aria: ([lord of the rings] bilbo)
( Feb. 3rd, 2015 04:35 pm)
Boston is buried under several feet of snow! HAPPY WINTER. (I ... don't mean that too sarcastically, but I'd really love to get my serious snow December and January, not February and probably March.)

Things I am currently feeling fannish about:

+ Highlander, which I've been watching with [personal profile] thewrongkindofpc. We did the Methos watch, as one does, and had lots of messy feelings all over each other; then we made the mistake of watching the '80s movie and realizing how much we actually like Duncan MacLeod too! (Um. In comparison to Connor, and also for himself.) Spiraled into watching the pilot of the show, have now made a horrible pact to actually do a Complete Best Of rather than just a Methos watch.

+ Planeshift, ie our D&D campaign, which as of this last week is over! WE ALL SURVIVED. Last week we had a coronation and a wedding, and then a postmortem to ask Housemate A about plot threads and to tell the epilogues for our own characters. I'm a bit verklempt about the whole thing, and also need to write weird poly futurefic because of course I do.

+ Avatar and Korra! I'm watching Avatar with Amiel, and Korra with Coworker E, which is cool to do concurrently! I also have complicated feelings about the ending of Korra (which can be summarized with "I'm so glad they went there but I wanted TEXT, not word of god, I'd rather have a textual queer kiss with not enough buildup than almost enough buildup with the implication that queer kissing will happen soon"); but what a good good world. Maybe I will end up writing some Korrasami.

+ Uhhh so A and I are watching anime together? Right now we're in the middle of this gorgeously-animated super homoerotic high school swimming anime called Free! and there are apparently 7764 fics for it on the AO3 because the gods love me or at least have a weird sense of humor. Will I actually go down some sort of fic rabbit hole for a ridiculous sports anime? POSSIBLY.

+ Marvel as ever. I am SO BEHIND on my various Thor and Loki comics, oops, although the tumblr scans I keep catching look wonderful. I am all caught up on Agent Carter and am only hearing the echoes of the tumblr wank (where ... people are pulling the "if it's feminist how dare you say it's racist" thing or something?) but idk, all I know is that it's a Marvel show that's better than SHIELD and I ship Peggy/Angie like burning. (And also damn is it white.) I also accidentally outlined a whole post-Thor 2 fic with Amiel yesterday, as one does, and I have no idea who the audience for it is, because it's a Thor/Jane fic that is mostly political thriller and has weird incest overtones that never get resolved. OOPS.

+ The Silmarillion! Amiel and I are doing a readthrough together, assigning ourselves ~50 pages a week, and mostly having lots of Melkor feelings at each other. I'm considering also doing a Lord of the Rings reread alongside it; I like to do occasional rereads, and I think the last one was in 2009, so it's very much time. (And then maybe I will finally write the Frodo/Sam fic that's been struggling to get out since I was ten if only I could figure it out properly.)

Anyway, it's very nice to feel cozily polyfannish right now, but this month I intend to WRITE things about it.
aria: ([thor] loki liesmith)
( May. 23rd, 2011 07:54 pm)
Ooh Mr. Loki: A Fan Fiction! Spoilers: not actually a fanfic, just a parody of Kate Beaton's Mr. Darcy comic.

In other news I am fairly sure I don't have a new fandom, despite the fact that, um, I have a Loki icon and a Thor tag and have been trawling tumblr and reaction posts and the kinkmeme. I shouldn't have a Thor tag anyway, I should have a Loki tag. I think Loki lights up the same areas of delight in my brain that Methos does, actually. Obviously Methos and Loki need to hang out, viciously scheming and turning on a dime and sounding entirely reasonable and deep down just wanting to be loved. But I won't write it because it's too ridiculous for words.
Something I have discovered about being polyfannish is that, when I am in the shower or on a bus or folding clothes or whatever it is that puts my brain on screensaver mode, I will start making up crossovers. I love clever crossovers, and clever fusions (and, I'll be honest here, I would be perfectly happy if every fandom ever had a His Dark Materials fusion where all the characters had daemons and this did interesting things to the fic plot). Most of the time I do not actually get around to writing them down, but I do like to pretend that I might.

I am not quite sure why the rest of this post is a poll, except that I am in a poll-making mood and I want to know if people know what I'm talking about.

Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 51

Buffy/Highlander: Both groups of Watchers are part of the same organization. Post-series for both shows, Duncan goes to visit Methos and discovers that Methos' house has been converted into a Slayer training facility. Also, Joe and Giles have jam sessions.

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37 (80.4%)

1 (2.2%)

8 (17.4%)

due South/DCU: Baby Kal-El's ship crash-lands in Canada; Kal-El is raised as Benton Fraser. For reasons that don't need exploring at this juncture, he chases Lex Luthor to the USA and fights crime in Chicago. Ray Vecchio is Lois Lane. Ray Kowalski is Batman.

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20 (40.8%)

5 (10.2%)

3 (6.1%)

21 (42.9%)

Doctor Who/Young Wizards: Dairine and Ten go on adventures in time and space, trying to find Roshaun! They fight the Lone Power and probably also the Master.

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16 (34.0%)

1 (2.1%)

15 (31.9%)

...haven't you been meaning to write this for YEARS?
15 (31.9%)

Highlander/White Collar: Neal Caffrey first died somewhere in the 1930s; Amanda was his mentor. Now Peter Burke is his Watcher, and breaking pretty much every noninterference clause in the book. Mozzie is Immortal too; no one knows how old he is, and he's not telling.

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30 (61.2%)

3 (6.1%)

5 (10.2%)

11 (22.4%)

Inception/Smallville: The team's been hired to do another inception, this time for another billionaire, Lex Luthor. The job is simple: they just have to incept Superman to trust Lex again.

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30 (62.5%)

3 (6.2%)

15 (31.2%)

aria: ([aria] the writer)
( Nov. 9th, 2010 04:51 pm)
Today my hair is doing hilarious flippy things! Hair, you are not Chloe Sullivan.

Apparently there really is going to be a remake of the Highlander movie? Google tells me that they have the writers from Iron Man signed on and everything, although most of the news links are from 2009, so who knows. Look, it is absurd to reboot your franchise when the whole premise is "there can be only one", or at least it is if you want another final showdown with the Kurgan. I think they should just make a movie about Methos, but I understand that Really Old Guy Who Is Seriously Awesome But We're Not Quite Sure Where He's From is a less catchy film title.

Anyway, I'm more occupied with staring in fascination at the much more up-to-date reports that Zack Snyder will direct the next Superman. And Chris Nolan will produce! Seriously, every time I remember these facts, I sit very still in a state of dazed paralysis, trying to wrap my mind around the sheer cracked insanity that could result.

In other news, I thought I would try my 50,000 November word count by just adding up all the various things I'm writing, but then ... I started writing an actual goddamn non-fanfic novel. I understand that one should be writing roughly 1667 a day in order to hit the minimum complete word count by the thirtieth, which means that tonight I should be at 15000. Alas, I only started three days ago, and am at 7495 words. That means I am 15% done! And ... halfway to the current word count I should have. Whatever! I have great tabs open; I keep staring happily at the googlemaps street view of Scottish towns, I have two google books of Sir Walter Scott laying around, and I am drowning in ballads. GOOD TIMES.
Now that I am doing an idle Lex-Luthor-bits-of-Smallville watch, and unsurprisingly shipping Clark/Lex like burning, I have had the same conversation with a handful of friends. It goes something like this:

ME. And I love Lex! Oh my god, I love Lex! But Clark is, uh ...
FRIEND. Boring?
ME. Yeah! And this is becoming a pattern. Like, okay, take Highlander --
FRIEND. You love Methos, but Duncan is boring?
ME. ...Yes. Or Star Tr --
FRIEND. You love Spock and Kirk is boring!
ME. You are a mind-reader!

...although I have had this conversation with three separate friends, so in this case it's probably just that my friends know me. Anyway, it led me to imagine what would happen if I just eliminated the things that are boring, which incidentally leaves me with the mental image of Methos, Spock, and Lex Luthor in a room together. I am a little worried they would clean up nice and then take over the goddamn world.

Of course, then my brain took "What could possibly be more awesome than Methos, Spock, and Lex Luthor in a room together??" as a challenge, and I hereby submit for consideration the notion of Nyota Uhura, Kara Thrace, Zoe Washburne, Susan Ivanova, and Cordelia Naismith going on space adventures together. That is what is more awesome.
Two pieces of related, absurd conversation:

Aria: I have nefarious plots to make you watch bits of Highlander
Amelia: I would not be averse to this!
Amelia: I mean dude, cheesy eighties immortal Celts with swords
Amelia: That's pretty much my secret soul, I think
Aria: Yesssss. :D
Aria: Although technically the TV show is 90s cheese instead
Aria: It wants to hang out with due South and be earnest!
Amelia: Fraser would be the most hilarious immortal
Aria: Oh my god, don't even. I AM TRYING NOT TO WRITE THAT FUSION.

