Seven Year Itch

24 May 2015 11:16
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It's my fanniversary today!

Back in 2008, at the urging of [ profile] herself_nyc — whose birthday it is! — I posted my first fic, Becoming Anne. This "urging" is no reflection on her estimation of my storytelling. (I'm pretty sure she thinks I'm too easy on Spike.) At that point, all she'd ever read from me were comments on her work. But she pointed me at LiveJournal and I'll be forever grateful.

What's going on in my corner of the fandom... )

New fic!

For [community profile] seasonal_spuffy I did a short update to my WIP, Fire in the Soul:

Title: Fire in the Soul (6a/9)
Author: Rebcake
Rating: PG13
Word count: 2075
Pairing: Spike/Buffy, with Dru and OCs.
A/N: Thanks for the quickie beta by MiAmor. NOT comics compliant.
Summary: A few years after Sunnydale’s spectacular demise, Buffy and her crew are getting on with their lives in San Francisco. A not entirely unwelcome blast from her past (Spike! It's Spike!) blows into town, but he’s brought more than the generally allowable amount of baggage with him.

6a — In which our heroes get closer to the source of the big, brewin' evil, if not each other.

To start at the beginning: Chapter 1 on LJ / Chapter 1 on DW / On AO3

How my writing is going… )

[Fic] Long, Like Memory

24 May 2015 17:16
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Cross-post from my archive.

Fandom/Arc: Daiya no Ace, Standalone
Characters/Pairings: Chris/Miyuki, Kuramochi Youichi, Miyuki Kazuya
Summary: Four moments when Miyuki actually thinks about his hair, often to keep from thinking about something else.
Meta: Drama with Angst and mild UST, I-3
Wordcount: 2057

His mother always combed his hair for school.

Long, Like Memory )
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EW re-watches Shadow .

DigitalSpy lists "7 Of Spike's Finest Moments in Buffy and Angel". "There's an impossible list to choose from – Spike arguably changed more dramatically than any other character in the Buffyverse, with the possible exception of Wesley, and the result is a goldmine of comedic and dramatic highlights" and Include Spike/Buffy in their "7 of TVs Most Toxic Romances". "Buffy/Spike began well, and ended well, thanks to season seven which righted many of six's wrongs by casting the pair as mostly non-romantic soulmates. But their actual sexual relationship is one huge poisonous mess".
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patterns that i observe in my recent-ish creative output, not that there's been so very much of it:

two of the most successful stories I've ever written, until you cry: now you must try my greed and Loving in the war years, use the same two-part structure of surprising the characters initially with an id trope (prostitution, body transformation/size kink/semi-foeyay), having them freak out over it and pull apart to get shit figured out, and concluding with a confession-heavy reunion and tentative get-together sequence

I'm stalled at exactly the same point in my body of work around the Star Wars OT and the Chronicles of Prydain. I've previously completed shorter-but-still-elaborate fics (A bed of daysided gold, Airy cages quelled) that try to repair the cracks in the characters' relationships that I observe in the respective source texts; now I've got these two large WIPs that I've had going for literally years that try to work through those issues instead of undoing them. They're stories that I feel very serious about, enough that I've blocked myself in terms of actual execution

the two pieces I'm closest to finishing right now are both small three-part things teasing the nightmares out of their respective canons (Prydain and BSG 78); they are pretty but dark and bleak

i want to write all these tiny sentimental inconsequential feels-bits of stuff in the Vorkosiverse, and keep not letting myself; and i'm doing the same self-censorship with my work on Peter Pan, even though that's bigger, maybe even biggest

I notice i've been dropping caps in my orthography more often lately, and that i;m likely to do so in two noticeable contexts: when i'm making confessions, and when i'm using academese or moving around academic topics. in the first situation it's more like whispering, but in the second it's totally a typed-up version of vocal fry, deliberately feminized/infantilized refusal to use language without an edge of sarcasm. i seem to be experiencing teen rebellion a decade late via tumblr. i kind of love it?
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I'm late because I missed my bus but luckily I had the foresight to record the show and since there are so many bring songs this year I'll probably be able to catch up by skipping them.

