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Captain America/Sandman

hell is empty and all the devils are here by [archiveofourown.org profile] halfmoonsevenstars
Bucky meets the Endless. I liked the bits with Delirium and Dream best, but it's all an interesting look at Bucky's character.


Avengers/The Unusuals
Substitutions may change the flavor profile by [archiveofourown.org profile] daroos
Clint gets kidnapped so the Avengers convince Jason Walsh to pose as him while they try to rescue him. Fun crossover with nicely melancholy undertones.


Young Avengers

Oh, Just Go Nameless by [personal profile] mad_maudlin
Kate and Noh-Varr wake up space-married. Needless to say, they're not happy about it. This is adorably in character.

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The Cooperative Cetacean Extrication by [archiveofourown.org profile] NocturnalRites
Wendy + the Middleman + BBatB Aquaman = OUTRAGEOUS!!!! This is so AMAZINGLY PERFECT AND HILARIOUS I CAN'T EVEN. ♥♥♥



Concentrated Other by [archiveofourown.org profile] eustaciavye
"They are only objects," she told them. "This River is not the river that can flow and bend."

buT iN tiMe You MaY SEe thE plaN I haVe FOR yOu. unTIl THen YoU MUSt be PATienT.
Short, sharp, perfect meeting between River and Delirium during her time at the Academy.


The Losers/Jurassic Park

Mission: Dinosaur Adventures by [archiveofourown.org profile] pollyrepeat
"Oh no," said Jensen.

"Jensen, we need to... talk," said Clay, like the words pained him.

"We’ve noticed that you seem..." Aisha began.

"Please stop," said Jensen. "Please, please, stop."

"Your head is up your ass," she finished, matter-of-fact. The kind of matter-of-fact that meant Aisha was about wade into topics that made her deeply uncomfortable, like feelings. Shit. "Tell us why."

"Would you believe me if I said I didn’t know?"

"Sadly," said Clay, "yes."
*dies and is dead* This is hilarious and perfect. The Losers v. dinosaurs, and Jensen's complete obliviousness to his own and Cougar's feelings. I laughed out loud many, many times and the story isn't even that long.


Alexander the Great/Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

Dear Aristotle by [archiveofourown.org profile] CrunchySalad
Hee! Bill and Ted land at Mieza when Hephaistion is there and he is most puzzled by them. Hilarious.

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When You Get Older by [archiveofourown.org profile] evewithanapple
Yesterday afternoon, before Sophie had arrived, she'd wanted to abandon the mission she'd been given entirely- vanish somewhere into the heart of the campus, take up classes, be given a certificate stamped with her name and accomplishments and walk along in the footsteps of those students walking across the courtyard in front of her eyes. Perhaps her mother would have wanted that for her. Not for the first time, she wondered if her mother had gone to school, what she might have studied, if she had dreamed of seeing her own daughter graduate. She couldn't know. She wished she could. For years and years she'd done what was expected of her; what was she supposed to do when nobody expected anything? Hanna goes looking for answers after the movie and meets up with Sophie again. Lovely.



Recoil and Grace by [archiveofourown.org profile] Effex
Delirium sends Lucifer on an errand to show him it's not too late. With a very cool crossover thrown in for good measure (I don't think you need any familiarity with the other source for this to work, so I am not listing it; if you get it, you will dig it). I enjoyed this.


The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Though the fig tree does not bud by [archiveofourown.org profile] TLvop
Driving is like meditation for Sarah Connor.

Ellison doesn't drive with her; he's holed up in a safe house with young Savannah, making plans, making philosophies. He has the Bible, and she has the road.
Sparse and lovely look at Sarah, who keeps on keeping on after the series finale.

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The Losers/Supernatural

collision is such an ugly sound by [livejournal.com profile] oh_la_fraise
So what if John Winchester had a twin brother? Franklin Clay and his team discover hunting. Very fun crossover.


Star Trek Reboot/West Wing

Election Days by [personal profile] raven
Wonderful Trek/West Wing crossover - CJ and Donna and the election of the President of the United Federation of planets. It's a ceremony for the media. It's always a ceremony for the media. CJ's actually gone outside for the occasion, though, which is something new after what feels like weeks and weeks living inside her office and sleeping under her desk. They're standing backstage, waiting for the fireworks to start. Above, there is the panoply of stellar light, asterisms of geostationary spacedocks with the familiar stars as backdrop.

