starlady: the AO3 cake is not a lie (cake is (not) a lie)
The awesome [ profile] cloudlake has made a podfic of my fic Songs by Ono no Komachi! If you like that kind of thing, you should give it a listen!
starlady: A typewriter.  (tool of the trade)
via [personal profile] dira and many other people: When you see this, share 3 random lines from 3 WIPs.

  1. Charles imagines this is what skydiving feels like, or BASE jumping, or any stupid endeavor where you fling yourself out into empty space and trust in something outside yourself to save you from the fatal embrace of gravity. For Charles, that’s Erik. Here and now, he’s making his choice.
  2. “Erik, you pratt,” Charles breathed. “Why did you think I stripped naked and paraded myself around for you at the swimming hole the other day?”
    “Er,” said Erik.
  3. Of course no monarch ruled alone; he or she was only as good as their armies, their commanders, their agents, their advisors, and Georgiana was under no illusions on that score, either. She had a half-blood mage, a flighty prince, an embittered marchioness and a handful of Naval officers, plus whomever she could scrape up in the various barrels of Europe, to confront the ruthless and experienced realms of that continent. The Caribbean was wealthy, and its commerce the envy of Christendom, but money was an unintelligent beast; it wanted direction. So too did Georgiana, and she would have to provide it herself.
starlady: The Avengers regroup in Midtown (Natasha, Steve, Clint, Thor) (more legendary and more desperate)
Radio Nowhere (438 words) by starlady
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanov
Additional Tags: Queer History, Banter, Steve and Natasha are bros, East Coast feelings

"He was cute," Natasha says as they're passing some place called Georgetown.

starlady: Kermit the Frog, at Yuletide (yuletide)
My Yuletide authors were [ profile] snow (Paper Dreams, Escapist) and [ profile] jadelennox (Wishing you a peaceful future from the earthlings). Thank you both so much!

For Yuletide this year I wrote something that I think was actually somewhat predictable:

The Lost Revolution (4258 words) by starlady
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Gullstruck Island | The Lost Conspiracy - Frances Hardinge
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Hathin, Minchard Prox, Tomki (Gullstruck Island)
Additional Tags: Revolution
Summary: The Lost Revolution, and how it came to pass.

A huge, huge thank-you goes out to [personal profile] ellen_fremedon, who beta-read my draft at very nearly the eleventh hour and told me what I had suspected but hadn't wanted to hear, that it needed to be much longer and that I actually needed to show, you know, the actual revolution in question. The story is much stronger for her comments, seriously.

Yuletide having been revealed, it's time for the End of Year Fanworks meme! 2013 was another fallow year in most respects, but here it goes anyway.

X-Men: First Class
[WIP] Sweeter Than Honey, Your Eyes - There are many ancient Rome AUs; this one is mine. Okay, by "many" I mean about five, and most of them including mine don't meet the request in this particular kinkmeme comment, which I will admit made me laugh. I actually have most of this story plotted out, and I do intend to finish it; but it's also me looking head-on at some of my own tastes in XMFC fic, and in my own way trying to make a little restitution. It's also been a very enjoyable excuse to read up on Roman sexuality and other aspects of Roman society. My ancient urban Rome seminar got a lot more interesting after I started writing this fic, that's for sure.

Five-Minute Studies - Hello, my past and current lives! Chapter one is a grad student AU and chapter two is a string quartet AU. I at one point had most of a Philadelphia Orchestra AU worked out in my head, and while I'm not sure I'll ever write it, it was fun writing the string quartet one in particular. I love playing music.

The Most Sincere Patch - I like to think I'm getting better at writing short fic, but really I have no way of knowing. This one was inspired by tumblr (as was the Roman AU) and it makes me smile. Charles and Erik meet cute at a Halloween party. 'Nuff said.

Frances Hardinge
The Fractured Realms
Paragon's Tale - I love Frances Hardinge's books, and in particular I love the Fractured Realms books. This fic, a tag for Paragon after the end of Twilight Robbery, is something of a love letter to the books--I did my best to try to capture some of the same rhythms of Hardinge's language, and I also did my fallback Yuletide trick of setting my fic at solsticetide. It makes me happy.