(the reason why I didn't blog the second semi-final was because all the songs were boring)

I wonder if we'll have China participating in the 70th anniversary? That's be interesting.

Read more... )

*sigh* There's no better reminder of the fact that the main population of Tumblr is both very young and very ignorant than following the eurovision tags during the contest... And if I see one more person joke about how "in Eurpe we don't have wars, we have Eurovision", I'm going to scream.

In all, quite a disappointing show (except for the excitement of the vote counting). I was expecting more from the 60th anniversary - both Sweden and Denmark had much better shows than Austria. And unpopular opinion, but as much as I liked Conchita Wurst last year, I don't think she was a very good green room host. Hopefully Sweden will have a better show next year. WIth luck Petra Mede will host again.
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Chapter Seven of Edge of Sorrow, Heart of Truth by [profile] feliciacraft.

Chapter Four of Storm Warnings by [personal profile] forsaken2003.

[community profile] fantas_magoria re-watches "Killed By Death" .

[profile] sueworld2003 talks about dualbunny's great BtVS videos .

Buffyverse icons by [personal profile] red_satin_doll.

Refinery29 includes Willow and Kennedy in their "The Worst TV Couples Who Never Should Have Gotten Together". "This was one of the most shoehorned relationships on TV. Basically, Joss Whedon employed the Bury Your Gays trope, and then quickly tried to fill that space with something that didn't feel right. Everything happened less than a year after the love of Willow's life was shot in front of her and she turned evil, almost destroying the world".

ComicBookResources previews Angel & Faith, Issue No. Fifteen .

A visit to Antalya

22 May 2015 21:00
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Disclaimer: I must emphasise that I didn’t take any of the photos in this post. They were all taken by [ profile] melissa_maples, who kindly rescued us from our magical ability to get lost even when given very specific directions, and led us to cake and culture in Kaleici. Not only is she a great tour guide, she is also a fantastic photographer and regular blogger and is pretty much directly responsible for our location choice for this holiday. I’m over the moon that we have her photos to remember this trip into Antalya (we were staying at a resort in Kemer, about an hour away by bus) and that there are several lovely ones of all of us together.

First stop, Güneş
Once Melissa had found us, we determined that the first order of business should be cake. We stopped at Güneş to eat tiramisu. The Turkish formula for tiramisu seems to be as follows:
  1. Remove alcohol, substitute additional chocolate
  2. Make cream filling as light and fluffy as possible
  3. Serve pieces nearly as large as baby’s head
  4. Profit

I can confirm that we cleaned our plates.

+lots of words & photos )

Overlooking the old city
Tourist family shot overlooking Kaleiçi.

Everybody together
Everybody smiling in Kaleiçi, except for Keiki who was pretty adamant about looking the other way.

Having admired the bay from several angles, we decided to start the hour and a half journey back to Kemer. We’d had a grand time and we figured it was best not to push Humuhumu too hard. She conked out almost immediately, clinging to the bloke like a baby koala, so we’re pretty certain that was the right decision.

It was terrific to spend facetime with an LJ friend I’ve known online for over ten years, and to be treated to such a tour of their city. I’ll treasure the memory of this day out. I’m so grateful to have these pictures to remind me of everything we did (and ate, yay fooood). [ profile] melissa_maples: <333333333!
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Sugar on the Asphalt , BtVS/TVD crossover by [personal profile] clockwork_hart1.

Chapter Two of Swan Song by [personal profile] clockwork_hart1.

Thinky thoughts on Season Ten, Issue No. Fifteen by perpetual .

USAToday prints [profile] denny_dc's column about fan fiction. Includes Journeys by [profile] mary5958 and His Body a Boat by [personal profile] romanyg.

