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Master List of Elizabeth Culmer's Fiction
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FANFICTION:

General Disclaimer: These stories are based on characters and situations created and owned by other people and corporations. I make no money from this borrowing of intellectual property, and intend no copyright or trademark infringement.

Organization: This list is organized primarily by fandom; within each fandom, it's arranged first by associated story cycles and then by writing date. Word counts and writing dates are approximations.

Content/Warning Policy: 1) I am not consistent about warnings! I use them when I remember, for a few relatively broad categories of potentially problematic content, but if something is off-page, non-explicit, or generally backgrounded, I probably won't think to note it in the metadata. Read at your own risk! 2) The things I try to warn for are explicit sex, rape, murder, torture, cannibalism, incest, depression/suicide, familial dysfunction, and occasionally also societal dysfunction (aka dystopia). Sometimes I just slap a general content warning on all my fic for a given fandom and don't label each individual fic. I also don't generally warn for violence, unless the violence in a fic is dramatically out-of-step with the violence in its source canon. 3) I don't use any content rating system unless I'm posting to a site or community that requires or encourages ratings, because I find movie-style ratings counter-intuitive when applied to written fiction, and not particularly useful for anything other than denoting the presence of explicit sex, which I already note in the metadata.

Quality Rating System: I've marked my favorite stories with asterisks, on a scale of 1 to 4. The more asterisks, the more I like the story. This doesn't necessarily mean that stories without asterisks are bad, just that I don't like them as much. Also, I am not claiming to be an arbiter of taste; you may love stories I dislike, and vice versa. I am just providing a heads-up about the ones that I think are best written and/or most interesting.

Where To Read: What I post on my journal tends to be the equivalent of a beta draft. If I have cross-posted a story literally anywhere else (except Tumblr; fic content there is just a mirror of fic content here), read the version that isn't on my journal. Versions on AO3 are definitive. If there is no AO3 version, read the ff.net version. If there is no ff.net version, read the FictionAlley version (only applicable for HP fic). Failing that, read the journal version, because that's the only one there is.

Harry Potter Fanfiction

Naruto Fanfiction

Angel Sanctuary Fanfiction

Chronicles of Narnia Fanfiction

Homestuck Fanfiction

Minor Fandom Fanfiction
(currently includes BtVS/A:tS, Daredevil (MCU), The Dark Is Rising, FF7: Mercverse AU, Inception, and Star Trek: AOS)

Miscellaneous Fanfiction
(Currently includes: American Gods, An Ash-Blonde Witch, Arthurian Mythology, Avengers (MCU), Batman, the Bible, the Black Jewels series, the Bourne trilogy, Captain America (MCU), Charlotte's Web, Code Geass, the Darkangel trilogy, Death Note, Discworld, Doctor Who, Enchanted Forest Chronicles, The Girl with the Silver Eyes, Glee, Gormenghast, Guardians of the Galaxy (MCU), Hamilton, Hexwood, The Homeward Bounders, Howl's Moving Castle, Labyrinth, Lord of the Rings, Lucifer (comics), Mad Max: Fury Road, Merlin, the Oz books, Ranma 1/2, Rise of the Guardians, Sailor Moon, Saiyuki, Seaward, Shakespeare, Star Wars, Tam Lin (Pamela Dean), White Collar, Wolf Hall, X-Men, and Yu-Gi-Oh!)

Crossover Fanfiction
(I do not cross-list crossovers and fusions under their component fandoms; this is the only place to find them. Currently includes: the Anita Blake series, ASoIaF, Avatar: The Last Airbender, the Black Jewels series, BtVS, Cardcaptor Sakura, Chronicles of Narnia, the Darkangel trilogy, The Dark Is Rising, Discworld, Doctor Who, Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Ender's Game, Gundam Wing, Harry Potter, Hikaru no Go, Homestuck, Inception, the Indiana Jones movies, Leverage, Lucifer (comics), MCU (various), Merlin, Naruto, the Oz books, Sandman, Stargate: SG-1, Star Trek: AOS, Vorkosigan Saga, Welcome to Night Vale, and a couple other things that only appear in memes rather than actual fic.)

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ORIGINAL FICTION:

These stories are all mine! *grin* I use the same warning policy and quality rating system as for my fanfiction.

