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11th-Oct-2009 01:20 am(no subject)
aw dudes hey! I recently got commissioned to do a slash pairing drawing for Shakespeare's Hamlet. It is Hamlet/Horatio! A fine pairing, if I do say so myself. I had wayyyy too much fun with this one, to be honest!

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1st-Oct-2009 09:46 pm(no subject)
phantom ~ winslow&phoenix




Here's an Olivia/Orsino fanmix. It isn't my favorite mix that I have made, but I like it. 2 wallpapers are in the zip file. They are also posted at my journal with the download link.

download link and tracklisting here at my journal.

I also will make icons from the pictures I have if anyone wants them.





2nd-Feb-2009 07:45 pm(no subject)
flash - the story of a girl.
Written as a drabble for thebucketwoman, I thought Marius/Eponine fans here might enjoy it. Maybe? Includes way too many lyrics and some strange musings.

Title: without me, his world will go on turning
Fandom: Les Miserables
Character: Eponine Thernardier
Words: 358
Summary: Students with lovely girls like Cosette waiting on them do not visit convicts. It's just a fact of the street.

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22nd-May-2008 05:44 pm(no subject)
[stock] when in doubt wear red

I have decided that Othello is possibly the most wrongship-conducive classical text ever. At least, it is awesomely wrongship-conducive Shakespeare. 

Some cool business:
Othello/Emilia is legitimately discussed in the text! It's ambiguous, but it's rumored--Iago describes it as his pressing reason to do wrong to Othello (aside from the subtext in that relationship)--that Othello's slept with her. Basically, Iago's monologuing is rife with UC. The Othello/Emilia angle, his obsession with Othello, and then his desire to match Othello "wife for wife". Desdemona/Iago kind of fascinates me. Actually, in the realm of canon, the Iago/Emilia relationship is fascinating, too--but the idea of the other even moreso. He pretty much puts it out there:

The Moor, howbeit that I endure him not,
Is of a constant, loving, noble nature, 
And I dare think he'll prove to Desdemona
A most dear husband. Now, I do love her too;
Not out of absolute lust, though peradventure 
I stand accountant for as great a sin,
But partly led to diet my revenge


It makes me consider fic.

Also, Cassio is officially Shakespeare's own wrongship.

Discuss?

booth/brennan 2~grey
Really enjoyed the book and especially the relationship between Sonya and Raskolnikov. So, I made a fanmix. And maybe, if I'm inspired enough, I'll write a fic.

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He loves none sweeter as sweeter the dare
firefly; inara
Title: Though the waves leap
Fandom: Arthurian Legend
Claim: Morgan le Fay/King Arthur
Rating: R
Word Count: 1543
Summary: She turns away so he can’t see her face before replying; she tells him that it doesn’t matter, that it’s fine; it’s a lie, but he believes it, and it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter.
made for the challenge at 1sentence

ocean's a royal bed
30th-Mar-2008 11:57 pm(no subject)
ats; the sun settles hard in
Welcome to lit_uc! Here you can post fic/icons/art/love about your favorite unconventional ships of classical literature. You mods this century are marketchippie and anythingbutgrey.

Have fun! If you would like to affiliate or have any questions, please comment below.
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