Over on Tumblr, fandomtrumpshate
(a fannish charity auction) is now open. You can find all the contributor pages on fandomtrumpshateofferings
; here is a tag list
to use when searching for contributors by name or by fandoms they're willing to work with. Bidding runs through January 19th.Here is my contributor page
. It contains the information I have copypasted below, as well as links to my bidding spreadsheet and bidding form.
Type of fanwork: fic
Fandom(s): Chronicles of Narnia, Homestuck, Daredevil (MCU), others subject to negotiation; please check my previously published work for a starting point
Rating(s): G, Teen, Mature
Length/size: up to 10k words, depending on how much the bidder contributes.
Especially interested in: Worldbuilding; families of choice; works centered on female characters; works centered on something other than character introspection or romance
Will not: I will not write pining, and I suggest you avoid asking me for trope-heavy genre romance since the results will likely disappoint you. (My attempts at romance tend to come out low-key and often indistinguishable from extremely close platonic relationships, which is not what many people want from shipfic. *wry*) Aside from that, I don't have a hard and fast do-not-want list. Please contact me to make sure your request is something I can write to our mutual satisfaction.
Notes: A $5 bid will get you a guaranteed minimum of 1K words. Each additional $5 gets you another 1K words, with an upper limit of 10K words. These words do not have to all be written as part of a single story; you can split them over two or three shorter prompts, though the total word count will remain the same. I am open to trying most things, but it's hard to know in advance what might turn out to be a deal-breaker. PLEASE contact me to run your prompt past me before finalizing your bid, to make sure we both come out of this happy! :)
I have never participated in a fandom auction before; I suppose we'll see how it turns out. I do
, however, have a lot of experience writing to prompts, and this is your chance to get a story with a significantly higher guaranteed minimum wordcount than I usually offer. (For the record, the usual minimums I offer when I run mini-ficlet prompt memes are 3 sentences and/or 100 words if it's just a meme for its own sake, and 500 words if I'm trying to knock off bingo squares; most exchanges, of course, set a 1,000 word minimum.)