Going south.

20 May 2015 18:23
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As is tradition around this time of year, we went on the motorway and visited family in Hesse. Text and pictures )

This time there we didn't go for the sights and while I had wanted to take the kid to the very famous castle, we of course didn't. You don't mess with tradition.

Edited for spelling picnic the German way.

Keiki and the Med

20 May 2015 15:20
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Me, standing in the cool water of the Mediterranean Sea and lifting Keiki over my head.

Our feet in the sea.

In case you've been wondering about the week-long silence - and even if you haven't - we returned home from our beach holiday in Turkey this morning at 4 AM. I've had about four hours of sleep in the past 48, so am a bit *stare*y.

It was pretty great, though, and I have a gajillion photos to share, and I'm looking forward to catching up with everyone's entries. But first, SLEEP.
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Give money to Amnesty International's double-page ad in the Times defending the Human Rights act:

(Even if you can't donate, I recommending refreshing the page from time to time; it's comforting watching the total go up.

ETA: they're now into over-funding and hoping to get an ad in the Torygraph too.)

Also, you can sign
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Wrath Over Reason , Giles by [profile] xspike4evax.

Chapter Twenty of Answering Prayers by [personal profile] velvetwhip.

[profile] kikimay has thinky thoughts on headcanons.

TinyFences podcast talks Angel .

Storywonk podcast talks Homecoming .

Hhwlod podcast talks Passion & Killed By Death.

Marenarasauce podcast talks Fool For Love & Darla .

AngelRewatch podcast talks Fredless.
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It's again time for my traditional Eurovision Song Contest liveblog.

Australians, if you're awake, vote for PKN! I'll vote for you in return.

(everyone else who can vote today should vote for PKN too)

under a cut so as not to spoil those Australians who aren't awake )
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EveryWoman signups close today! This has been your reminder. (Looking at you, [ profile] kwritten.)

Signups are also open for White Dwarf Rabbit Hole, the SFF lit exchange. There's a ton of good stuff in the tag set to choose from...

Avengers: Age of Ultron

18 May 2015 22:40
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Much like the film itself, this post has become far more sprawling and unwieldy than it was ever intended to be, so I might as well post it now before I lose the plot completely. I reserve the right to change my mind on some things once I manage to see it a second time.

All the spoilers )
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Chapter One and Chapter Two of What Lay Onward and What Behind , Spike/Buffy by [profile] feliciacraft.

Chapter One , Chapter Two and Chapter Three of Ipseity , Spike/Buffy by [personal profile] spuffy_luvr.

Are You Ready to Rumble? , Xander by [personal profile] dragonyphoenix.

Chapter Eight of The Gentleman Returns by [personal profile] slaymesoftly.

Chapter Three of Who's That Lady by [profile] dianthus42.

Sign-ups available for [community profile] summer_of_giles.

Cordelia video by [profile] rbfvid.

Spike/Buffy banner here and here by nmcil12.

WickedHorror includes Selfless, Beer Bad, Him, The Prom, The Zeppo, Once More With Feeling & Earshot in their "Episodes of Buffy That Shouldn't be Funny But Are". "For such a self-reflective episode, it still bears her trademark sense of humor and the pre-demon flashbacks are some of the funniest moments of the entire series...The best moment comes at the end, a direct response to FOX, when Xander asks ‘What did we learn about beer?” and Cave Buffy replies “Foamy... It’s a ridiculous episode, way funnier than it should be, especially as the girls decide what they’re going to do to prove they love this boy the most...there’s still something incredibly funny about a teenager training hell hounds to attack people in formal wear because a girl refused to go with him...The emotions, the angst, all of it becomes hilarious as Xander keeps interrupting the gang during what appears to be some of their most doomed and darkest moments up to that point....It’s fun, it’s incredibly funny—particularly that mustard number...but there’s a moment early on when Xander jokes “I always knew the lunch lady was going to take us out with that Mulligan Stew.”