Donna squeezes CJ's hand: doing okay?

CJ smiles and squeezes back.


White Collar/Castle

Five Ways Crime Does Pay by [personal profile] celli
Adorable! Five quick crossovers where Beckett and Castle work with Burke and Caffrey. *happy sigh*


Sandman/Pushing Daisies

Ten encounters with the Endless (and one that never happened) by [personal profile] minnow
Excellent series of encounters - Ned and Death, of course, but also Olive and Desire, Digby and Despair, and various other combinations. Lovely.

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Old Spice Man/Feminist Hulk

Untitled Old Spice Man/Feminist Hulk Crossover by [anonymous]
"Hello, Judith Butler. Allow me to scrub your back. So you and Feminist Hulk are saying that my devotion to Old Spice body wash might be part of a larger regulative discourse to maintain an essential ontological gender?" Feminist Hulk + Old Spice Man + Judith Butler. THIS MIGHT BE THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER READ EVER! ♥


Casino Royale/Inception
I Believe In Your Victory by [livejournal.com profile] pyrimidine
M is Eames's mum. Perfect.



Cities of Sand by [livejournal.com profile] tongari
Absolutely gorgeous fancomic featuring Saito and Dream (spoilery for Sandman if you haven't finished it).



Kick Harder by [livejournal.com profile] girl_wonder
Very cool story in which the Inception folks bring in Sophie to help them out on a job, but I think the real takeaway is that Parker is awesome and scary.



Highway to Hell, Michigan by [livejournal.com profile] southwindow

Highly enjoyable crossover with Supernatual & Zombieland. "No need for names," Tallahassee said coarsely, coming around from the trunk and pumping his rifle. "Only wherever it is you're headed." The two guys exchanged looks. Like, weird looks. Like, we're-pompous-asses-but-for-a-good-reason looks. "Well then." He gestured to himself. "You can call me Lawrence. And him?" He grinned, and fuck all if it didn't freak me out a little. "You can call him Detroit."


Supernatural/Burn Notice

Smoke on the Water by [anonymous]
Kids are disappearing in Miami, and Maddie ropes Michael into finding one of them. The Winchesters are working the same case, and when they cross paths, hijinks ensue. I enjoyed this a lot, though there are some weird formatting issues to watch out for.

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American Gods

do zla boga by kangeiko
So why, astute readers may wonder, do some older gods survive? Why are they, too, not forgotten in the wind, lost to newer gods with deeper thorns and larger armies at their back? / If I tell you it is good deeds and miracles, you will know that I am lying. Sharp, creepy story well in keeping with the tone of the book.


The Graveyard Book

Tipping The Balance by Laliandra
“So, it was a dark and stormy night in Prague,” Eli intoned. Silas frowned and said, “Yes, it was, actually.” “Wow, you two really did grow up together,” Jojo said with a snicker and Bod and Silas exchanged the puzzled glance of the pop culturally illiterate. While I don't really buy the pairing, this is a lovely story of Bod growing up outside the graveyard, and Silas coming in and out of his life, still. Really captures the feel of the book, and the ending is perfect.



Schizophasia by Imricita (whatimages)
She tried to make friends with a fairy tale once. It was about a princess who was a cat with emerald eyes; but under the force of Delirium's two coloured gaze, it started to fracture and warp, and soon it wasn't about anything at all. The emerald-eyed cat chases Delirium's fish throughout her realm, and no one remembers her name. Only Delirium remembers it; Delirium remembers everything. Destiny has read much, but Delirium was once Delight, and she forgets nothing. Absolutely dazzling story of the drive to create and the toll it extracts. Paul wants to write a poem. Delirium wants a friend. A bargain is struck. Brilliant.