Gullstruck Island
The Lost Revolution - In previous years I have sometimes made it my practice to offer as a Yuletide fandom a source I have not previously consumed. My Pillow Book Yuletide story of 2010, Bangai (Apocrypha), was one such effort; I hadn't previously read The Pillow Book before I got assigned the request for the exchange. In this year's case, I had Gullstruck Island sitting unread on my shelf, and I signed up late enough in the exchange that to be quite honest, some careful scrutiny of the sign-ups list allowed me to game the system to some extent--I offered the book with a strong feeling that I might get matched on it, and in the event, that is how it turned out. I was able to read the book with my recipient's letter in the back of my mind, which isn't a bad way to read; the rest of it was just a matter of finding time to write, and then of nearly doubling the word count of the story when Ellen gave me her comments. I'm very pleased with the final result, and very grateful to Ellen for telling me what I needed to hear.

Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame
[vid] 雙女|Double Woman - This is probably the thing I did this year that I am proudest of, an auction vid for [personal profile] oyceter, who asked for a vid about Shangguang Jing'er and Wu Zetian being awesome. I learned Premiere Pro and learned to do more with After Effects to make this vid, and I think that work shows very well in the vid.

Questions and answers )

Next year: Keep calm and keep making fanworks!
starlady: A typewriter.  (tool of the trade)
I was really pleased to realize that I've written and posted more than twenty-one finished fanfics. I just need to acknowledge that I am not anywhere near as prolific as some other people I know.

It's ridiculously obvious which of these was posted unedited to tumblr. Also, I found a typo in one of these lines while doing this, so that's a win.

All fic at my AO3 account.

In reverse chronological order )
starlady: A typewriter.  (tool of the trade)
Paragon's Tale (2143 words) by starlady
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Fly By Night Series - Frances Hardinge
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Clam Blythe/Miss Kitely
Characters: Paragon Collymoddle, Clam Blythe, Miss Kitely
Summary: What did Paragon do after Toll, you ask? Well now, thereby hangs a tale…

A New Year's Resolution for [ profile] incantatem, because I loved the prompt.

True confession: it ends the way it does because I did not want to write the epic love story of Paragon and Mr. Pertellis that came into my head as I was writing it, because I don't know anywhere near enough about molly houses. But, in my head, that is where it goes, once Paragon is seventeen.
starlady: Kermit the Frog, at Yuletide (yuletide)
My Yuletide authors were [ profile] infiniteeight and [ profile] greerwatson. Thank you both so much!

For Yuletide this year I wrote something completely different:

…And a Song for Minneapolis (2541 words) by starlady
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Dessa (Musician)
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Original Characters
Summary: The little mystic and his handler grow up.

With a huge shout-out to [personal profile] laceblade and [personal profile] oliviacirce for beta-reading on very short notice. I'm pleased with this story, but the song contains multitudes, and this is only one of them.

Yuletide being made known, it's time for the End of Year Fanworks meme! 2012 was kind of a fallow year for me in this regard, but here's the list anyway:

Fic I Wrote
The Wallmaker's Carol, The Old Kingdom Chronicles (New Year's Resolutions 2012)
Wages (The Only In Our Dreams Remix), X-Men: First Class
Nothing on Earth of Interest (Seeds of the Melon), Sherlock Holmes steampunk AU/The Singsong Girls of Shanghai
Worthy Opponents, Sengoku Jidai RPF (Kaleidoscope 2012)
…And A Song For Minneapolis, Dessa songs (Yuletide 2012)

This doesn't count the two XMFC WIPs that I am very slowly and torturously working on, and in point of fact "Nothing on Earth of Interest" is listed as the first chapter of a WIP, but I'm putting it up here because it can be read as complete in itself and I like it. All told, including the WIP chapters that are up on the Archive, I'm at about 25,000 words for the year. That is shockingly low for me, and I'm not really happy about it.

Vid I Made
Starman, Prometheus (2012)

Questions and answers )
starlady: (tomoyo magic hope)
I continue to corner the market in Japanese History RPF for exchanges.

