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Title: Interregnum
Author: abi z. / [personal profile] azephirin
Fandom: MCU/Daredevil
Pairing: Natasha/Matt
Summary: [A] period of freedom from some authority....A breach of continuity; an interval, pause, vacant space.
Rating: NC-17
Word count: ~4500
Author's note: Set very shortly after Captain America: The Winter Soldier (but with spoilers for Avengers: Age of Ultron) and at some unidentified future point in Daredevil.

AO3 ++ || ++ DW
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Title: Who Fights with Monsters
Author: Hagar
Length: 19.7k words
Characters: Jordan McKee, Eleanor Carr, Dwight Hendrickson, Lizzie Hendrickson, Original Characters
Rating: M
Content Advisory: mentions of sexual violence, male-on-female; suicide, teen female; hate crime and social violence; physical violence and vigilantism, female-on-male; higher-res advisory available in notes of the linked fic, and you can always ask me for extra details.
Summary: In summer 2004, Jordan brought a Troubled girl home to Haven. In summer 2005, she buried her.

Link: Who Fights with Monsters

Notes. Or: everything you need to know about Haven in a paragraph in a half, where the show seriously fucked up with Jordan McKee and with women in paramilitary organizations, and how this fic goes about that. )
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She'll Flim-Flam Every Nation (300 words) by theladyscribe
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Carmen Sandiego/Steve Rogers
Characters: Carmen Sandiego, Steve Rogers

"I collect national treasures, and you are the grandest prize I've had the pleasure of capturing."

Inspired by Amy's post on tumblr, "Okay but what if Carmen Sandiego, on her quest to steal national monuments, kidnapped Captain America." I just took it to its logical conclusion: but what if in her quest to steal national monuments, she seduced Captain America.

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[personal profile] dueltastic
Title: Love in a Cold Climate
Pairing: Multiple het Kanna pairings.
Characters: Kanna, Pakku, Iroh, Jeong Jeong, Piandao, Bumi, Sokka, Katara, Bato, Hakoda, some OCs, some animals.
Length: ~16,000 words
Rating: light R
Credits: Beta kindly done by [personal profile] attackfish; the remaining mistakes are mine. A snippet of poetry about plums is loosely adapted from Wang Wei (701-761). The title is stolen from Nancy Mitford, but since she stole it from Orwell, I like think of it more as redistributing the wealth that was appropriated by the upper classes.
Author's Notes: I couldn't shake the feeling that Pakku had an awfully easy redemption. And that Kanna, who made an amazingly brave trip all the way to the other side of the world to avoid marrying him, got quickly turned into the rubber stamp of approval on his emotional growth, without a word about how incredible she and her story were. Man, women get erased awfully fast from stories after doing amazing, high-cost things, while the guys get their dream rewards handed to them in return for not being a total sexist asshat for two episodes. The show got that one kinda wrong. So here's a correction; this is more how that should have gone down.
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The Shipping Forecast (7368 words) by dueltastic
Fandom: Foyle's War
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Christopher Foyle/Hilda Pierce
Characters: Hilda Pierce, Christopher Foyle, Sir Alec Meyerson, Major Eric Stafford
Additional Tags: Older Characters, Older Woman, Women Being Awesome, Women In Power, Women in the Military, Female Anti-Hero, Cold War, Espionage, Trope Bingo Round 3, Mind Games, Spies & Secret Agents, Radio, BBC, 1940s
Summary: One of them thinks it's a story about a defector. One of them thinks it's a story about trust. One of them knows the story, all except how it ends.  Set in Season 8, no specific spoilers after Season 3.

And some Hilda squee:

Hilda Pierce (Foyle's War)

I adore Hilda Pierce.  She's an incredibly unusual character on television: a non-glamorous middle-aged woman in a position of power, a female anti-hero who extracts multiple ethical compromises from the hero of the show, who is treated with respect by the show - she's never made to lose in order to make the hero look good, or made to look foolish because she's at odds with him, or softened to become more likable.  (In fact, she has just about none of the traits commonly used to code women as sympathetic.)  She remains intensely competent, complex, ruthless, and in a state of delicate truce with the hero of the show, based on a healthy and cautious mutual respect.  She starts at the Special Operations Executive during the war, the department of dirty tricks that specializes in "ungentlemanly warfare", and later moves into MI5 at the start of the Cold War.  She does necessary and very dirty jobs, which she's tremendously good at and doesn't apologize for.  She's treated with the same dignity as the hero of the show, despite representing the opposite moral view on whether good people should do bad things - and she's definitely one of the good guys, despite what she does.  They show the difference between her, and the people in her job who don't have her integrity.  Even so, she goes some quite dark places at times, especially in her later appearances; morality around her is not always simple, and not always comfortable.  But basically her role is to quietly and efficiently out-bad-ass everyone around her.