And End With A Song - by Sullen Siren
"But things will be different." / "They always are. Or they appear to be. The change itself is a constant enough to make it invalidating. Change is constant, and thus nothing really changes," Lucifer said. / Her lips pursed. "You're kind of full of crap, sometimes." / "We can't all be omniscient." / "No, but you're closer than most." Lovely, in character story where Lucifer tells Elaine about Michael. *sniffle*

Copulative Dissonance by Vulgarweed
Short, sharp vignettes featuring Lucifer and Mazikeen, with fantastic characterization and humor.

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Pieces of Time by [livejournal.com profile] scarletts_awry
The scene in Brief Lives where Delirium and Dream visit Destiny, from Del's POV. I like this story a lot - it captures the wayward nature of Delirium's train of thought, how she digresses and digresses back around to the point maybe even she doesn't realize she's making until she's made it. Lovely. Grief is a floodwater, and it cuts deep enough that it belongs to Delirium. Grief is madness. Grief is knowledge.



Even the Angels by Moontyger
Michael and Lucifer have a conversation. Perfect little snapshot, with one hell of an ending. Short but packs a punch.

Crux by numinicious
While asking for his alliance against the Lilim, Lucifer schools Rudd on a few home truths. I really like Lucifer here. "Are you going to be the pot or the kettle, Morningstar? You, the first among all angels, the cream of the crop, one might say — and you fell. To this pit, to the bottom." Rudd smiles, cruelly. "The metaphor works both ways, Lucifer." "And look at me now." Lucifer matches his smile, kindly. "A Creator. Sometimes you have to fall before you can rise, Rudd."

Gloria In Exelsis Deo (maybe the highest, but not-Heaven) by kassie
I *love* this. I love how it captures Elaine perfectly. I love Duma and his worrying and gardening and his care-taking and his bliss at PIE (I love that there is PIE in a DINER with forward waitresses offering advice). I love grumpy Gabriel and his eons-old feelings of sibling rivalry, and Lucifer's presence at the end, how Elaine still needs his validation, still loves him and how he, in his way, loves her. *heart*

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Queen of Morning by Sister Coyote
Lovely, lyrical look at Susan. "King Peter's courage and King Edmund's wisdom and Queen Lucy's boldness I would have," Reepicheep said, "but for a keen eye and a graceful hand, I could find no better, my archer queen."



The Taste of Desire by [livejournal.com profile] curry_fish
Desire does not want. Really sharp look at Desire, making it almost sympathetic, yet still retaining that razor edge that makes it so dangerous.

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Batman Begins/Ugly Betty

Betty and the Bat by [livejournal.com profile] wrigleyfield
Alfred hires Betty Suarez to be Bruce Wayne's new assistant. "I think I'm almost glad that this is it. I-I mean, when it comes to rich people doing weird things, this has got to be normal. A-At least it's… useful." I am not sure if this is complete or if it's going to continue, but it reaches a fairly satisfying end point, as it stands, and it's all pretty freaking adorable.


Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Harry Potter

Every Farthing of the Cost (Dingoes Ate My Baby remix) by [livejournal.com profile] meredevachon
The original is one of my favorite crossovers, and this remix is a lovely look at the story from Oz's pov.


Supernatural/American Gods

The Great God Pan Is as Dead as Disco by [livejournal.com profile] sophiap
Really fantastic crossover with "American Gods" - captures the feel of the book really well. Mr. Nancy and the nameless Trickster bet and speculate about the Winchesters, who don't realize they've caught the eye of some older gods.


Supernatural/Gilmore Girls

You Don't Have to Be Crazy to Work Here (But It Helps) by [livejournal.com profile] kellifer_fic
Adorable Sam Winchester/Jess Mariano story (yes, you read that right), where they work in a record shop together the summer after Sam's freshman year at Stanford.



The Only Thing We Have To Fear (The All In The Family Overdub) by [livejournal.com profile] hossgal
Fantastic remix from Death's POV, really captures all the Endless, and I especially love the relationship Death and Dean develop, and the confrontation between Death and Desire. Really excellent work. *hearts*



Its Hour Come Round (The Paradigm Shift Remix) by [livejournal.com profile] medie
Lovely look at Chloe as she uncovers the truth about Sam and the supernatural, and introduces him to aliens in the process.

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Gilmore Girls

Something Borrowed, Something Blue by [livejournal.com profile] amidalashari
Luke and Lorelai give it another whirl. I really like how this story captures the anxiety underlying Lorelai's quick and witty banter.