Worthy Opponents (1230 words) by faviconstarlady
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Sengoku Jidai | Sengoku Period RPF
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Mogami Yoshihime, Date Masamune

This was a gift for [personal profile] maat_seshat, who probably knows more of the relevant sources than I do, and given that I don't have anywhere as firm a grasp on aristocratic Sengoku material culture as I do on that of earlier or later periods, I was forced to shift into the epistolary mode, as well as do some reading in Japanese. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I did writing it! 
starlady: A woman in a sepia photograph wearing a military uniform (fight like a girl)
This one, on the other hand, I want to share immediately.

Nothing on Earth of Interest (Seeds of the Melon) (899 words) by faviconstarlady
Chapters: 1/?
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes (Downey films), Hǎi shàng huā liè chuá | The Sing-song Girls of Shanghai - Han Bangqing
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Sherlock Holmes/Mary Morstan/John Watson
Characters: Huang Cuifeng, Irene Adler, Ah Q, Sherlock Holmes, Mary Morstan, John Watson
Summary: Shanghai, 1894 - Courtesans, captains, colonialists, detectives, opera reformers, revolutionaries, spies: when a murder in the foreign settlement forces Inspector Ah Quei into collaboration with the famed Sherlock Holmes, the two men find that Shanghai holds secrets enough to shake two empires.

This is the most allusively dense thing I have ever written, hands down, even at 900 words; if I were to give you the footnoted version, there would be one at the end of just about every line. I like it so far - I'm also quite irrationally pleased to have the first Singsong Girls of Shanghai fic on the AO3, and quite possibly in the whole world - and I'm looking forward to the rest of it very much.
starlady: Charles/Erik: "Are you ready for this?" "Let's find out." (we are together at last though far apart)
One of the panels I enjoyed most at FOGcon was "Mutations, Their Gifts and Betrayals: Embodiment in the World(s) of the X-Men" (not even because one of my friends proposed it)--it was actually really interesting. Being me, I made more than a few comments during the discussion (though I virtuously did not bring up mpreg as Charles Xavier's secondary mutation, I'm quite virtuous), and afterward, when we were walking back to the BART, [personal profile] troisroyaumes and [personal profile] epershand were both like, "Dude, I didn't realize you'd read so many X-Men comics!" and I was forced to explain that no, I haven't read hardly any of the comics (except for Marvel 1602, which [personal profile] copperbadge rightfully and hilariously savaged in this recent post), just the Wikipedia articles, at a scary and obsessive depth.

"Well, you sounded like you knew what you were talking about!"

That is my stock in trade. (Though I did watch almost all of the X-Men: Evolution cartoon, which was actually pretty good.)

I found this highly amusing at the time, and still do; the point of telling this story now is to put up the links to my two current XMFC/X-Men WIPs:

Transmutation (3433 words) by faviconstarlady
Chapters: 1/?
Fandom: X-Men: First Class (2011)
Rating: Mature
Warning: Graphic Depictions Of Violence
Relationships: Erik Lehnsherr/Charles Xavier
Characters: Erik Lehnsherr, Charles Xavier, Emma Frost, Alex Summers
Summary: Various additional scenes from the Synthesis timeline, or, the alchemical process of creating something new out of disunified fragments.

Reunion (2282 words) by faviconstarlady
Chapters: 1/?
Fandom: X-Men: First Class (2011), The Avengers (2012), X-Men (Movies)
Rating: Mature
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Irene Adler/Raven Darkholme, Erik Lehnsherr/Charles Xavier
Characters: Raven Darkholme, Irene Adler (X-Men), Charles Xavier, Erik Lehnsherr
Summary: Five years after the end of X-3: The Last Stand, the X-Men and the Avengers are thrown onto a collision course when some very old allies (and enemies) return.

