28 Jan 2019
A bunch of McArfield fics and ficlets collected from the glorious summer haze of my time in Angels in America fandom. Features lots of pining, miscommunication, drunk confessions, and boys being dumb. Bonus Nathan Lane cameos!
Fandoms: Angels in America - Kushner, Angels in America - Kushner (Broadway Cast 2018) RPF, Broadway RPF, British Actor RPF, Real Person Fiction
29 Aug 2018
Written for the prompt, "Andrew and James not actually ever addressing their feelings for each other during the run and sort of staying in contact but not really after closing until they see each other at some event in New York or London and realize they still have those feelings and maybe they get together then, maybe they don’t but it’s like this “oh shit” moment where they realize months apart didn’t change much."
And I immediately screwed this prompt up, OH WELL, I had a blast writing it, thank you anyway. <3
In which Andrew and James are giant messes and James is in denial and there is MUCH blurring of feelings and sexual frustration and much making out.
Fandoms: Angels in America - Kushner, Angels in America - Kushner (2018 Broadway Cast) RPF, British Actor RPF, Real Person Fiction, Broadway RPF
27 Aug 2018
In which James refuses to accept that he’s the next Mark Rylance, so Andrew has to take drastic action.
No seriously this is just 18,000 words of unbeta'd shameless wish-fulfillment fantasy in which everyone just tells James McArdle over and over again that he is the greatest actor on earth, and then Andrew Garfield makes a Grand Gesture for his love because everyone wants James McArdle but Andrew has dibs.
Fandoms: Angels in America - Kushner, Angels in America - Kushner (2018 Broadway Cast) RPF, Broadway RPF, British Actor RPF, Real Person Fiction
25 Jul 2018
A gay fantasia on 21 months in the lives of Andrew Garfield and James McArdle: November 2016 – July 2018.
While co-starring in the most important theatrical production in recent human history, James McArdle treads the boards to Andrew Garfield's heart, and Andrew — eventually — transcends himself.
- Part 12 of Author's faves