Pushing Daisies

Dark Things by Nina
"Chuck, I don't know if I can keep myself from touching you." Lovely, atmospheric, bittersweet.



Sleep for Grief by Thuvia Ptarth
There's a building ahead of you, its windows smashed and its roof burning, and you know that it's a library, and that there's nothing you can do to save it. An older story (I thought I'd recced it already), powerful and heartbreaking.

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Firefly/Pirates of the Caribbean

That Wave's Shadow by [livejournal.com profile] voleuse
Sharp, insightful look at both Mal and Norrington.


Supernatural/Pirates of the Caribbean

Mariner by [livejournal.com profile] iseult_variante
Lovely look at one hunter who frequents the Roadhouse, and the story he has to tell. (written before At World's End)



A bedtime story by Vix
Once upon a time, a boy set out on a quest to save his brother. Fantastic crossover with Sandman - gets the tone of it just right, and Death especially is spot-on. (implied Wincest)


Dark Angel/Supernatural

Today's Tom Sawyer by [livejournal.com profile] ladyjanelly
AU post-Devil's Trap; John and Dean are gone, in 2009, Sam finds Ben (who looks just like Dean except for that weird barcode tattoo on his neck), and takes him in. Interesting, sad. The only thing a wolf-cub can grow up to be is a wolf.

and the sequels: Ridin' the Storm Out by [livejournal.com profile] ladyjanelly
The pulse hits while Sam and Ben are on a hunt.

The Space He Invades by [livejournal.com profile] ladyjanelly
But this—this feels right, to be there for Ben like he was there for Dean. The cost doesn’t matter a bit. Sam, Ben and Bobby, the first post-pulse winter and werewolves. Lovely.


Supernatural/The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Requiem (Casualties of the Human Condition) by [livejournal.com profile] freneticfloetry
Two FBI agents meet for a drink in a bar. Henriksen and Ellison and obssession. Really well done.

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Beginnings by Wasuremono
Death, awaiting Susan's birth, and feeling a little asea. Charming.

The Birthday of Eternity by Panjianlien
Death's in a little bit of a pickle, so he goes to Nanny Ogg for help. Adorably hilarious.

Home for the Holidays by googlebrat
Mort and Ysabell bring Susan to spend Hogswatch with her grandfather, who is a little lonely on the holiday. Starts out charming and funny and takes a turn for the achy at the end.



He Kindly Stopped For Me by [livejournal.com profile] serenissima
DEATH and Death meet and fall in love. Lovely and heartwarming and sweetly, wryly funny.



Sunlight Through Birch Leaves by corialis
Lovely, sharp, poignant and evocative. Kaleidoscopic. Glimpses of dreams and memories that add up to a moving story. Really captures the feel of canon, I think.

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A Gentleman (And A Thief) by [livejournal.com profile] leiascully
Awesomely in character and adorable story in which Mal shows up at the Princeton-Plainsboro free clinic, and Cuddy takes care of him.


Supernatural/Harry Potter

Old Country by [livejournal.com profile] astolat
A really fun crossover in which Dean inherits a wizarding estate and wacky hijinx ensue. The story contains Wincest, but the sex has a coercive element I found exceptionally squicky; since it's also completely unimportant to the plot, you can easily skip it, and the rest of the story is worth doing that. Dean + Hufflepuffs + Goblins = awesome.


Supernatural/Friday Night Lights

When All You Have Left Is by Molly
Lovely and heartbreaking. It's the end of the world, but Tyra has Sam and Dean Winchester looking out for her. (Tyra/Sam, Tyra/Dean)



Harvester of Eyes by [livejournal.com profile] gwendolyngrace
Fantastic. John is hunting the Corinthian and Sam and Dean slip through a Soft Place into the Dreaming. Excellent use of the Sandman story and characters, and a tight, suspenseful, moving story.

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Sandman/Pirates of the Caribbean
"If thou be'st born to strange sights..." by [livejournal.com profile] pandarus
Captain Jack Sparrow + Delirium, in an open boat on the ocean. And then Jack lands on an island, and meets another familiar face. Really enjoyable.