Both of these are mostly written; I just have to write some last few bits and then wrangle some betas. Which is to say, they are WIPs now but they will be finished soon, and I will post the links again, and update the master post, when they are completed.
starlady: Charles/Erik: "Are you ready for this?" "Let's find out." (we are together at last though far apart)
Wages (The Only in Our Dreams remix) (4090 words) by faviconstarlady
Fandom: X-Men: First Class (2011)
Rating: Mature
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Erik Lehnsherr/Charles Xavier
Characters: Charles Xavier, Erik Lehnsherr, Raven Darkholme
Summary: The central episode of "Wages" from Charles' perspective.

I've had this in the in-progress folder for forever, so I finally decided to write the last three paragraphs and post it. Almost all of the dialogue is [ profile] solvent's; all of Charles' wool-gathering and angst in faux-Austen diction is mine. As with all Regency romances, take a large meta-warning for near-total disregard of the inequities that structure the upper-class lifestyle of the period. This was largely an exercise in trying to understand the workings of the original fic by writing out Charles' perspective. He doesn't want to think about just how manipulative he is, unsurprisingly.
starlady: Kermit the Frog, at Yuletide (yuletide)
Yuletide first, and first up, writers! [ profile] threeguesses wrote As I Always Say, and [ profile] Carmarthen wrote Tribute. Contrary to many people, I never really have strong ideas about what I want out of Yuletide; thank you, writers, for fulfilling my request in such wonderful spades! I'm really glad that the fics have gotten relatively wider notice, since they assuredly deserve it. ♥

As for what I wrote…well, I only had time to write one story this year, and it was so screamingly obvious, I'm quite sure everyone who knows me and read the fic put two and two together immediately. All of which is to say, I appear to be cornering the market on Heian Period RPF for Yuletide: I wrote Songs by Ono no Komachi for [personal profile] lnhammer.

Larry actually requested the Kokinshû, and this is not a very Kokinshû fic, partly because I am not a scholar of Japanese literature and have never actually read it, except for the translations Larry's posted to his journal and the poems we read and translated for it in my classical Japanese program the previous summer. I like to write seasonal fic for Yuletide (yes, this is a major tell of mine), and I didn't have time to work my way through all of the Winter scrolls--I didn't have much time to do anything, actually, because I was so damned busy this December, so I fell back on an easier idea I'd had, namely, the life of Ono no Komachi, who is darned awesome. Ki no Tsurayuki sort of muscled his way in very early on, which is very much a him thing.

This fic, like I said, is very strongly influenced by Tom Lamarre's book on classical Japan, right from the title and the persistent confusion in the fic between songs and poems--they truly were interchangeable, particularly at the beginning of the Heian period, which is when the fic takes place. I'm not as strong on the details of daily life in the 9thC as I am in the 10th, however, so most of the details are consequently vague. I hope people like it; I do, though as usual I wasn't sure where it was going until I finished it. Many thanks to [personal profile] wintercreek, who puts up with me asking her to beta things in fandoms she's never read and who always has great comments, which I strive to put into action. ♥

Finally, I wrote a New Year's Resolution.
The Wallmaker's Carol (4150 words) by faviconstarlady for [personal profile] lionpyh
Fandom: Old Kingdom - Garth Nix
Rating: General Audiences
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Nicholas Sayre, Prince Sameth, Lirael (Old Kingdom), Sabriel (Old Kingdom)
Summary: Just after "The Creature in the Case," Lirael and Nick spend Miwinter in Belisaere with Lirael and Sam's family.

I really love the Old Kingdom Chronicles, and I really like writing seasonal (thus for me, wintry) stories for Yuletide. I was listening to my college's Christmasfest recording of my favorite carol, "I Saw Three Ships," early in December and the idea for this story fell out of my brain.

So, it's time for
The End of Year Fanworks Meme!

Fic I Wrote:
From the Collected Works of Solwing: 'England', The Chronicles of Narnia by way of [personal profile] bedlamsbard
Synthesis (Scenes from an AU), XM:FC
Turning and Turning, Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo, for Parallels 2011
Last Will, and Testament, The Chronicles of Narnia/The Dark Is Rising Sequence
from The Classic of the Three Realms, Half World, for Kaleidoscope 2011
Songs by Ono no Komachi, Kokinshû/Heian Period RPF, for Yuletide 2011
Honi soit qui mal y pense, Sherlock Holmes 2009 steampunk AU

Total word count: Roughly 36,000 words. Throwing in papers and translations, I'd put it at about 75,000 words for the year (though I'm not counting my WIPs, some of which are very wordy). I'm satisfied, though this has been something of an off year, in terms of quantity--though not, I think, quality.

