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Monday, January 4th, 2010

Subject:Equilibrium - Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
Posted by:ineptshieldmaid.
Time:8:20 pm.
Title: Equilibrium
Fandom: Twelfth Night
Rating: Teen and up (Archive of Our Own standards)
For: lorannah, in Yuletide '09
Pairings: Everyone/Everyone else

This absolutely qualifies for this community, because I did secondary source readings for it. No really, I did. There's even a footnote. The *slash* in it is mostly by implication, though. Unless you count Cesario/Orsino, which I do.

Find the fic On the Archive of Our Own
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Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Subject:A Hamlet drabble for the holidays:
Posted by:irisbleufic.
Time:4:31 pm.
(Forever and Never Again - Hamlet/Horatio - R)

Monday, August 31st, 2009

Subject:New Chanson de Roland Ficlet:
Posted by:irisbleufic.
Time:11:23 pm.
(No Course But This - Oliver[/Roland] and Ganelon - PG13)

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Subject:New Hamlet Fic: "Epitaph" - Horatio, Fortinbras, Players - PG13
Posted by:irisbleufic.
Time:3:30 pm.
Title: Epitaph
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: PG-13
Characters: Horatio, Fortinbras, Players
Notes: I can blame this one on a fever-dream I had on the train. That's about all.
Summary: Good my lord, will you see the players well bestowed? Do you hear, let them be well used, for they are the abstract and brief chronicles of the time. After your death you were better have a bad epitaph than their ill report while you live.

(The news had come suddenly, borne on the shrieks of servants in the corridors.)

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

Subject:Fic: Stolen Unawares (John Adams)
Posted by:cerebel.
Time:1:17 am.
I wrote this fic a little while ago, but a friend of mine just pointed me towards this community. Which is totally the best place ever for it.

Pairing: Thomas Jefferson/Alexander Hamilton, insinuations of nonexistent Jefferson/John Adams/Abigail Adams.
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: Bondage, vague d/s themes, ZOMG historical slash
Spoilers: Through ... history?
Disclaimer: History most likely didn't happen this way. John Adams isn't mine.
Summary: “I do not trust you,” sighs Jefferson, “but I find it most difficult to refuse your elaborately dogged insistences.”

( Read more... )
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Friday, October 17th, 2008

Subject:Community pimpage:
Posted by:irisbleufic.
Time:2:04 pm.

Are you a fan of Gawain/Bertilak? Or how about Roland/Oliver? Write it, read it, whatever: this community has been sitting barren for about four years. If they're knights from somewhere in the canon of medieval lit and you slash them, then we want them here!
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Thursday, September 18th, 2008

Posted by:suce_fleur.
Time:9:55 am.
I'm new here, so I figured that I might introduce myself and offer a fic as well. I'm Jen and I adore all manners of historical slash, particularly 18th century slash. I'm excited to see what this comm. has to offer. ^^

Without further ado, my offering.

Title: As Long As You're Mine
Author: Suce_Fleur
Rating: R
Word count: 1152
Characters: George Washington, Lafayette
Summary: After the Battle of Monmouth, Washington and Lafayette discuss General Lee, among other things.

War does strange things to a man's mindCollapse )
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Subject:Gloming Dark: Beowulf shortfic
Posted by:ineptshieldmaid.
Time:12:27 am.
Wrote this one a while back...

Title: Gloming Dark (Yeah, uh. Didn't know what to title it so I followed the grand old Medievalist principle of naming the text by the first noun phrase therein.)
Fandom: Beowulf (Various eds & trans used- Klaeber's ed; Liuzza's trans; Heaney's trans.)
Characters: Beowulf, Unferth and Wiglaf in an unpleasant triangle which I shall not honour with the term 'slash'.
Rating: R, for non-con.
Word Count: 279. This one was hard enough to do without forcing it into a neat word count.
Appertaining Warnings: As above, non-con. Also, I've been translating Beowulf for several hours tonight, so have a Weird Medieval-oid Syntax Warning.
Prompt: </a></b></a>goblinpaladin wanted Beowulf/Unferth, which isn't what he's getting, but this will have to do. It is written, it shall be read, and it shall never be spoken of again. Particularly not in the hearing of certain lecturer-types, understand?

( here be linky )

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Sunday, September 14th, 2008

Subject:"Thoughts" - Ophelia, Hamlet/Horatio - PG13
Posted by:irisbleufic.
Time:7:10 pm.
Title: Thoughts
Fandom: Hamlet
Characters/Pairing: Ophelia, Hamlet/Horatio implied
Rating: PG-13
Notes: I've always been fascinated by the tendency for directors to have Ophelia go off on Horatio during the "By Gis and by Saint Charity/Alack, and fie for shame/Young men will do't, if they come to't/By cock, they are to blame" part of her song in the madness scene. If directorial decisions - enacted, picked up, and endlessly replicated - so easily enter popular canon, then it is only fitting to ask why.
Summary: Though this be madness, yet there is method in it.

(For I am more than half sick of shadows, having become a shadow myself.)

Friday, July 11th, 2008

Subject:France/Anjou 4EVA
Posted by:highlyeccentric.
Time:11:27 am.
In honour of tarimanveri, who likes to slash the sons of Henry II with Phillip Augustus, I present:

A fairly amateur icon celebrating high medieval slash

medieval,history,me,Why the hell not?
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Monday, October 15th, 2007

Subject:hello community
Posted by:callya.
Time:1:13 am.
I wrote these for my best friend Ruth because she rocks and defaces my books with tiny Atticus♥Ciceros and forgets to tell me about them before I hand them in.