The World's a Small Child in the Dark by [livejournal.com profile] stele3
Dean's year, and he's got a list. Sam finds it, and is determined to help Dean check off all the items. There are some characterization things in here that didn't quite work for me, but overall I really enjoyed the story, and the cameo appearance by one of the Endless. (Wincest)


Supernatural/Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Overheated by [livejournal.com profile] teand
Dean meets Cordelia when her car overheats. Flirty banter ensues, and though no real secrets are revealed, both recognize something in the other that's familiar. Wonderfully done.


Supernatural/The Crow
Through A Glass Darkly by [livejournal.com profile] azewewish
"Even the condemned lie to those they love." "Yeah, well, the point is, it's not okay." Sam and Dean in the wake of John's death, working a case. Sharp, difficult, heartbreaking crossover with "The Crow." Some minor grammatical nits but nothing to stop you from enjoying the story.


Supernatural/Harry Potter
Of A Sort and A Rough Start by [livejournal.com profile] ignipes
In the first, Dean has a fairly epic conversation with the Sorting Hat, and in the second, he spends his first week at Hogwarts trying to escape. The merging of the two worlds is well-thought-out, and the characterizations are spot on.

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Pirates of the Caribbean/Sandman

To Sail Beyond the Sunset by [livejournal.com profile] pandarus
Norrington meets Death. Lovely. (AWE spoilers)


Supernatural/The X-Files

Like love we seldom keep by [livejournal.com profile] vaznetti
Sharp, sad, slightly creepy crossover with X-Files. John runs into Marita, who's being haunted.

There Are Worse Ways To Go by [livejournal.com profile] mahoni
Sam has a vision about the death of an FBI agent named Mulder. Yes. Like that. *Awesome*.

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Happy Families by SullenSiren
I really like this. It's everything about the Lucifer-Elaine relationship I find interesting - how they're alike, how they're different, how they're not quite family but almost, and how she amuses and surprises even him. And I really like the musings on godhood.


An Awfully Deep Well by Laura JV
Absolutely love - lyrical piece that gets the essentials of each of the Endless in small sketches. I especially like the Delirium and Death sections.

The Taste of Honey by Edo no Hana
Oh wow. I ... I have no words. This starts as one thing - highly enjoyable, a day with Death and Dream, and they're so in character, and then it becomes something larger and deeper and more painful, and true. Amazing and beautiful.

reflection by vongroovy
Delirium and Delight. Oh, oh, Del... Oh, this breaks my heart and is so perfectly *right*. I can't even articulate how perfect and beautiful and achy and resigned this is, and how much I love it. Absolutely fabulous.

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Take Your Carriage Clock and Shove It by Amberite
A brilliant take on Thessaly. I'm a god of me.


Bright Iron, Bitter Ashes by hossgal
I'm not sure how well this actually fits with Fables canon, but as a reimagining of Cinderella, it's brilliant - sharp, dark, smart, and true. Well worth reading.

Once Upon a Time by Seanan
Lovely vignette in which Bigby Wolf thinks about what it means to be a wolf, and to be a man. What does it say about my childhood, that I come from a time and a place where even the wind could fall in love, and mean it?

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Ouroboros by [livejournal.com profile] selenak
Smart, engrossing crossover in which the Furies, via Lyta Hall, stalk Connor after Not Fade Away.

A New Watcher's First Lesson in Recruitment by [livejournal.com profile] r_becca
Dawn's in Salem for recruiting purposes. Things don't go quite as planned, but she meets Ron Weasley, and that's okay too. Eeee! Dawn/Ron.

Everybody Dies Alone by [livejournal.com profile] honorh
Mal has a conversation with Death in Serenity Valley. Lovely and in character.

Good Omens/HP
The Consequences of Bloody Manchester, or Why Summoning Demons Is a BAD Idea. by [livejournal.com profile] io_aenaria
Okay, this story had me at Mrs. Black's given name being Olympias. She conjures up Crowley for a bit of the old in-out and, well, there are unexpected consequences. Hee!

SportsNight/The Muppets
Five Muppets Isaac's Pretty Sure He Never Hired by Amy
*flails* Awesome, hilarious, brillant SportsNight/Muppets crossover that gets the characters' voices absolutely right. So much love for this story.