Aria: do you have a halloween costume yet?
Aria: if not, BE CKR.
Amelia: I don't yet!
Amelia: dude, you bring the mountie suit and I'm there
Aria: well, I think I was going to be a vulcan, although I would be quite happy to mountie it up instead!
Amelia: I think you would be an awesome vulcan!
Aria: I could be VULCAN FRASER.
Amelia: HA
Aria: that is so not a stretch
i. Something I love about the slush pile is the names. Oh man, the names! They are fannish with weird regularity. Last week, I rejected queries by a Harris and a Rosenberg in succession. Today, I got to write a polite note to Mr. Scotty! I don't remember what his query was about, but I hope it was something like A Guide to Practical Engineering in the Twenty-Third Century.

ii. For some absurd reason, I am trying to work out Highlander and Buffy timelines. Because, y'know, the First Evil and the Bringers blew up all these Watcher headquarters, and Adam Pierson has this nice place in the English countryside where all the new Slayers can train! House rules: no practicing decapitation indoors, or, in fact, anywhere near Mr. Pierson. (What is wrong with me.)

iii. There is a pairing meme going around! I like memes. Under the cut. Comes with spoilers for s5 Doctor Who, the end of Babylon 5, minor ones for White Collar, and intentionally vague ones for BSG. )
aria: ([highlander] amanda/rebecca)
( Sep. 18th, 2010 10:10 pm)
A very important question: why did no one tell me that Dramatic License is the best Highlander episode ever?? EVER. So far I am eight minutes in, I have never seem Adrian Paul have such fun before, both Amanda and Duncan have dramatically read aloud from a romance novel, and I have already choked half to death on my own laughter about ten times.

I mean, okay, Dramatic License is sort of like The Naked Time in that it's only screamingly hilarious if you already know the characters, but someone should have mentioned it anyway! Only I'm not sure who 'someone' is, because everyone I know who's seen Highlander either saw it because I mentioned it, or is mostly there for Methos, or both. So, okay, possibly I should finish the episode first, but consider this an extremely enthusiastic rec (with perhaps a caveat if you have a really active embarrassment squick? YMMV).

...It would be even more amazing if Methos was in it, though. Universe, why have you not conspired to have Peter Wingfield dramatically read purple prose porn starring Duncan? Not on, universe.
Closing ye olde tabs, which means it is time for linkspam with commentary!

+ Series 6 Doctor Who to be split in two, which I'm sure everyone and their grandmother already knows. I am totally fine with a halfway cliffhanger, because it means More Plot, and, god help me, I actually trust Moffat with plot. (I should probably learn from the past, though; I mean, RTD's s1 finale was great, and then ... well.) Mostly, though, I love that from this article I have discovered that Karen Gillan is taller than Moffat. But I suspect that Karen Gillan is taller than everyone.

+ David Tennant is in a thing called Fright Night! I know absolutely nothing about it, but I am digging it regardless, because [a] David Tennant looks like Jack Sparrow's pale spindly cousin, [b] Colin Farrel is an evil vampire or something? BWAHAHA and [c] ANTON YELCHIN! As a high schooler who battles vampire Colin Farrell with weirdly bearded David Tennant! I am cheerfully resigned to the fact that I now base my choice of entertainment by how much the very concept makes me laugh like a hyena in public spaces.

+ Peter Wingfield answers Highlander questions, and man, I'm pretty happy that he's still willing to talk about Methos' stupid face twelve years later. I wish the questions were numbered, because then I could shriek about my favourite answers in shorthand. In any case, I am a bit in love with him talking about Methos the optimist and how he desperately wants to believe in love, oh my god; I also love what he said about whether Methos was forced to join the Horsemen. Basically, I am kind of thrilled when Peter Wingfield talks about Methos, because I inevitably end up sitting there feeling smug and fuzzily justified in how I read Methos. YAY.