She's a bit of a love-her-or-hate-her character; she gets a lot of respect because the show treats her very well, but she can be a tough sell for some viewers.  She's also somewhere between an occasional recurring character and a series regular, which means she's not really one of the first characters people name on the show, and it's a tiny fandom that doesn't produce a lot of fic, which basically adds up to not a lot of Hilda fic at all, and not much visibility of Hilda fans.  That's a shame, because she's a tremendously unusual and well-done character, and several sorts of subtle and complex and fun.
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Title: Stormsdaughters
Creators: [ profile] cantarina (podfic), [ profile] Hagar (fic)
Length: ~2k words, ~13 minutes
Rating: G
Category: f/f
Fandom: Parasol - Tori Amos (Song)
Notes: Fic and podfic co-created as part of the Pod Together Lightning challenge ([community profile] pt_lightning). Both streaming and download available.

Summary: People would say that no-one knew where I’d come from but my mother always said that that was not true. And so that I don’t forget she named me Gale; because, she said, I came to her from the storm.

On AO3
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[personal profile] ashen_key
Because Tauriel from the Hobbit movies is fierce and fantastic, have a drabble!

TITLE: some kind we never forgive
AUTHOR: [personal profile] ashen_key
WORDS: 100
CHARACTERS: Tauriel (mention of Thranduil, Thorin, and Kili)
PAIRING: slightly implied Kili/Tauriel
A/N: Title comes from Neil Finn's "A Song of the Lonely Mountain" (Some folk we never forget / Some kind we never forgive / Haven’t seen the end of it yet)
SUMMARY: Tauriel, no longer turning away.

some kind we never forgive @ AO3
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Hi all!

This post is in honour of the wonderful Irene from BBC Sherlock. She inspired me to make art and post my first ever fic here one dw which is basically about Irene being awesome.

Title: You Call It Madness
Author: [personal profile] mekare
Rating: NC17
Pairing: no pairing (one could argue for one-sided Moriarty/Sherlock)
Summary: Moriarty is bored (when is he ever not?) and horny. So he calls Irene to talk about his favourite subject. Set during A Scandal in Belgravia.
Warnings: present tense, discussion of a decidedly non-con fantasy, virgin fetish, and well, come on. It's Moriarty!
Wordcount: 2166

Title: Art for kinkmeme fill
Artist: [personal profile] mekare
Rating: PG-13
Pairing: no pairing
Characters: Sherlock Holmes, Irene Adler
Summary: for the prompt: Ace!Sherlock and Lesbian! or Simply-not-attracted-to-Sherlock!Irene Adler bathe together and wash each other's hair.
Warnings: none, some nudity

Title: my first impression of Irene
Artist: [personal profile] mekare
Rating: PG-13
Pairing: no pairing
Characters: Sherlock Holmes, Irene Adler
Summary: Summarizes my feelings about her character after A Scandal in Belgravia
Warnings: none
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[personal profile] dueltastic
 Not Waving But Drowning (2811 words) by dueltastic
Fandom: Foyle's War
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Relationships: No Romantic Relationship(s), or Ambiguous or Implied Relationship(s), or Christopher Foyle/Hilda Pierce if you squint (which I recommend trying, it's fun)
Characters: Hilda Pierce, Christopher Foyle, Samantha Stewart
Additional Tags: Older Characters, Older Woman, Women Being Awesome, Women In Power, Women in the Military, World War II, Cold War, Implied/Referenced Torture, Canon-Typical Violence
Summary: Things we did in the past are never past.
Author's Note: There's a scene missing at the end of "The Cage". This is it. (Spoilers for "The French Drop", "The Eternity Ring", and "The Cage". Did I mention massive spoilers for "The Cage"?)
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[personal profile] dueltastic
Title: The Lights Go On Again All Over the World
Fandom: Foyle's War
Characters: Christopher Foyle/Hilda Pierce
Wordcount: 5200
Rating: hard R/NSFW
Summary: Victory in Europe, and other negotiated cessations of hostilities.
Author's Notes: Follows closely after "All Clear", many spoilers up to that point.

Because Hilda Pierce. Hilda Pierce is awesome.
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Shadowed Heart by [ profile] miri_cleo
Rating: General Audiences
Archive Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Category: Gen
Fandom: Once Upon a Time (TV)
Character: Cora (Once Upon a Time)
Additional Tags: Spoilers, Motherhood, Drabble

Cora's thoughts ("The Miller's Daughter" spoiler)at her death.
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[personal profile] ciaan
Title: Pull
Fandom: Warehouse 13
Pairing: HG/Myka
Rating: explicit
Summary: For the Porn Battle prompts 'alive' and 'hair pulling' and the Kink Bingo square 'painplay (other)'.

Title: Art Of Love
Fandoms: Criminal Minds/Bones crossover
Pairing: Penelope Garcia/Angela Montenegro
Rating: teen
Summary: For the Porn Battle prompts 'drawing' and 'sexy'.