Vid I Made:
Too Big to Fail - Occupy Wall Street

Questions and comments )

Happy (Gregorian) New Year, all. ♥
starlady: Mary, Holmes and Watson at home in Baker Street (not impressed OT3)
Honi soit qui mal y pense (5908 words) by faviconstarlady
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes (2009)
Rating: Teen
Warning: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Sherlock Holmes/Mary Morstan/John Watson
Characters: Sherlock Holmes, Mary Morstan, John Watson
Summary: Sherlock Holmes returns, Captain Watson takes calculated risks, and Dr. Watson just gets on with it.
Disclaimer: Sherlock Holmes is in the public domain in the United States; no disclaimer is intended, implied, or necessary.

As I told M, the new movie has filled me with the determination to get back to some of my old WIPs, so here's one of them (mind the caesura in the middle marking the action scene I never wrote). It's in the steampunk AU continuity, set about five years after The Flying Empire, the first one in the series. Questions welcome, since this is, unapologetically, a fragment set loose from an unwritten whole.
starlady: Anna Maria from PoTC at the helm: "bring me that horizon" (bring me that horizon)
The creators for the Kaleidoscope challenge have been revealed, which means that I can admit that I wrote

from The Classic of the Three Realms (4754 words) by faviconstarlady for [personal profile] lionpyh
Fandom: Half World - Hiromi Goto
Summary: Gao Zhen Xi and Jade Rat, from their first meeting to their final parting.

I had a lot of fun writing this one--it went differently than I was planning it, and I like the voice that I used here.

And I received the wonderful
These Dreams Are Forever (1392 words) by faviconsuch_heights
Fandom: Janelle Monae - Works
Summary: She'd heard stories before of people for whom music and magic were one and the same, people who could create songs of enchantment and dances to raise the dead. Nothing like that could really happen, of course.

Kaleidoscope Treats has reopened for submissions, too! (More info and thanks at this post in [community profile] dark_agenda.) I haven't had a ton of time to read in the collections, sadly, but there are a lot of awesome fanworks in there that could use some love--if you have a few spare minutes, please do check them out, and leave kudos or comments as you fancy.
starlady: A typewriter.  (tool of the trade)
Here's [a meme] where I'll post the working title of a story, and the first sentence, for (some of) my most current WIPs. No pairing or summary info. But you're welcome to guess.


The last thing Tony wants to hear is the electronic tones of his Blackberry chirping out the ringtone he's set for calls from Pepper, because it's far too early and he's extremely hungover and they just dealt with the Skrulls, damn it, he's earned a little rest for once in his life.

more scenes from the AU: None of which is to say that Charles' hopes for secrecy are achieved without blood. It's not mutant blood, though, which is all Erik cares about.

wages (the only in our dreams remix): Who would have thought that the act would turn Erik Lehnsherr sentimental, of all people.

In Black Ink, Bright: It was a bright cold day in April when Sherlock Holmes returned from the dead to London.

starlady: Ariadne, the architect (god is a woman in my fandom)
If getting 4.5 hours of sleep secondary to consuming all of a WIP XMFC fratboy AU of awesomeness is wrong, I don't want to be right.

This post is brief and rather self-indulgent, because it is Wednesday afternoon and I am both starving and brain-fried. And if I need fandom and laughter to get through this semester, that is a-okay.

A while ago I wrote an Inception fic, Symbolic Logic, which on one level is an Ariadne-centric POV take on how slash goggles work. (Sidenote: I often find that my female characters are channeling fannishness under another name; Jean Grey's POV section in Synthesis does some of the same.) So I was highly tickled to see this recent post, by way of [personal profile] bookshop, on the interior design of Arthur's dreams, because it is the perfect distillation of what I was talking about and riffing on in the story. Oh fandom, please never and immediately change.