+ Gaiman's 'Sandman' to be adapted as a TV show. It sounds pretty preliminary at this point, so mostly I am just going to sit here and hope that [a] they get Neil involved in the project and [b] holy god they don't bring Kripke on as showrunner -- or, if they do, that he sticks to the goddamn script and does not kill all the ladies. (To be honest, though, I am mostly just wedded to the idea of Benedict Cumberbatch as Dream and Ashley Greene as Death. Don't look at me like that, it'd be great.)

+ String quartet cover of Lady Gaga's 'Alejandro', which I have been listening to pretty much on loop for two days straight. Which is funny, because I like a lot of Lady Gaga songs more, but believe you me, Paparazzi and Poker Face sound freaking weird in string quartet, and Bad Romance just makes me want to sing along to it. I don't care that much for the actual version of Alejandro, but damn, this one is gorgeous.
aria: ([misc] batman)
( Aug. 30th, 2010 01:45 pm)
I think I have contracted some sort of disease of polyfannishness. I mean, I'm not actually complaining, but ... my usual fandom mode is total immersion. I am currently writing a ridiculously epic Highlander fic, simmering some due South, White Collar, Doctor Who, Dark is Rising, and possibly Avatar fics on the backburner, still meaning to go through that Babylon 5 rewatch because I love that show like mad, and, at the moment, tearing joyfully through Star Trek TOS. And this is leaving aside how I have to clean all the things, remember to feed myself, act like someone capable of normal human interaction with real live other people, and do the reading for my job. There is no way I can do total immersion in all the fandoms I actually want to. Maybe I could give up sleep?

I'm sure I'll figure it out. (I can stop watching TOS anytime I want to!!) In the meantime, I was seized with the sudden urge to make Post Secrets for characters, possibly because I am awful at having any fandom secrets myself. So I broke out Paint and Googleimages, and I made twelve secrets! I thought it might be fun to guess what character made any given secret; I think some of these are painfully obvious and some of them are weirdly unobvious, but I figure enough of you know how my brain works anyway.

Behind the cut: characters from Babylon 5, Doctor Who, due South, Highlander, Star Trek, and White Collar have secrets! They are probably things you already know, but don't tell them that. Last secret is perhaps mildly NSFW. )
I'm not quite sure how this came about -- probably it came into my head from the combination of a discussion on rereading Harry Potter and something I saw in the Thirty Days of Fanfic meme that's going around -- but I have been thinking about Fandom Firsts. Okay, you've got a new fandom: what was the first fic you remember reading? Did it make any lasting impact on your experience with said fandom? &c.

Here are some of mine!

Harry Potter, Good Omens, SGA, Doctor Who, due South, and Highlander. Most of these are RIDICULOUS. But I happily own my fannish absurdity! )

And what about you guys? If you do absurd things like imprint on old fic enough to remember it, I'd be fascinated to hear what it is. And seriously, don't be embarrassed. My stuff is all old school slash or Eliza Snape, okay, I will really not judge you.
An email exchange:

[personal profile] aria: Update on the goddamn Methos fic: the Horsemen section is beginning to feel like the naming of things in reverse. Here is the story of how Methos broke up with his boyfriend and went sane. WHAT IS THIS EVEN.
[personal profile] oliviacirce: ...okay, that is totally because it IS the naming of things in reverse! OH LOOK AT THAT PAIRING TYPE.

The finished draft of part one of five is ... 11,000 words. Maybe my brain has this unwritten rule that I MUST write a minimum of 50k every summer. Oh brain.

Okay, enough of this nonsense. Back to being a productive member of society.
The problem with moving, it turns out, is that I spend a lot of time using my muscles to haul furniture, which leaves my brain free to hang out on the spinning hamster wheel of absurdity. I will now share with you some of the fascinating things that have been going on in my head:

i. I had such fun with yesterday's WIP meme that I thought up a few more. These are less likely to get written, but eh, what are a few more absurd Highlander crossovers among friends?

