5 Works in Station Eleven - Emily St. John Mandel
09 Feb 2017
François is in the library, tinkering with the printing press, when his newspaper receives its first advertisement.
19 Dec 2015
An ode to the Travelling Symphony in the style of a Shakespearean sonnet.
10 Sep 2015
Post-The World's End, set in the world of Emily St. John Mandel's dystopian novel Station Eleven. An angry Kirsten wanders away from the Symphony and crosses paths with Gary, King of the Humans... along with a few blanks. (For Kirsten, this is pre-St. Deborah on the Water and the Prophet.) (Don't ask me how this makes sense with their respective timelines and locations. That's why it's a fanfic, okay.)
30 Aug 2015
Georgia Flu will arrive in Palo Alto six days
This will be a multi chapter work the titles of the chapters are from songs of the Dollyrots' debut album; Eat My Heart Out which I've had on a near continuous loop for the last couple of months.
rating may rise
Fandoms: Enchanted Forest Chronicles - Patricia Wrede, White Collar, Oxford Time Travel Universe - Connie Willis, The Toothpaste Millionaire - Jean Merrill, The Scarlet Pimpernel - Baroness Orczy, The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934), Station Eleven - Emily St. John Mandel, Chronicles of Narnia - C. S. Lewis, Perry Mason (TV), Perry Mason - Erle Stanley Gardner
07 Mar 2015
A drabble a week for any fandom that catches my fancy, prompted with words plucked from the pages of a weekly periodical.
1. "Castle Interlude" (Enchanted Forest Chronicles): Morwen finishes bandaging Telemain’s shoulder.
2. "Research" (White Collar): Sara’s job has its less flashy aspects.
3. "Colin, holding a blacked-out flashlight" (Oxford Time Travel Universe): Mr. Dunworthy has gone.
4. "Math Problems" (Toothpaste Millionaire): TOOTHPASTE’s stockholders don’t forget their math class roots.
5. “Another Morning at ‘The Fisherman’s Rest’” (Scarlet Pimpernel): Sally’s day starts early.
6. "Value and Contrast" (Scarlet Pimpernel 1934): Romney left some paints behind.
7. "Nascent Library" (Station Eleven): Books are brought back to the Museum of Civilization.
8. "Turkish Delight" (Chronicles of Narnia): The Pevensies shop for groceries. Double drabble.
9. "Steak Dinner" (Perry Mason): Paul is getting really tired of the same thing happening every time.
- Part 2 of Economist-Prompted Drabbles