All Original Fiction

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My various bingo cards: Cotton Candy Bingo, Round One (Blackout!); Cotton Candy Bingo, Round Two; Daredevil Bingo; Genprompt Bingo; Domestic AU Prompt List
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I am up to 40 fills over at the Three Sentence Ficathon, god help me (though three of them are really for the same prompt). So it is time for another catch-all post!

I am still not very good at the three sentence limit, though I did manage to wrestle seven of the following fills back into the constraints of the form. \o/

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1. Why We Fight - Bourne trilogy (movies) )

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2. Wrong Turn at Albuquerque - Chronicles of Narnia )

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3. Geometry - anthropomorfic )

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4. Bad Influence - Chronicles of Narnia/Star Trek )

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5. Of Mourning - Chronicles of Narnia )

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6. Thelema - the Bible )

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7. Happily Married - Chronicles of Narnia )

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8. Target Practice - Captain America )

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9. Open All the Doors - X-Men: First Class )

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10. Irrevocable - Game of Thrones/Merlin )

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I will post the girl!Arthur/Eames fics tonight or tomorrow. Now I am off to fold laundry. Ah, laundry. So necessary, yet so evil.
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Yuletide assignments have gone out, and I am not in the least surprised that I was matched on one of the two fandoms I offered after looking at the signup summary page and saying, "Oh, hey, someone requested that, nobody's offered it, and I know that canon source. Sure, why not, I could write that."

Fortunately, I was matched on the source I happen to have sitting in my apartment instead of the one that I am pretty sure has been out of print for twenty years and the only copy I know of offhand is in my old hometown library in New Jersey, four hours away from me. :-) Convenience of access is a beautiful thing. Now I just have to reread the blasted book.

Of course, first I have to finish reading A Dance with Dragons, because I promised Vicky I would read that book by Thanksgiving so she could squee and gripe about it with me (and get into elaborate Wild Mass Guessing theories about the plot and characters and world-building, because that is what we do together), and to hell with the minor detail that I haven't reread the first four books in the series for at least four years. Page 71 and counting... out of 959. *headdesk*

(As you may have gathered from that, Vicky did not, in fact, arrive tonight. She's been intermittently sick this weekend and had a bit of a relapse this afternoon. She will be coming up with my parents and their dog tomorrow.)
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My mom is a librarian. From before my birth until the end of this June, she worked at the Drew University library, mostly in the cataloging department, but later getting other repsonsibilities as things were reorganized and other people retired. She reads a lot.

But. I would say that about 80% of her reading is in the mystery genre. She is NOT a speculative fiction fan. (My dad is, to some degree, which is probably where I get my interest from -- I spent a lot of my childhood trying to figure out what insane troll logic he used to organize the myriad bookcases in our basement so I could find what I considered the "good stuff" amidst the acres of technical science, the reams of history, and the random literary classics.)

Anyway, the point of this is that today my mom sent me the following email:

Subject: Do you know of George R.R. Martin?

Hi Liz,

I had breakfast with D (C's mother) at Atlanta Bread Co. this morning. C is a writer and now works on a temporary project at Pearson Publishing (lots of textbooks, I think) in Boston. She loves it. She's into fantasy also and was in line at a bookstore to get a signed copy of Martin's latest book, something about fire and ice? Just wondering what you know about it.

Love, Mom



To which I replied,

Okay, I am on a proper computer now, not my phone, so here is a longer reply:

Yes, of course I know George R. R. Martin! I have only bought all four previous books in the series and discussed them at length with Vicky
right in front of you for years. :-) Their titles are "A Game of Thrones," "A Clash of Kings," "A Storm of Swords," and "A Feast for Crows."

one-paragraph summary of the series )

I don't think you'd like the books. They are pretty horrifically violent at times -- which is par for the course when describing internecine warfare and medieval politics -- and there are no important mystery or romance subplots. I love them, though, and the only reason I haven't bought "A Dance with Dragons" (Book 5) yet is that I am waiting to see if we'll get copies at the smoke shop. If we do, I want to buy it there, both for the 25% discount and to support the business that employs me. :-) If we don't, I will order it via the Science Fiction Book Club, which will also give me a discount, but the shipping costs eat some of that and they also print their own editions which tend to be slightly smaller (and sometimes slightly flimsier around the bindings) than the regular publisher's editions.