Remixing season

17 May 2015 22:03
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I managed to return to read and post in time for Remix Redux. Which is about the only fannish writing I've done the last few years, so I'm glad they were running it a bit later than usual an that I caught it. \o/ (I'll admit to being a bit nervous too - as I don't have the rhythm of fannish writing. But I'm trusting that like in the past, it'll happen.)

I finally took the plastic wrap stuff off my living room windows and opened them wide. While the cat loved it, I immediately regretted it because it was a lot more humid than I realized. (This is why I need a smart phone back - to monitor humidity.) But that weather front moved on as windy wind moved in. So all windows are again closed as it's supposed to be a high of 45 tomorrow.

Makes me feel better about slacking on gym time in order to get out in the yard. I pulled out at least a cubic foot of post-compost soil to add to my newly made raised bed gardens. (The yard is way too packed and filled with small rocks to try in-ground gardening.)

The cat is now staring at me with intent to get me to call it a night. Best not to rile the lovey dove.

Dear Everywoman Creator

17 May 2015 12:52
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General things I like: psychological horror, existential horror, weird plants, creepy ruins, creepy weird landscapes, body horror, amnesia. Kink negotiation, body appreciation, touching and teasing, xeno kink, women in charge, watersports, enemas, stuffing/belly kink (those last three are my kink trifecta; feel free to consider any of them as prompts for any of these fandoms!). A/B/O, tentacles, wingfic, steampunk vibes, mpreg.

General things I don’t like / DNW: sexual violence or threats thereof; gore for the sake of gore; death of the POV character; trauma to eyes, hands, or teeth. Larger person physically dominating smaller one, comeplay, non-con, D/s-type punishment. Infidelity, first-person POV, crossovers (exceptions noted).

Jupiter Ascending, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Downton Abbey, Supernatural, Saga )

Sunday music: Blues

17 May 2015 14:00
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Something happened in the mid-to-late-40s. For decades, the blues had been written off as "race records" (no, seriously, that was the official term) and existed in its own world at a safe distance from the white mainstream. Now it moved north from the Mississippi Delta up to the big industries in Chicago and Detroit, bought itself electric guitars and started kicking ass and taking names. That's the root of rock'n'roll, soul, funk, hip-hop, anything you've listened to over the last 60 years. Not the only root, obviously - Muddy Waters' favourite musician was Hank Williams - but the blues added something; sex, desperation, defiance, fun, volume.

With the death of BB King on Thursday, the last of the great original electric blues players is gone. A door to the past has closed. I'm not putting this behind a cut.

The selection here is of artists who started making their mark before anyone had heard the name "Elvis Presley". For some strange reason, all the live footage available is from many years later. When the Stones first came to the US, they asked to see Muddy Waters; their American record company asked "Where's that?"

Elmore James (1918-1963)

Aleck Miller AKA Sonny Boy Williamson (1912-1965)

Aaron Thibeaux "T-Bone" Walker (1910-1975)

Chester Burnett AKA Howlin' Wolf (1910-1976)

McKinley Morganfield AKA Muddy Waters (1913-1983)

Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton (1926-1984)

John Lee Hooker (1917-2001)

Riley "BB" King (1925-2015)

(You can see this whole show here, and you should.)

opening credits I like

17 May 2015 18:44
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So, I was thinking about opening credits that I like...

Kinda just what it says on the tin, really...

several samples )

Notice any similarities?

All of them are about 50 seconds long, and show a great deal of the theme of the show, without showing anything at all of the show itself. With funky music of the appropriate style.

And aren't they cool?

Honourable mention must go to The American President (a movie, so disqualified, but the credits make me feel proud to be an American and I'm not one), Battlestar Galactica (for the initial theme-part combined with the spectacularly fast race through the upcoming episode), and Farscape (for being the coolest set of credits that don't fit my description of credits-I-like above).
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Let Me Pencil You In , Buffy/Willow by [profile] kwritten.