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Her Vorpal Sword in Hand by [livejournal.com profile] sangerin
Lovely, sense-making, in character Cordelia/River story that picks up Cordy where she left off and drops her in a place where she can be found by the crew of Serenity.

Rough Heals by [livejournal.com profile] voleuse
Brief yet brilliant BtVS/Firefly crossover. What is a key, after all, and why should it die? Dawn lives and watches the ‘verse change.

Constantine (movie)/Harry Potter
Jacking Gehenna by Mirabella
Hot, brutal, brilliant Constantine/HP crossover. Harry has one last thing to finish off, and only Constantine can help him. (John Constantine/Harry Potter)

Nights of endless conversations by Fahye
Utterly brilliant Firefly/Sandman crossover. Jayne and Destruction, Mal and Dream, Inara and Desire - it's all so perfect. And then the last little moment of lucidity for Delirium... Absolutely awesome.

Firefly/Stargate: Atlantis
The Big Bang and Everything After by cgb
This is so River it hurts, beautifully. I read this on the strength of my love for River and my confidence in cgb's writing, because all I know about Rodney McKay is that he's a scientist and a bit of an ass, but in this story, he's a man lost in a strange and distant future, and River is so perfectly River, and they have a meeting of the minds over mathematics. Poignant and sharp.

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The Brothers Grimm

Lucky He Doesn’t by [livejournal.com profile] seperis
Creepy and hot, this story cuts to the dark heart beating beneath fairytales and turns everything we seem to know about Jake and Will inside out in a completely believable, heartbreaking way.


Pirates of the Caribbean/Sandman

Death and the Captain by Trinity Day
Captain Jack Sparrow has a conversation with Death while marooned on that island. Highly enjoyable.


Sports Night

Beautiful Sorta by [livejournal.com profile] circusgirl
Dan/Dana! I know! Beautifully written and spot-on Danny voice.

A quote:
The thing about Dan, the thing that makes him either sexist or chivalrous, a gentleman or a cad, is that he can't stand to see a beautiful woman cry. She doesn't even have to be beautiful, really. Pretty, marginally attractive, homely, hideous, there is something about a woman that is bigger than magic, and there's not a lot Dan believes in, in the way of magic, but women are it. A woman crying means something is horribly wrong, and it hurts Dan's heart.

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Harry Potter/Sandman

Incarnate by Fay Jay
Snape learns that stoppering Death isn’t exactly as easy as he’d always thought. Lovely, bittersweet and beautifully capturing both Snape and Death, this is a great crossover.


more people need to write Lucifer fic. more more more!

An Invention, in Parts by [livejournal.com profile] the_grynne
Sharp, smart evocation of Mazikeen.

Thursday’s Child by shrift
Brilliant look at what it must be like to be Elaine Belloc - strange and wonderful and a little bit scary. I also like how the implications of her infatuation with Lucifer are referenced obliquely.

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Gilmore Girls

Five Things That Never Happened To Lorelai Victoria Gilmore by [livejournal.com profile] fairy_tale_echo
Five very different, very possible outcomes for Lorelai and Rory.



Small Fish by FayJay
Beautifully bittersweet, sad and yet hopeful fic in which Dream (v.Daniel) visits Death, and Death thinks about how he isn’t Morpheus, but he’s still Dream. Lovely and poignant.



The Milk and Cookies War by Punk
Sweet, funny, playful and flirty fic in which Lex tries really hard (for some unknown reason) to resist Clark’s wiles.

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These are all from the [livejournal.com profile] yuletide archive (and there are a few more I'll probably eventually get around to reccing, but these are all the stories I recced before the authors were revealed (plus one pinch hit Ocean's 11 fic that's utterly FABulous).

In no particular order whatsoever. I'm cut-tagging, because it's longer even than normal (55 stories in 38 fandoms. I think. Math and I are unmixy things at the best of times, which today is not).