The White Collar one and the Buffy one. Don't look at me like that. )

ii. This is not actually a real crossover at all, just a thought: Amanda from Highlander/River Song. Possibly with heists. DISCUSS.

iii. There is this fairly hilarious White Collar vid to One Jump Ahead from Aladdin. I thought it was cute and clever at the time, and moved on. But obviously it stuck with me, because today, on my iPod's shuffle, the tricksy iPod oracle started playing "I Won't Say (I'm In Love)" from Hercules and -- my god, I can't stop laughing, it is the most perfect Methos crackvid to ever exist. Except that it doesn't exist yet! Obviously, if I ever do try to learn how to vid, this should be the first one I do; it won't matter if it's rubbish, I'll learn the ropes, and it'll be fucking hysterical.

iv. Speaking of Methos (when am I not speaking of Methos?) I am writing a fic. It's Look On My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair, as I think I mentioned in the previous WIP post! And I am having my normal longfic troubles with it, ie, I keep being sidetracked by trying to figure out every little last minute detail in my personal canon about Methos, and that is not useful. Therefore! Know how those 'list x pieces of personal canon for x show/character' memes sometimes go around? I'm doing one of those.

20 bits of personal Methos canon. Um, this ended up structured strangely like a fic itself. )
aria: ([aria] the writer)
( Aug. 15th, 2010 11:12 pm)
I occasionally do the srs biznes version of talking about my WIPs, but this way has been making the rounds again, and is much more fun.

Eight WIPs beneath the cut! Sometimes I wish that I could write short fic. )
aria: ([misc] objects in mirror)
( Aug. 4th, 2010 08:42 pm)
Today: Prop 8 was overturned, as I'm sure you all already know, judging from the happyflailing going around my corner of the internet. (I think this is my favourite newslink, if only for the picture of all the happy screaming people.) Of course it's now just going to bump its way up to the Supreme Court, but, honestly, it's about damn time.

Yesterday: I spent an afternoon of wit and tomfoolery, succinctly described by [personal profile] oliviacirce here and by [personal profile] sasha_feather here, but I see now that they are both locked. If you are on their lists, yay! If not, suffice it to say that I suggested performing exorcisms with possums, getting turkeys high before cooking them, and fulfilled my weekly quota of saying quotable things.

I also showed Olivia Comes a Horseman/Revelation 6:8, and because we watch shows in delightfully similar ways, we clutched at each other and yelled a lot about ex-boyfriends and then speculated at length about Methos' kinks. I have not converted her to the Ways of Highlander, but I am fairly sure I have converted her to the Ways of Methos, and that is all I can ever ask.

And White Collar happened! Not with Olivia, I mean, just in general. I do not have insightful or spoilery things to say, but I do want to state for the record that I LOVE MOZZIE. Oh Moz. <3

Lastly, a link: this comic summarizing Christopher Nolan films. MY DEAD WIIIIFE. (The Momento panel makes me laugh until I cry.)
My roommate's boyfriend will be moving in when I move out. He is in the process of bringing all his stuff over in boxes and, consequently, is also getting rid of stuff he no longer wants.

He just gave me a two-disc DVD of Highlander: Endgame.

Went to a wedding last night; had a fantastic time; had to actively refrain from doing Eleven's stupid flail-arms-wildly-above-head dance.

Speaking of Eleven, and how I am still married to the idea that Benedict Cumberbatch should play the Master, I even have some photographic evidence for my argument, namely this picture of both of them with Moffat. All three of them look hilariously awkward, but -- look at Smith and Cumberbatch's strange, strange faces! It is MEANT TO BE, I say.

(Aside: further wiki tabs now open for the purposes of Methos fic include crucifixion and a map of the Roman Empire circa 117 AD. Oh self. Get a new favourite character, one who hopefully doesn't require research on death by crucifixion.)
aria: ([highlander] swordporn)
( Jul. 29th, 2010 03:54 pm)
The problem with going out and getting things done is that I now have a backlog of things I want to talk about! Anyway, the best thing I have discovered recently: Six Things from History Everyone Pictures Incorrectly. Dazzlingly glittering pyramids! Technicolor Parthenon! Sneaky historical clothing! It makes me want to write all the fic warms my geeky heart.

My currently-open wikipedia tabs are pretty great. What do the deluge myth, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, and the University of Paris have in common? Three guesses, and the first two don't count. I am now tempted to click the 'random article' link and then make myself write Methos fic about it, actually. Trying it, the first article that comes up is on Beryl Davis. I have never heard of Beryl Davis before, but apparently she was a singer during WWII and knew both Glenn Miller and Frank Sinatra. The fic writes itself. I could do this for hours.

