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Oct. 20th, 2033 01:18 pm
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Hello! Thanks for dropping by. I'm brand-new to all this, and anyone is most welcome to friend me. Do leave me a message or comment if you do. Here's my AO3

trope bingo card! )
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Hey, Yuletider! Firstly: I hope you have a fabulous Yuletide. It's my first time here, and my first time requesting gift fic in general, so chances are I'll love whatever you write.
 
If you're stuck or interested, here's some stuff on the kinds of stories I like. I'm looking forward to reading your story!

Dear Yuletider... )
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 (Hello, new fandom. Canon queers in a radio shack in the middle of an apocalyptic wasteland? YAY!) Written some time ago for the Iron Zombies challenge on tumblr.

these words hold no power over you - 1500 words of stargazing and conversations about hipster food, old stories, and new stories

fireworks - 1300 words of Canada Day, Guy Fawkes' Night, and something new


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I made a Night Vale / Zombies Run! AU, because both stories begin with a newcomer in town, and involve a guiding voice on the radio. It'll be around 20k when it's done, and there's 8k up on AO3 so far: here.  

In which Carlos lands in an unfamiliar place, and runs. )
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Two short things about life being difficult and dangerous, and how a loving partner can't make that disappear but they can stand beside you as you face down the hard stuff. 2000 words, on AO3 here

a bowling alley, and a lack of mirrors )
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On AO3 here. 1200 words. 

So, you know how fanfic is amazing because you can read about your OTP falling in love in a hundred different ways? I feel like I could read stories about Carlos falling for Night Vale, and the ways in which that's all tied up with Carlos falling for Cecil, and all that is strange and monstrous while also being innocent and kind, all day long. And, politics of space? Like, that thing where, there are loads of places where it's impossible to walk, or there's no public transport, and there's all this hierarchy and stuff over who the people are who get to have freedom of movement in places, and what that means for folks who are marginalised in various different ways? So interesting, and, I think, a whole lot more terrifying than mysterious glowing clouds or sudden pterodactyl attacks. Anyway, excuse me while I roll around in all the feelings ever about our own dear sweet Night Vale.

so many feelings )
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On AO3 here. Complete: 14,000 words.

So I wrote a multichapter thing with plot and stuff! I've been wanting to tell the story of "Strexcorp take over Night Vale, and the community fights back" for absolutely ages - the outline for this was written back in November! - and writing this, with the plot and the multiple characters and multiple arcs and ideas and everything, has been a pretty big learning curve. I'm so pleased to finally be able to share it. As always, many thanks for reading! <3

Summary from AO3: 

The day the yellow helicopters come starts out ordinary, with only one mysterious new portal and potentially deadly spillage reported first thing in the morning. Carlos contemplates some difficult truths about Night Vale, and Cecil is patient yet hopeful.

In which Strexcorp take over Night Vale, our friendly desert community fights back along all the fronts it can, and Carlos, who is considering the implications of staying in Night Vale long-term, learns a few new things about heroism, community, and scientific integrity. Updates weekly!

some chapters )
 
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 *runs around in excitement* 

Not A Smiling God, in which Tamika Flynn assembles the resistance after Strexcorp take over the school, is read by lunchee and that's the podfic link right there.

I adore the podfic: lunchee's voice is lovely to listen to, I think the reading is evocative and authentic, and hearing lunchee's take on the characters' voices added more depth to the image of them I had in my head, which was really great.

(I'm ridiculously flattered, also, to have gotten work of mine podficced - so much yay!)

It's part of the Awesome Ladies Podfic Anthology IV, and if you decide to check out the podfic and you enjoy it, please do leave feedback for the podficcer over on AO3! 

PS. does anyone know how I add the funky "works inspired by this one" to the bottom of my version so it links over to it… ?
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