Poll #7969 DVD commentary?
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 5

Which of my fics would you like a DVD commentary on?

starlady: Queen Susan of Narnia, called the Gentle and the Queen of Spring (gentle queen how now)
Yes, you read that right.

Title: Last Will, and Testament
Author: [ profile] starlady
Fandom: The Chronicles of Narnia
Wordcount: 5000
Rating: Gen
Characters: Susan Pevensie, Will Stanton, Bran Davies, Jane Drew
Warning(s): Character death
Notes: Thanks to [personal profile] aria for the beta! Also, nota bene, there is only one Oxford in my mind.
Summary: Will already knew what Susan's will said, at least in outline; after all, he'd helped her to draft it, and agreed years ago to be her executor.

Read on the AO3
starlady: Sheeta & Pazu watch the world open out before them (think in layers)
Well, I'm back. California is beautiful, for the record, and despite some baggage folderol secondary to SEA being one of the most inefficient airports I have ever encountered (and that's saying something), my travel was pretty good. I even saved the $50 baggage fee Alaska was supposed to charge me, which I suppose is a virtue of experience. And learned paranoia.

So Parallels 2011! I wrote Turning and Turning, a Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo fic for [ profile] person. 2800 words, Makoto/Chiaki/Kousuke.

And on that note…

Toki wo Kakeru Shôjo | The Girl Who Leapt Through Time. Dir. Hosoda Mamoru, 2006.

In a strange, tangential way, this movie reminds me a lot of Utena--no, not for the plot, but for certain plot elements and the way that damn piano music accentuates absolutely everything, because if I learned one thing from Utena--well, I learned a lot of things from Utena, but one of them was that genteel piano music is totally appropriate for totally creepy things, and this movie is, for most of the way through, a horror story.

To back up, this is Hosoda Mamoru's first movie, adopted from a 1967 novel by Tsutsui Yasutaka. Hosoda's Summer Wars remains one of the best anime movies I've seen in the past few years, and Toki wo Kakeru Shôjo is also quite good. I'm not sure which is the stronger movie; I like Summer Wars better in all honesty, but that's entirely subjective.

Mild spoilers )

It says a lot that, living in Japan, I look at that damn bag of peaches Makoto carries around and think, "Damn, that's like ¥3000 or ¥4000 worth of fruit!"

I think my contention that the movie has horror elements is borne out by the AMVs that have been made from it. In particular, Maniaki's award-winning Paranoia Drift is very subtly creepy (and also excellent). DL and streaming at the link.
starlady: Twitter quote: @magneto "come home" (my offer still stands)
Title: Synthesis (Scenes from an AU)
Fandom: X-Men: First Class
Wordcount: 15,000
Rating: Mature
Characters: Erik, Charles, most of the movie casts
Pairing(s): Erik/Charles
Synthesis is a dynamic process. Or, scenes from the AU where Charles and Erik have sex, get married, become best friends, and run the school together.

Warnings for the Holocaust, implicit references to torture and child abuse, institutional misogyny, and potential dub-con situations, depending on how you interpret Erik/Charles. This is not "fix-it" fic; this is another possible road. Also contains various other pairings in the background.

Thanks so much to [personal profile] oliviacirce for the awesome beta-reading, hand-holding, and general comics canon pointers.

Synthesis on the AO3

Wow, I'm finished and it's posted! I feel like I could go on for pages about this fic, but I should probably just say that it mixes comic, movie, and cartoon canon with abandon, and let the story speak for itself. All 15K words of it, holy crap.
starlady: Peter, Susan, Edmund & Lucy foment a revolution in Narnia (once & always a king or queen in narnia)
This was originally [community profile] three_weeks_for_dw content, and now it's up on the AO3 as well.

From the Collected Works of Solwing: 'England' [DW]
The Chronicles of Narnia | General | No warnings | 700 words
Although the Owls of Narnia have been noted more for their contributions as philosophers and, occasionally, historians, the eldest chick of the court historian Glimfeather, Solwing, was something of a renegade from the start…

Full notes & credits on the original entry and at the AO3 page. Thanks to [personal profile] epershand for beta comments!


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