More importantly, though, because I have talked through my shame for loving Highlander (no more shame! yay id show! \o/) I think it is high time that I recced some fic. Alphabetically and with enthusiasm:

Adam and Joe by [ profile] genteelrebel, Methos/Joe & Duncan/Methos. I don't actually know where to begin talking about this one, because it is kind of amazing in its scope: it's a recounting of Methos' life from 1986 to 1998. In certain ways, this fic is downright evil. It blends canon so seamlessly, turns it into such a coherent emotional arc, and explains Methos so damn well, that it is threatening to rewrite all the personal canon in my head. It has a pretty unique and fairly creepy (but awesome, so awesome, and about as kinky as I have never known I always wanted) take of Methos and Duncan's relationship, complete with a really different interpretation of the Double Quickening than is the norm. It also has an OC I am quite a bit in love with, and an actually happy ending for Cassandra. And Joe is the best Joe ever; I want to take him home and keep him. Caveats for this being one of those deliciously long fics (we're talking in excess of sixty chapters here) that are probably best savored over the space of a week or so.

Brothers and Other Strangers by Valentin, Duncan/Methos. After Bordeaux, Methos takes avoidance to really impressive new levels. (On reflection, Methos-with-amnesia is a weirdly more common fandom trope than one might expect.) I love this one because I love stories about Adam Pierson the defense mechanism. Caveats for the usual frustrating treatment of Cassandra and a, ah, early-2000s website background. Can't do much about the former, but setting a blank page style should fix the latter.

The Fourth Son by Lanna Michaels. This is everything I have ever wanted in a fic about Methos and Kronos, and it's just them talking for a few pages. I spent most of it clawing at my face with joy anyway. But then, I can be a bit strange about Methos and Kronos. (Didn't I say? Id show. Also, pairing type. I'm sorry, I'm so sorry.)

Sacred Trust by Lanning, Duncan/Methos. All my favourite fics are necessarily ones that I think understand Methos, but this one really gets it; there's such a depth and intricacy to the bits of Methos' past we do see that I've been many things suddenly starts to make sense as a concept. This is another one of those fics that I find difficult to separate from canon; of course this is the true story of Darius' Light Quickening, and of course the Watchers are terrified of this particular Immortal, and &c. Caveats for length, a narrative that is quite angry with Duncan, actually, and for the general unpleasantness of Methos' past.

And lastly, a vid: Commercial for Levi by Gianduja Kiss, wherein she was actually awesome enough to put my Theory of Methos' Boyfriends into vid form. (By which I mean that it feels like she reached straight into my head, not that she actually knows me from, heh, Adam, and did it with any particular intent.) Actually, hell, this is a blanket rec, just watch everything this woman has ever vidded. It's all fabulous.
aria: ([highlander] swordporn)
( Jul. 22nd, 2010 12:10 pm)
It is thunderstorming today! Quite reasonably, my desktop weather widget had a picture of lightning. I still stared at it in puzzlement for a good ten seconds, thinking, "It's ... cloudy with a chance of Quickenings?" /o\

And then, sitting down to work on my Highlander fic, I was quietly plot-outlining in my head when I was brought up short by sudden guilt. And it wasn't obligation guilt: I know enough about my writing process that I can prioritize a due South AU and a Babylon 5 rewatch and an Avatar season and &c &c as much as I want, but if I sit down and a Doctor Who fic comes out instead, that's what I'm damn well writing. So trying to write Highlander fic wasn't making me think, "Why am I doing this when I should be doing x instead?" but rather "Why am I writing Highlander fic at all?" and this brought me up short: I was feeling self-indulgent, and that apparently made me feel guilty. Uh, what? Fic-writing is for funsies and not profit, after all; it is by definition wonderfully self-indulgent. Apparently, the problem is that it's Highlander.

Cut for length; on fannish guilt, comparative 90s shows, active fandoms, and id-fic. )

Obviously the solution is to just write my ridiculous Highlander id-fic, not least because enthusiastic self-indulgence usually produces the best fannish writing. But I still feel weird and apologetic about it. OWN IT, SELF, OWN IT LIKE ALL THE OTHER AWESOME RUBBISH YOU LOVE.
aria: ([highlander] swordporn)
( Jul. 9th, 2010 10:10 am)

Occasionally I have incredibly vivid dreams. This one is full of excruciating detail and lots of absurdity, but since I woke up about an hour ago and I still remember the whole thing, I think I am going to record it for myself.

Cut for length and dream inanity/absurdity. In which Aria goes to the opera, wears a top hat, and discovers that Highlander is awkwardly taking over her brain. )

Enough of that nonsense. Time for some s3 Avatar over breakfast!