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the sneaky 2corbies has done it again:

All of Us Drown, f/k, and the only reason I know about it is thanks to the pingback bot. :)

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oh, awesome. but sneaky. [livejournal.com profile] 2corbies asked me a while back if I would mind if she did a podfic of The Question of Ghosts and I said, of course I don't mind, any and all of my stories are open for podreading or remixing or what have you.

Then she went and did it in the most fantastic manner possible. Really, she is an outstanding reader, and I don't know if she channels him or what, but I want her to read all my Fraser POV stories. I will chain her to a table or something. Comment on her reading, please, so she will do more. This is her first.

However, she didn't actually tell me she'd done it, so points off there, because it was posted weeks ago I think and I just only heard about it from [livejournal.com profile] suzumenoko!

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I should now confess, it being the holidays and all, that I wrote a kinky thing for the anonymous [livejournal.com profile] ds_kinkmeme under extreme duress (which is a lie) but maybe you can guess which one it is—

oh fuck it.

It's this one and it's very long (~2,500 wds) and involves a giant blue, sparkly dildo, so you SHOULD have been able to guess it was me being sneaky, anyway, because remember the river of minty blue lube? well, there you go.

I don't know why I was being so weird about it except it was kind of fun being anonymous for a change. hope you like it if you haven't seen it already.

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As a woman who sang bass in choir, who was so flat chested she got teased in swim class, and whose voice changed when she hit puberty (oh fun), I claim Caster Semenya as my peeps and say the ass hats demanding a gender test before they award her the gold medal should go stuff their ideas of gender into the tiniest orifice in their bodies they can find. Preferably one that will cause a painful infection later.

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Title: The Visible Man
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: Jim/Blair
Rating: PG
Wordcount: 1,270
Categories: FT, H/C
Warnings: none
A/N: Written for [livejournal.com profile] sentinel_thurs's glass challenge

The Visible Man )

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A message from the OTW:
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GeoCities, a web hosting site founded in the mid-1990s which gave free
home pages to its users, will close its doors sometime in 2009 and take
down all its sites. Many fans used the site; therefore fandom will be
losing a lot of its early archives and resources sites when GeoCities
closes.

If you are the owner of a fanfiction archive or resource, meta or other
fannish page on GeoCities and you do not have another hosting
alternative, we can help! Open Doors is teaming up with the Archive of
Our Own and Fanlore to preserve as much material as possible.
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For more info and links and how to get help moving/archiving your
Geocities pages, please go here:

http://transformativeworks.org/projects/geocities-rescue

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Title: The Migratory Path of the North American Whooping Crane
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: Fraser/RayK
Rating: NC-17
Categories: ER, PWP
Warnings: none
Wordcount: 2,665
Summary: Finding their way.

The Migratory Path of the North American Whooping Crane )

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Title: Rainy Sunday
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: Jim/Blair
Rating: PG
Wordcount: 600
Categories: pre-slash
Warnings: none

For [livejournal.com profile] sentinel_thurs: Rainy Sunday.

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Title: Five Times Ray Let Fraser Fuck Him
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: Fraser/RayK
Rating: NC-17 (yis)
Categories: FT, PWPish
Warnings: none
Wordcount: 2,300
Summary: Just...a whole lotta fucking.

For [livejournal.com profile] ds_flashfiction's Martyr Challenge: Five Times Ray Let Fraser Fuck Him.

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Title: In the Quiet
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: Fraser/RayK
Rating: NC-17
Categories: ER, PWP
Wordcount: 4,900
Summary: Sometimes, in the city, it's hard to hear the silences.

In the Quiet )

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Today (well, by the time I hit post) is Ada Lovelace Day, an international day of blogging to draw attention to women in technology. Please join in!

I don't think we have to look any further than the huge, complex network of fandom and the Organization for Transformative Works to see that women have a huge impact on technology. But this posting is also about my personal history, and how I walked the road from English Major to a fifteen year (eep) career as a programmer and software release engineer.
Read on... )

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Since I've posted a couple of stories lately, folks have been emailing me saying, hey, where the heck have you been? Well, a while back I volunteered for the Systems Committee at the OTW, where I've been spending my free time typing in the name of fandom. :)

And now the OTW is having a membership drive. If you aren't aware of the Organization for Transformative Works, it's a bunch of excellent fans doing excellent things in the name of fandom. For example, the Open Doors project, which is all about getting historical fan works treated with respect, *preserved* and archived, both in the OTW's own online archive (only with permission, of course) or as physical artifacts (zines and art.) We want to preserve our history and highlight its social importance: fanfiction and fanart as a legitimate genre and movement.