Edited 7/25/06 - I've split this post into several posts and removed the cut-tag. [/eta]


Good Omens/Dogma
Christmas Mixer by [livejournal.com profile] monkeycrackmary
Hee! Office Christmas parties are the same everywhere, and the Metatron attempts to escape from conversation with Aziraphale at this one. Witty, clever, with a spot-on Aziraphale voice, and lines that I can easily imagine Mr. Rickman speaking. (I will see Dogma one day. It's on my list.) Anyhow, read this fic.

Good Omens
The Probability of Ducks by [livejournal.com profile] graycastle
Just ducky. Sorry. Seriously, wonderfully ineffable and in character banter between Crowley and Aziraphale on the possibility of ducks.

Comfort and Joy by [livejournal.com profile] penknife
Crowley and Aziraphale do Christmas shopping. Charming and wonderful and... ineffable. Just excellent.

Eight Nights by [livejournal.com profile] daegaer
This is just absolutely darling. Aziraphale is sneaky and clever, Crowley gets presents, and their affection for each other shines through nicely.

A Precise and Accurate History of Monday, Eleven Years Later by [livejournal.com profile] giddygeek
oh, I'm in love with this story. It makes me all achy in the chestal area because it's so warm and loving and sweet and funny. Just completely charming.

Take Your Brother to Work Day by [livejournal.com profile] marksykins
Lovely revisiting of "The Shadow of Her Wings" with Death taking Daniel along for a day's work as he attempts to become comfortable with his new role. Really nails the characters.

Whose Names Are Death by [livejournal.com profile] bravecows
Brilliant, poignant, clever story in which Death of the Endless visits Death of Discworld.

Further Reflections by [livejournal.com profile] foreverdirt
Susan Sto-Helit and Death of the Endless meet, and find they have things in common. Just delightful. The voices are spot-on.


Go and read if you haven't already, and give feedback to the many splendiferous authors.

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Harry Potter
Astronomy by [livejournal.com profile] sloanesomething
Lovely and sad and hurtful picture of Sirius and Andromeda, ready to escape the Black family, and Bellatrix, who doesn't want things to change. All three are drawn wonderfully well in lovely, spare prose, and the last line is a kicker.

A Creature Void of Form by Ignipes
During GoF, Remus visits Sirius in the cave on Christmas. Sirius here is slightly less together than he is when we see him in GoF, but it makes sense that he's not keeping up appearance for Remus. I like the way the issues lying between them are handled, though nothing is resolved.

Doubt the Curve of the Earth by [livejournal.com profile] starstillwonder
Lovely post-prank Remus/Sirius fic.

Falling by Saiph
Wonderful story of Lily finally softening toward James. Couple minor grammatical errors don't detract from the fun banter and the breathless feeling of rapprochement turning into something warmer.

Just Waiting by [livejournal.com profile] mousapelli
Remus goes through the veil to bring Sirius back. Fabulous use of POV and just a really intriguing retrieval method.

Lights, Night and Otherwise by [livejournal.com profile] krabapple
The day of Harry's christening, Lily watches and thinks about her husband's friends, and the cracks are already showing in their relationships. Quiet, evocative, deeply felt, this story is lovely and sad.

One Is for You by [livejournal.com profile] phineasjones
Oh, man, this story hits so many of my bulletproof kinks in such a short space I can't even begin... Sirius sits in a diner and asks Remus to meet him, because he has something he wants to say. I love this fic so much. Hopeful, poignant, hot - everything I could want in a Remus/Sirius fic.

Out of the Bag by [livejournal.com profile] iibnf
Snape doesn't like Transfiguration, and McGonagall finds out why. Lovely.

Queer by [livejournal.com profile] switchknife
Sirius is not queer, if by "not queer" you mean, "lusting after Remus." It's all Remus's fault. Hilarious, hot and sweet.

Something In Between by [livejournal.com profile] dorrie6
Wistful story about Neville and his gran. She loves him, and maybe she hasn't always known how to show it, but he gets it now. Sigh.

Undone by [livejournal.com profile] librae
Omigod, so very hot. Either Sirius wants to prove he's more perverse than Remus, or he just wants Remus to feel better about his own perviness, or, most likely, a combination of the two. Either way, Sirius wanks while Remus watches. Mere words cannot convey the hotness here.