Title: Letters
Rating: NC-17
Characters: Cicero, Tiro, Atticus

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TITLE: Melody
PAIRING: Achilles/Patroclus

You had no consideration for my pure reverence of your thighs, ungrateful after all our frequent kisses*Collapse )

I hope you like!
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Monday, January 29th, 2007

Subject:An ongoing piece of medieval literary proslashtination:
Posted by:ajodasso.
Time:11:22 am.
This was written for azureflight in response to the 'timestamp' meme that's been going around. She asked for a follow-up to my Chanson de Roland trilogy; she asked for what memory the landscape of Rencesvals holds onto. Because I never posted the trilogy to this community, I'm going to make a complete reposting so those of you who haven't read the trilogy know what's being referenced in the new epilogue piece. The pairing is, obviously, Roland/Oliver.

(Trilogy: Accidents, Safe, Rest for the Wicked / Epilogue: Sand, Tree, & Stone)

Saturday, April 29th, 2006

Subject:Well, it's not sweaty!wilderness!sex, but...
Posted by:cbizkit.
Time:2:34 pm.
Two Lewis/Clark fics. One happy, one angsty. Because there is NOT ENOUGH Lewis/Clark slash out there, what with the numerous people who agree it's lieksoOTP. I am shamelessly playing to an underserved niche. :D

The happy one:
Title: Capt. C. Tastes Water
Rating: PG-13 for, um, things implied?
Summary: Clark can taste the difference between the Missouri and the Mississippi. Lewis doesn't believe him.
Notes: Spawned by my faulty memory (explanation in the actual entry). Very absurd. Clark POV.

The other one is a drabble with no title, Lewis POV, about Clark and his wife. It's depressing. It can be found here.

x-posted to historic_slash
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Sunday, January 29th, 2006

Subject:Fic: For Who So Firm (Jefferson/Hamilton, PG)
Posted by:riverflame.
Time:1:06 am.
Mood: groggy.
Title: For Who So Firm
Rating: PG
Notes: "For who so firm that cannot be seduced?" - Cassius, Act I/Scene 2. Thomas Jefferson/Alexander Hamilton. I made tons of junk up, but there are quite a few actual quotes stuck in there. Critique and criticism: yes, please!

( If two men have a common interest, they are both victorious. )
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Tuesday, January 10th, 2006

Posted by:spiderwood.
Time:10:04 pm.
Hey, I'm new to this community, and you all rock! Thanks for giving me much-needed laughs.

On the Something Awful Forums, I came across a thread in which somebody said, "I work for a publishers of scientific journals, and while no one is going to do Lancet/Cell slash, I'd be interested to know in case something involving derivative work comes up".

That sounds like a challenge to me. Sadly, I have far too much work to even think of writing one right now, but if anybody else wants to, have at it!
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Tuesday, December 27th, 2005

Posted by:karla_yonit.
Time:8:46 pm.
The Inspiring Musings of Mr. Peppe

Not slash, but rather hysterical. It's the compiled quotes of my biology teacher from last year. I created and still manage the site.
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Thursday, December 1st, 2005

Posted by:karla_yonit.
Time:5:43 pm.
Hello all! I just found this community. Less-than-three. I haven't any slash to post yet, but at some point I plan to slash last year's Italian textbook (Amici; it teaches Italian through a continued story about an Italian boy named Renzo and his American friend John.)

Also, all the other students at my school have very dirty minds, and perhaps I will try to remember some of the associations they come up with and post them here.
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Sunday, October 9th, 2005

Subject:more Hamilton gay :))
Posted by:riverflame.
Time:10:54 am.
Alexander Hamilton and John Laurens

John Laurens was a state legislator from South Carolina who, like Hamilton, was an aide-de-camp to General Washington in the war. His father, Henry Laurens, was the President of the Continental Congress. Hamilton wrote a series of what are sometimes referred to as "love letters" to Laurens. Whether their relationship was ever sexual is not known, but history books often ignore this portion of the statesman's written legacy.

"I wish, my dear Laurens ... it might be in my power, by action rather than words, [to] convince you that I love you." - Alexander Hamilton

John Laurens was killed in battle late in the war. Hamilton and Laurens are depicted together on the "Surrender of Cornwallis" commemorative U.S. postage stamp released in October of 1981.


OMG. This was the best part of my research. XD (Alexander Hamilton! Why do you have such slash appeal?)

(ETA: this is from this Alexander Hamilton page, which, I must admit, has a bias. Which doesn't invalidate it, of course; only means that it should be taken with a grain of salt. Le sigh.)
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Saturday, October 8th, 2005

Subject:Hamilton/Jefferson, yes?
Posted by:riverflame.
Time:4:32 pm.
I'm supposed to be writing an essay about Hamilton vs. Jefferson, but all I can think of is Hamilton/Jefferson. aslkjfs. Reading Jefferson's own writings on it doesn't help much, either! (apparently TJ admired Hamilton’s character yet felt he was "bewitched and perverted by the British example, as to be under thorough conviction that corruption was essential to the government of a nation." Whatever, Jefferson! You know his perversion turns you on! XD)

(that, and Hamilton/Washington, ZOMG TOTALLY. except Washington probably didn't even like sex. *sigh*)
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