Proposal , Buffy/Willow/Oz/Angel by [personal profile] dragonyphoenix.

Chapter Seven of The Gentleman Returns by [personal profile] slaymesoftly.

Chapter Ten of Broken by [personal profile] waddiwasiwitch.

Thinky thoughts on Season Ten by [personal profile] teragramm.

Spike/Buffy banners by [personal profile] comlodge.

Spike/Buffy comic icons by [personal profile] teragramm.

Spike/Buffy comic icons by [profile] double_dutchess.

EW chooses Angel as DB's "Who Did They Play Best". "For starters, this brooding vampire with a heart of gold poetically fell in love with the vampire slayer. Right up there with Kelly Taylor, Angel has suffered a lot. Death. Hell. Gypsy curses. Love. Becoming a puppet. And yet, he perseveres—fighting the good fight, always primed to “help the helpless.” Cult status achieved. Winner: Angel (vampires live forever)". And AH wins as Willow . "One was a brainy witch; the other an artistic kindergarten teacher. Both were endearing, had lesbian tendencies, and yet they were completely their own characters. Throughout her nine-year run, we see a lifetime of Lily (and Marshall) through breakups, weddings, hairstyles, slaps, births, and deaths. Yet Willow prevails. Our favorite little witch went from goofy sidekick to supreme being, and played a central part in saving the world—a lot. Am I just bitter over HIMYM‘s finale? Nah, Willow wins. Always.
Winner: Willow Rosenberg".
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What are y'all reading and watching lately?

I've been picking away at due South. It's just so cute and fuzzy, you guys!

In reading I'm on a Patricia McKillip kick while also working my way through the Hugo-nominated novels. The Three-Body Problem had a lot of interesting ideas, and I love the creepiness as the mystery unfolds over the first 2/3. It's been many moons since I read a book that cared this much about pure science, rather than applied. All that talk about the three-body problem was almost as good as math. :D The backstory dumps that come after the reveal just kill the momentum, though. And now I'm a little way into The Goblin Emperor, which so far is a fine and pleasant read but has not distinguished itself to me at all. I'm also hoping some more women show up soon. (NO SPOILERS. Remember I am a delicate flower about spoilers!)

I've actually read more in the past month than I feel like I have in a really long time. This makes me very happy.

That said, I'm so behind on comics. I have a whole pile I need to get to. In a few weeks, maybe. And I see there are new issues of Copperhead out! \o/
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Though it was touch and go for a while there.

Good lord, it has been over a month since I last posted anything and *mumbledy mumble* since I last responded to comments, because I am a terrible human being. Let's see... well, on the Crohn's front, the Humira worked really well for a while until it didn't, and now I am sick and kinda miserable again. We are running out of new drugs to try, though, so the best option might be to stick with the injections. The thing about Humira is that it has been on the market for years, but it is generally assumed that the FDA-approved dosage is not sufficient for a lot of people, hence why they are doing clinical trials at a higher dose like the one I just did. And I will say, when I was getting 4 injections a week, I felt a LOT better. But  after the first month, I dropped down to the approved dose of one injection every other week, which ain't doing it for me. Once the trial's over, I can maybe go up to weekly instead of every other, so hopefully that's enough? I have a few more weeks on this clinical trial and then another colonoscopy YAY

On the plus side, I have not regained the 15 pounds I lost, and I have acquired a new skill in administering subcutaneous injections? \o/

This whole trial has coincided - naturally! - with the BUSIEST TIME OF THE YEAR in work, since we had our big conference thingy last week, in which I have a WHOLE DAY that I am responsible for and it basically takes over my life for the six weeks prior. It went really well and everyone was happy and then I came home and literally slept for 18 hours. Oddly enough, prior to the conference, I'd been having some really unpleasant insomnia, possibly as a side effect of the Humira? But apparently I managed to cure that by working myself to the point that I literally could not stay awake any longer. (Or the insomnia's just not affecting me as much now that I'm on a lower dose of the drug.) Yay?

