Steven Moffat was on twitter.
A Cure for Boredom was a WIP.
Kitty Riley’s Door Knob World Tour 1976.
I remember Rakspatiel.
I read Alone on the Water before it was published.
The great SherlockBBC LJ “hiatus” wank and coup.
…I remember when I wasn’t a writer.
the female character who came closest to polarizing the fandom was Sally Donovan.
I remember when ANDERSON LOVES DINOSAURS first became a thing!
And when the kinkmeme decided to marry Angrybeige. Aw, Angrybeige. <3
Cherik AU: Charles Xavier is an important human rights activist. After having suffered an aggression that has forced him on a wheelchair, his security team decides to hire a former CIA agent as his bodyguard.
"That’s not very professional, mister…?"
“Lehnsherr. Erik Lehnsherr. And I’ve never been good at being professional.”
pan i s2g
— Ted Alexandro (via tomhiddleeston)
Fandom: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Clive Candy/Theo Kretschmar-Schuldorff
Characters: Clive Candy, Theo Kretschmar-Schuldorff
Series: Part 2 of Blimpslash
After a night in captivity, Clive Wynne-Candy offers an account of his ruminations to Theo Kretschmar-Schuldorff.
Kalypso has written a companion piece to Love Starts at Midnight, and it is gorgeous!
my lecturer dropped in this anecdote in the Rochester lecture this morning i wAS LAUGHING SO HARD (via thepurposeofplaying)
…WAIT GUYS TURNS OUT IT GETS EVEN BETTER
NOT ONLY DOES HE YELL AT IT HE THEN SMASHES IT UP
HE SMASHES THE KING’S BEAUTIFUL DELICATELY-CRAFTED GLASS DICK-PLANETARIUM
In which Ursula K. Le Guin declines to blurb a book by Brian Aldiss because it is “so self-contentedly, exclusively male”