The series is in the process of being adapted as an HBO television series -- "Game of Thrones." You may have heard of it. They are turning each book into a season, and season one recently ended. It has been well-received so far.

Because of the TV series and the publication of "A Dance with Dragons," I recently ordered paperback copies of books 1-4 for the smoke shop, so we will have them on hand -- we did have copies of "A Game of Thrones" and "A Clash of Kings," but they sold out a couple weeks ago. Interest is high! But for some reason the book purchasers at STNC were leery of getting copies of "A Dance with Dragons." They said a $35 price tag was too high. I think this is weaselly bullshit -- they have sent us $35 books before, and I know for a fact that one of the two book purchasers has already bought a hardcover copy for himself from a different store -- and PM has requested the hardcover, but we haven't heard back from STNC yet.

Anyway. That is a small portion of what I know about Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. :-)

Love, Liz



I grant you that was somewhat overboard, but really. She has seen me reading those books, she has heard me and Vicky talk about them at great length, and I think I may even have mentioned them to her a month or two ago in context of the television series. "Do you know of George R.R. Martin?" Of course I do.

My mom's final word on the subject:

OK, that may be more than I ever needed to know. Except that STNC should heed your good judgment. D had mentioned the HBO series but since we get only channel 9, 11 & 13 at this point my TV attention is seriously low.
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Master List of Elizabeth Culmer's Fanfiction: Crossovers
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Organization: This list is organized in vaguely chronological order, counting from the start of each series or multi-chapter story. Memes and miscellaneous one-shots are at the bottom of the page. Word counts and writing dates are approximations.

Content/Warning Policy: 1) I am not consistent about warnings! I use them when I remember, for a few relatively broad categories of potentially problematic content, but if something is off-page, non-explicit, or generally backgrounded, I probably won't think to note it in the metadata. 2) The things I try to warn for are explicit sex, rape, murder, torture, cannibalism, incest, depression/suicide, familial dysfunction, and occasionally also societal dysfunction (aka dystopia). Sometimes I just slap a general content warning on all my fic for a given fandom and don't label each individual fic. I also don't generally warn for violence, unless the violence in a fic is dramatically out-of-step with the violence in its source canon. 3) I don't use any content rating system unless I'm posting to a site or community that requires or encourages ratings, because I find movie-style ratings counter-intuitive when applied to written fiction, and not particularly useful for anything other than denoting the presence of explicit sex, which I already note in the metadata.

Quality Rating System: I've marked my favorite stories with asterisks, on a scale of 1 to 4. The more asterisks, the more I like the story. This doesn't necessarily mean that stories without asterisks are bad, just that I don't like them as much. Also, I am not claiming to be an arbiter of taste; you may love stories I dislike, and vice versa. I am just providing a heads-up about the ones that I think are best written and/or most interesting.

Notes: My approach to crossovers is to take a stupid and/or ridiculous idea -- because crossing two separate secondary worlds is almost always a silly thing to do -- and treat it as realistically as possible, paying particular attention to characterization. I figure that I'm asking readers to suspend so much disbelief over jamming two series together that I'd better not push on any other aspect. Also, I feel the point of a crossover is to have characters from different canons meet -- or at least to have characters from one canon react to a different canon world -- so if you aren't writing them in-character, why are you even bothering? *grin*

Where To Read: As always, if an AO3 version exists, it is definitive. FF.net versions are definitive in the absence of an AO3 version. Journal versions are the equivalent of beta drafts, though the shorter and/or fragmentary works may never be posted anywhere else.

Contents: Lemonade, Locked Room Problems, An Ounce of Prevention, Weregild, The War of Secret Flames, Narutostuck, One Equal Temper of Heroic Hearts, Jewelstuck, When Natasha Met Parker, No Matter Where You Are, Edmund and Ginny Go to Harfang, assorted Narnia crossovers,miscellaneous crossovers, crossover memes

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Lemonade )

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Locked Room Problems )

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An Ounce of Prevention )

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Weregild )

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The War of Secret Flames )

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Narutostuck )

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One Equal Temper of Heroic Hearts )

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Jewelstuck )

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When Natasha Met Parker )

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No Matter Where You Are )

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Edmund and Ginny Go to Harfang )

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Assorted Narnia Crossovers )

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Miscellaneous Crossovers )

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Crossover memes )

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