Harry Potter/Sandman
Place We'd Never Leave by [livejournal.com profile] northatlantic
Snape meets Despair, per my request. It's not pretty, but oh god, the story itself is *gorgeous*. And the *ending*. I never thought I'd find myself feeling sorry for Despair, but Dre manages it. And Snape... *is shamed to admit a soft cry of "woobie" on his behalf almost forced itself past my trembling lips*


Read, love and send the authors feedback. *g*

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Ultimate Spider-Man/Ultimate Wolverine
Spray Evenly, Until Slightly Damp by Azurine
Peter Parker and Wolverine sounds like an insane idea, especially in Ultimate-verse, but Az brings both the hot and the funny here, and how can you not love a fic with lines like this: Hey, what's a sponge bath between buddies, right? Logan is hurt bad, Peter’s hiding him, and the smell is going to get Peter in trouble. So what’s a superhero to do? Give the man a bath, right?


Curiosities by Penknife
Tom Riddle meets Erik Lehnsherr. Two men with both more and less in common than you'd expect. Let the creepiness begin.


Prelude by Nifra Idril
Tom Riddle poring over Roderick Burgess’s journals, as Alex Burgess tries to keep him entertained and away from the prisoner in the basement. Eeeee! *shivers*

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Edited to add yuletide author names

I’m separating out the [livejournal.com profile] yuletide recs because they don't have authors' names attached at the moment, but once I add them to the Unfit Recs pages, they’ll just be listed with the rest of the fandom recs, and I'll add the authors' names when they're revealed.

also, how are Jack/Will or Xander/Willow rare pairings? But what the hell do I know?

Yuletide recs, by fandom:

Bend It Like Beckham
Friendship and Love by Claire
Bend It Like Beckham should inspire fic, because who *didn't* think Jules was in love with Jess? Well, Jules isn't sure, herself, and there's that whole Joe thing in the way, but she's working through it, and this fic follows her thoughts

Homicide: Life on the Street
All Is Calm and All Is Bright by Seana Renay
Frank visits Tim in prison at Christmas time. Oh, the guilt, the conversation, the perfect Frankentim-ness of it all will break your heart.

Northern Exposure
Oy Magic by Smara
Northern Exposure fic! Whee! Joel and Chris and blowjobs around a fire at the full moon. Guh. And a really good Joel-voice, I thought, which was necessary to make me believe this, because me? I adored Fleischman/O'Connell in all its irritating push-me/pull-you glory. But Chris... mmm...

Pirates of the Caribbean
Out of His Depth by Gloria Mundi
Oddly, I haven't recced any PotC fic, mainly because I haven't read much of it, though I have a list of links. But I really enjoyed this, with Will getting the tour of Tortuga, and discovering that Jack's beautifully tanned skin lingers in his mind's eye. They go for an unexpected moonlight swim, and Will realizes what he wants. Lovely.

Alike in Ignorance by Eleanor K.
Desire intrudes on Dream's meeting with Hob Gadling. Amazingly lovely, in character (and Dream/Desire is a hard sell), and hot, with lush prose and an aching sense of need and confusion. *g* Brilliant.


Go. Read. Enjoy. Send feedback.

Also, lemme know if any links don't work, if you liked, you didn't like, you find the recs helpful or not...

Happy Holidays!
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32 Short Fics About Xander Harris by nwhepcat
32 drabbles, each a snapshot of Xandery goodness, from Welcome to the Hellmouth to Cleveland.

BtVS/Good Omens
California Dreaming by daegaer
Crowley is called to account by Hell’s accounting department. The Hellmouth in Sunnydale is his road home. Yes, Good Omens meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Better on the GO than on the BtVS, but still, a damn funny story.

The Waiting Room by Nestra
Death's not what Buffy expected. Excellent BtVS/Sandman crossover, that nails both first season Buffy and Death. It made me a little sniffly and still put a smile on my face, which is the essence of both BtVS and Sandman, don't you think?

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The Boy Who Gave Away His Birthday by Mary Borsellino
Lovely fic about a boy who falls in love with Dream.


West Wing
As Chaste as Ice by Heather Jarman
Beautiful, sad story in which Josh contemplates Donna's betrayal, and comes to a decision about their relationship.



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