And of course, because Marvel is COMPLETELY INCONSIDERATE about scheduling their movie premieres during the WORST WEEK OF MY LIFE, I have not had the opportunity to squee over Avengers: Age of Ultron. Then again, perhaps it was for the best that I wasn't posting linkspams during the press tour, because it was a pretty epic shitshow, lol. Seriously. Joss was tired and cranky and then quit Twitter. RDJ walked out of a really uncomfortable interview. Chris Evans was noticeably drunk for the whole thing. Jeremy Renner was a douche. And poor Mark Ruffalo was publicly begging his own employers to put out some goddamned Black Widow merchandise because Disney doesn't care about girl fans.

I did get to see the movie, and I will have a long rambly post about it at some point. I was kind of hoping to see it again before I tried to gather my thoughts, since I was fairly exhausted and just wanted to squeeze it in before the conference started because I knew if I didn't, I'd totally spoil myself. But I'm not sure when I'm going again, and I have almost 2,000 words written, lol, so we'll see. 

I feel like there are a lot of TV things I should want to talk about, but it's all a bit of a blur. I sort of gave up on posting linkspams, what with being exhausted and not having any time. But I'm actually not sure I want to go back to them? Way back in yesteryear, I used to have a lot more ~thoughts and, like, wrote actual posts about actual things, and I would like to do more of that, if I can remember how to sentence the words and whatnot. The linkspamming is sort of a shortcut to say "hey things are happening with things I care about!" without having to put a lot of thought into it, whereas ideally I would maybe address fewer of those things but actually have something to say about them? I don't know. Maybe I will just disappear for another six weeks and only pop up to reassure you I am still breathing.

So, how have YOU been? What's new? What have I missed?
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With all the buzz about Simon Baker officially announcing that he's going to direct a movie based on Tim Winton's book Breath, I decided to check out IMDb to see what Robin Tunney was doing (answer: just some boring-looking sports movie).

And found out from the related news section that they're remaking The Craft.

I'm not generally anti-remakes because smetimes they can be good, but no. Just no.

The Craft (together with Empire records) was one of THE formative movies of my late teens, and an idea of a remake just makes me nope, nope, nope.

(I would not be against a sequel with Tunney, Neve Campbell, Rachel Tru and Fairuza Balk, however...)
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So I'm not into RPF at all, but I'll be damned if I'm not almost starting to ship Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny thanks to how cute they've been together lately.

(Is there a portmanteau for them now, by the way? Because the XF fandom predates the whole portmanteau craze, back in the day we just called DD/GA shippers snoggers, but there wasn't a shipname as such.)

And I know that I'm probably just setting myself up to a disappointment, but I also can't help the fact that I'm starting to get really, really, really, really excited about the new X-files series. Like haven't-been-this-excited-about-the-show-since-2003-or-the-original-cast-since-the-90's excited. THE NEW SERIES WILL BE GOOD! IT. WILL. BE. GOOD.
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The Return of the Zeppo , Spike/Buffy by [personal profile] maryperk73703.

Done Fighting In , Spike/Buffy by [profile] slashluv18.

Chapter Four of The Gentleman Returns by [personal profile] slaymesoftly.

[community profile] fantas_magoria re-watches "Phases" .

Storywonk podcast talks Beauty and the Beasts .

Hhwlod podcast talks Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered.

Tinyfences podcast talks The Pack .

Daredevil fic recs, please?

13 May 2015 16:40
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I just finished the series yesterday & I basically want all of the stories. I've already read these two by poisonivory, which are fantastic Foggy-POV stories (one missing scene & one Foggy/Matt). I'm basically on board for anything about those two, anything about Karen, any gen or world building, MCU crossovers,etc.

Stories, please?


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