Title: Night Flight
Fandom: DCU
Pairing: Kon/Cassie/Cissie
Rating: teen
Summary: For the Porn Battle prompt 'beach'.

Title: Strapped
Fandom: DCU
Pairing: Tana/AU-girl-Kon
Rating: explicit
Summary: For the Kink Bingo square 'pegging/strap-ons'.
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[personal profile] ciaan
Title: Passion
Fandom: Sky High
Pairing: Layla/Will/Warren
Rating: R
Summary: Layla's new flower breeding attempt has an unexpected result. 722 words.
Notes: Written for the Porn Battle prompt "sex pollen". On a sex pollen Kinsey scale of fluffy to hinky this is fluffy.
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[personal profile] ciaan
Title: The Spoiler and the Bat-Girl versus the Mechanical Menaces
Author: ciaan
Fandom: DC Comics
Characters: Stephanie Brown/Cassandra Cain
Rating: G
Warnings: none
Spoilers: just Steph
Summary: Steampunk Victorian AU. 1,180 words.

Dear Diary - Today brought many Events of which you ought to be informed. I do not even know which one to mention first! Perhaps I shall start with the one that is quickest to tell - and most socially acceptable.
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[personal profile] azephirin
Title: Upon the Shore, Beneath the Bridge
Author: abi z. / [personal profile] azephirin
Fandom: The Dark Knight Rises
Pairing: Bruce/Selina
Summary: Let's meet tomorrow if you choose upon the shore, beneath the bridge that they are building on some endless river.
Rating: NC-17
Spoilers: The movie.
Word count: ~4300

AO3 ++ || ++ DW
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[personal profile] dhamphir
Title: Taking Flight
Author: [personal profile] dhamphir
Fandom: Birds of Prey (TV)
Pairing: Oracle/OFC-Ravenhawk (pre-slash if you squint hard enough)
Rating: G
Word Count: ~1260
Summary: A new Bird joins the team.
Spoilers/timeline: Set post series, so everything is fair game.
Archive: By permission
Disclaimer: Birds of Prey belongs to Laeta Kalogridis, The WB, and DC Comics. I’m just playing in their universe a little bit. No copyright infringement intended, no money being made.
A/N1: Set in the TV verse of Birds of Prey with a tip of the hat to Smallville.
A/N2: Special thanks to [personal profile] ryoshu for the quick beta! Thanks to my evil twin for prompting me into finally writing within this universe. [personal profile] geekgrrllurking's prompt: Oracle, wish I could fly
A/N3: As always, dedicated to my girl [personal profile] quiethearted.

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[personal profile] hagar_972
Title: Sowing the Wind
Fandom: NCIS: Los Angeles
Rating: G
Genre: gen
Characters: Lara Macy, Hettie Lange, Nate Getz
Summary: Lara Macy works with some very talented people; unfortunately, they're all crazy. Or, how and why Sam and G were assigned as partners.
Author's note: in which Macy and Hettie aren't clear on who's running this place, but they are clear that Macy brings the cookies and Hettie makes the tea.

AO or below. )
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[personal profile] hagar_972
Title: Takes More Than Two to Tango
Author: Hagar
Rating: G
Relationship: Kelsey/Nancy
Wordcount: ~2,300
Notes: written for [ profile] Rivulet027 as part of Alpha's Magical Fic Exchange.
Summary: Take one space shuttle pilot, add one adrenaline-junkie rock-climbing Ranger, season with assorted friends and family and stir well.

AO3 | DW
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Title: An Ineffable Game
Author: [personal profile] somnolentblue
Fandom: Ballad of Mona Lisa (music video)
Word Count: Approx. 8000
Characters, Pairing: Mary Cavendish, Brendon Pheles, Alexandria Ivanova. Mary/Brendon.
Rating: NC-17
Summary: In which Mary attends a celebration hosted by the Society of Naps, Ocarinas, and Gambols, discovers something rather unexpected, and lays a wager that becomes quite complicated.

Notes: Written for [personal profile] verbosewordsmith during Yuletide 2011. You can view the source video at The Ballad of Mona Lisa [youtube, 3:34]. Many, many thanks to my fabulous betas; all remaining errors are my own. Concrit is welcomed, and feedback is love.

An Ineffable Game at DW
An Ineffable Game at AO3
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[personal profile] mammothluv
Title: Somewhere Different Now
Fandom: Friday Night Lights
Character: Lyla Garrity
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1,105
Summary: Lyla Garrity remembers the town that shaped her while making a life for herself somewhere new.
Disclaimer: Friday Night Lights belongs to NBC/Direct TV and the the show's creators. I'm not making any profit and no copyright infringement is intended.
Notes: This was written for [personal profile] slinkling for Yuletide 2011 and was originally posted on AO3. The title is inspired by the Girlyman song of the same name. Many thanks to [ profile] ishie and [ profile] everywherestars for their beta work!

(not quite lost, not quite found, just somewhere different now...)


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