agapi42: Livia from I, Claudius (Default)
I finally decided to do a fic masterpost. This post is not an exhaustive list of every fic I have written; it is a list of those I will admit to and/or have not forgotten about. So.

Please find my Transformative Works statement here.

Ashes to Ashes )
Doctor Who (classic) )
Doctor Who (new) )
Doctor Who (multi-era) )
Doctor Who (spin-offs) )
Horrible Histories )
Primeval )
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine )
Crossovers )
agapi42: Clyde, Luke and Rani hugging (SJA  - Team 2 hug)
Title: Five Hundred and Twenty, Or Thereabouts
Characters/Pairings: Rani/Clyde/Luke, Sarah Jane
Rating: G
Word Count: 1990
Summary: Luke, Clyde and Rani are not a triangle, and they add up to more than a guaranteed one hundred and eighty.
Notes: Written for [ profile] sleepscribbling for Yuletide. Many thanks to [ profile] basicare and [ profile] significantowl for helpful betas! Yes, I am aware five hours may not be enough sleep to adequately prepare me for two and a half days of walking round London. Yay, field trip. I just thought I'd get this up here before I forgot again. Like all the other things I keep forgetting.

Five Hundred and Twenty, Or Thereabouts )
agapi42: Livia from I, Claudius (Barbara)
SJA! (That's not just cause it's an acronym; it's deliberate capslock) )
Overthinking something which did not make me squeeful )
On the subject of fic, Angela and I spent most of the day discussing a Leverage 16th century AU. See, in our Literary London module, we've started studying the criminal underworld of the late 1500s/early 1600s through contemporary pamphlets such as 'The Second Part of Coney-Catching' and 'The Defence of Coney-Catching'. They're amazing. They both relate lots of fascinating little tales.

'The Second Part''s stories are all about crimes these thieves, vagabonds, coney-catchers have carried out. My favourite was the one where this 'hooker' is trying to hook things out of this room through an open window and getting really frustrated because, unbeknownst to him, the porter is standing in the room, simply lifting anything that gets caught off the hook.

'The Defence' was amusing generally. It was purportedly written by a coney-catcher who was really annoyed that R.G was publishing pamphlets like 'The Second Part' (and the first part, and more besides) and telling all their secrets because everyone he tried to con just went 'I've read the book! You can't fool me.' It related tales of legally fine, morally rotten ripping off, complaining that their acts were much greater than anything he or his ilk did. Ready made 16th century Leverage plots!

We decided that Nate would probably be a 'upright-man' (previously a servant, skilled), Sophie a 'bawdy-basket' (comes to a house with stuff to sell and nicks other stuff), Eliot a 'ruffler' (a returned soldier too proud to beg) and Parker a Dell (young woman...curse non-specific definitions), so skilled in the Blacke Art (lockpicking) that she always plays the part of the Charme (lockpicker).

Hardison gave us some trouble. Four hours after the Literary London seminar ended, and two minutes after I had seen her last, Angela rushed out of her class to tell me (still waiting to go in to my lecture) that he could be a forger. It was okay, because the teacher wasn't there yet ;).

Last week, it was the Leverage team attempt to steal from Brax's collection. This week, 16th century AU. We do enjoy the module and pay attention during the seminar, honest.


Dec. 8th, 2008 06:37 pm
agapi42: Sarah Jane says oops (SJA - Sarah oops)
Part Two of SJA is now up on iPlayer! ZOMG MUST WATCH. But labelled Part One, for some reason, although the summary is for Part Two. Only noticed when I realised there were two Part Ones of this story.

(YAY MY SARAH OOPS ICON IS BACK! THANK YOU, [ profile] chicafrom3!)
agapi42: Four offers Sarah Jane a jelly baby (Who - Jelly baby?)

Okay, the UNIT dating controversy just got even more complicated.


Oct. 30th, 2008 04:19 am
agapi42: Livia from I, Claudius (Default)
Dear Person,

One clip is not enough to justify your assertion that Sixties companions = screamers. Maybe they are 'best known for their lung power' but that's only because of That Stupid Stereotype.

You're making me remember Paul Parsons, Person. Stop that now.

To those that actually bother to watch anything broadcast in black and white, they are known to be Rather More Awesome Than That Stupid Stereotype. In fact, I've just looked 'The Moonbase' up on Wikipedia and from the short sypnosis alone, I can pick out two sentences which seem to indicate there is Polly (a girl, woman, female) awesome there (remind me to watch more Polly, soon) and that she does, in fact, serve more of a purpose in the story than to scream and be comforted.

Although I will agree with the statement 'Fortunately, male characters were always there to give support' because saving the world single-handedly, even when More Awesome Than You, can be tricky.

I love my TARDIS teams. (Also Sarah Jane's 'gang' is made of shiny win-ness.)

Also, screaming ≠ bad. Screaming = perfectly natural and understandable reaction. I don't think I would be brave enough to travel with the Doctor. If I did, I'm sure there would be quite a bit of me screaming.

Yes, it's another so-late-it's-early post from me.

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