Other projects include getting good publicity out into the larger media (to counteract negative publicity), providing legal defense for fans who need it, striving to make changes to copyright laws to legitimize fanworks as fair use, and Fanlore, a fandom wiki devoted to preserving the history of transformative fanworks and the fandoms from which they have arisen.

Membership is $10. OTW is an absolute believer in fan privacy and takes careful steps to preserve the anonymity of its members. Please consider joining up and adding your voice to the preservation of fandom's history and works and the furthering of fandom:

http://transformativeworks.org/node/104

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for the [livejournal.com profile] ds_flashfiction delayed gratification challenge.

Title: Anticipation
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: F/K (implied), Dief/?
Rating: G
Wordcount: 720
Categories: DitL (day in the life)
Warnings: none
Now with Podfic recorded by kalakirya!

at ds_flashfiction: Anticipation

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Title: Plenty
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: Fraser/RayK
Rating: G
Wordcount: 750
Categories: futurefic
Notes: A totally, totally belated birthday snippet for [livejournal.com profile] nos4a2no9. Sorry, Nos! Started writing it but life bit me in the ass.

Plenty )

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A weird question for my flist:

when you were a kid, did you have a recurring nightmare? if so, what was it?

I had one that was the usual monster-somewhere-in-the-house-coming-to-get-me, but whenever I had a fever and was delirious I had another that was very hard to quantify. It came in various forms but the theme was the same. there was some gigantic piece of machinery, ponderously heavy, made of wooden cogs and levers and chains, and if I touched the wheel the machine would creak into motion and I knew I was destined to be chained to it forever keeping it moving. Or a giant pyramid of stone was suspended above me and I was holding it up but knew it would crush me eventually.

Something about responsibility, or adulthood, but there was also a sense of my insignificance in the giant scheme of things.

What about you, oh my flist?

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Title: Naked
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: Fraser/RayK
Rating: NC-17 (and how)
Wordcount: 936
Categories: post-CoTW, PWP
Notes: For anonymous and [livejournal.com profile] dragonflymuse. More Joy!

Naked )

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so I come home today brooding with the kind of generalized ennui that can only be achieved by riding the bike car on CalTrain for an hour, the car with the older, disturbed fella chanting, "End of the line! End of the line!" every couple of minutes while people crowd against and on top of each other in irritation, and I'm hoping somehow the organic tomato vegan quiche I purchased at the local co-op will dispel my vague discontent, when I log on to discover someone--an anonymous-type someone--has gifted me with a baby polar bear of More Joy, hoping it will gladden my heart.

and it does, is the thing, along with the lovely rubber ducky [livejournal.com profile] dragonflymuse gave me.

so, thanks, guys. I'm gonna go eat my quiche. and maybe write myself a nice, cozy PWP with Fraser on the bottom (who loves ya, baby?) to give my ya-yas a little work out.
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For the [livejournal.com profile] ds_flashfiction Documentation Challenge (we're in Amnesty.)

Title: Proof of Life
Author: [livejournal.com profile] arrow00
Pairing: Fraser/RayK
Rating: R (language)
Wordcount: 1,817
Categories: post-COTW AU, FT, angsty, dire lack of sex
Notes: Epistolary. I would use a handwriting font
but I find them unreadable.

At flashfiction: Proof of Life

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    2 0 0 9.

    here's hoping there's new peace.

    here's hoping there are advances in human understanding, both scientific and societal.

    here's hoping all our reaching out hands find each other. we all have something to offer, some purpose we tell ourselves we simply cannot fulfill. but I know we can.

    I've seen it right here in these communities I so cherish.

    so, thanks. and my best hopes for 2009.


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well, holy sheet. Christmas has been very, very good to me.

my short story, Fucking With Sandburg, has just won a Light My Fire Award in the Day In The Life category (Loft Stories Award).

My story Complicated won for the Clue Bus (First Time) category.

And apparently I've been voted first place in the LMFA category: Slash—New Author.

::gonk::

Thanks, my Sen-fan friends. I've been using the LFMAs from previous years to find great TS stories to read. It's kinda overwhelming to think people will be finding me there amongst the writers I admire.

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