outcast*. In fact, dialog taken directly from there, last one and this one both. )
wordwitch: Woman in a shift, reading on a couch (Huh)
Author's note: A great deal of gratitude is due to [insanejournal.com profile] ladyholder, who encouraged me to write this, and to Callie Sullivan, who wrote the transcript from which I am working.

Thank you both.
Still more of an attempt to work some things out in my head. Warnings for all kinds of nasty-ass stuff, and choppy writing. And *Outcast*. )
wordwitch: Woman in a shift, reading on a couch (Huh)
Author's note: A great deal of gratitude is due to [insanejournal.com profile] ladyholder, who encouraged me to write this, and to Callie Sullivan, who wrote the transcript from which I am working.

Thank you both.
Still more of an attempt to work some things out in my head. Warnings for all kinds of nasty-ass stuff, and choppy writing. And *Outcast*. )
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Okay, the following is not for any strictly straight guy of my acquaintance. Really. I mean it. I'm looking at you.

For everyone else, [livejournal.com profile] versaphile pointed me at this. [livejournal.com profile] theamusedone, you want to read this if for some reason you haven't already. Every single slasher on the list needs to read it. I quote only from the description!:
But Chiasson teases us with his description of the dirtiest poem in the anthology, W.H. Auden's "The Platonic Blow," which Chiasson can only call "is the dirtiest verse written since Rochester — I can’t even talk about it here."

So how dirty is it, really?

It is really, really, really, really dirty. Like a Penthouse Forum letter, except in lively verse, and with no women. It's sort of great, and also sort of cheesy and awful, and also occasionally hilarious.
I swear: you will recognize some of this!

0.O

ETA such minor things as a closing italics tag and, oh yes, the link in question! The link - to both the description and to the poem, which is IN NO WAY worksafe, is under the word Description.
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In honor of International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant Wretch Day, here is Apple Island, supposedly complete in itself. I'd shown it originally only to friends; now I set it free to the masses.
Apple Island )
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Late as usual, nevertheless I have completed this story in honor of her birth and work.

Title: Hawksview
Fandom: Harry Potter
Pairing: Hootch/McGonagall
Rating: FRAO
Summary: It's time a little excitement was brought back into the game.
'I wanted to thank you, Minerva, for introducing Potter to Wood.' )
wordwitch: Woman in a shift, reading on a couch (Default)
Late as usual, nevertheless I have completed this story in honor of her birth and work.

Title: Hawksview
Fandom: Harry Potter
Pairing: Hootch/McGonagall
Rating: FRAO
Summary: It's time a little excitement was brought back into the game.
'I wanted to thank you, Minerva, for introducing Potter to Wood.' )

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