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Jaidon ([personal profile] cridecoeur) wrote2013-07-24 03:56 pm

the big damn master post

I would hope the title would be enough, but in case it isn't: here you will find links to all the work contained within this journal. The poetry is closed-access because I am a sensitive little flower and don't want people I don't know seeing it, which is kind of perverse because I like it best. Oh well. Anyways!

fiction

title: please let me suffer like you
pairing: jamie/nathaniel
rating: r
word count: 1875

title: regretful
rating: pg-13
word count: 815
warnings: um, numbered sections?
a/n: i have read too much john yau. that is my iron clad defense. it is not very good. or very iron-clad.

title: down on the shore
rating: g
word count: 544
a/n: okay so this time i was reading james kelman. i think it shows. also this kind of worked out as a story about mothers on mothers day. that was not even my intention when i started but it worked out well!

the space dragon au 'verse

the meaning and depth cycle

title: Boardwalk Jitters
pairing: Nicholas/Peter
rating: PG, guys, so pg it hurts.
word count: 1311

Peter and Nicholas were half-way down the boardwalk on a blustery Saturday afternoon, coat collars turned up against the wind, when Peter caught sight of a booth that boasted over-large stuffed animals for anyone who could knock down a pyramid of glass bottles - a game that was undoubtedly rigged, which did not seem to matter to Peter.

title: Dragons Will Never Hurt You
pairing: Nicholas/Peter
rating: PG-13
word count: 1896

By the time Nicholas had left the train station, staggered onto the bus, and then staggered, perhaps with even less grace, onto the sidewalk out front of his and Peter’s apartment building, one o’clock had well and truly passed, and he was exhausted enough that when his key to the building did not work the first three times, Nicholas seriously considered sleeping on the sidewalk.

title: Crocodiles, Revisited
pairing: Nicholas/Peter
rating: PG-13
word count: 2333

Nicholas was fairly certain shopping for his last apartment had not been so utterly horrific.

title: Ho, Ho, Ho, Etc.
pairing: Nicholas/Peter, Tess/Claudia
rating: PG-13
word count: 1722

Nicholas, as everyone knew, was a terrible gift giver, which was embarrassing for a man of 28 to say, especially one who could afford to give at least moderately extravagant gifts - he did not lack funding, but according to Tess, he did lack taste.

title: Ringtone Romance
pairing: Nicholas/Peter, Tess/Claudia
rating: R
word count: 4281

They were at He’s Not Here when the news broke; Vasya was the first to know because he had, Nicholas thought, a vast and terrifying spy network and so knew of everything that happened in tristate area before anyone else did. That, and he compulsively checked his phone, his e-mail, and, more to the point, the news, despite the fact that he should be checking none of them while working.

fireflies 'verse

title: Everyone's a Casualty
pairing: Sparrow/Joel
rating: PG-13
summary: Joel, discontent with his life and his failing writing career, in love with one of his own characters, literally slipping back and forth between his own world and a fantasy world on the other side of his bedroom door, lives day by day, without much sense of direction. But something he can’t control is haunting the world he’s created, and when it slips out into the real world and cuts him off entirely from the world on the other side of the door, he has to make a choice to stay in a world separate from what he loves or help tear it down, entirely.



The rest of this fiction section is work that is, so far, incomplete. There is... a lot of it, ha ha. Stories are listed in descending order of publication, with the most recently updated at the top. Which is the:

space dragon 'verse

the old stories, which are now defunct, can be found under this nifty tag. What follows is the reboot of this universe.

title: the ghost in my mouth
piaring nikolao/pipra. although i haven't reached the point in the story yet where that becomes relevant.
rating: pg-13
word count 1108-ish. i don't know if word counts footnotes in with everything else, so it could be more.

scenes one and two: where in dioscorus is succinct, nikolao is a psychopomp, and pipra picks them kind of young.


without body 'verse

title: a corps perdu
pairing: freyja/liv
rating: pg-13
word count: 1963

stories told while dreaming

a town on the edge of never


machines and spirits 'verse

title: machines and spirits ought to know
pairing: hestia/leper (or daniel/gabriel if you're freaky).
rating: r so far. we'll see if I'm brave enough to move beyond that.
word count: 4816, so far.

opening scene

oh, look, hestia has a back story

this is a really upsetting reaction to murder D: (a.k.a. let's kill jubilation!)

another crazy bastard. what larks. (a.k.a. sin never should have crossed this particular negative.)

Extras:

sin's character study



heartbeat 'verse
title: i left your heartbeat in the ground
pairing: gul/kettil
rating: pg-13
word count: 804

prologue-ish bit



like flowers 'verse

title: like flowers, dropped from a rocket
pairing: itu/richter
rating: r, so far.
word count: 834, so far.

opening scene



collection of corpses: a three-page daily challenge
january: 14

scriptwriting

the space dragon 'verse. again.

title: lalo
pairing: leikr (lalo)/mieli
rating: pg-13
page count: 15

INT. SKIMMER SHIP, BRIDGE - DAY

INT. CELL BENEATH Y'ROST CIET - NIGHT

EXT. FOREST IN OUTER WORLD - DAY

INT. MIELI'S BEDROOM - DAY

INT. MIELI'S BEDROOM - DAY

for the fucking lulz: the laser bear 'verse

title: with a little zep from my friends - OR - what happens when i'm bored and decide writing a rom com about super heroes is a good idea
pairing: patrick/dwyn
rating: pg-13
page count: 3

on first read-through, you might think i was high. i was not.


poetry

Note: There is a "collected works" PDF of both my poetry and prose-poetry linked from this post. It includes about 20 poems that are not posted here and likely never will be because I am super lazy and don't want to make all those posts. Note 2.0: this is PDF is no longer up to date as of 06/05/11. All poems posted after that date are marked with a * and are open access.

a love song for irish funerals

amphetamine leave joy

awake, sleeper*

body/mind

each morning secret

farewell rose

forgetting

ghost, ghost

in cathedral colors

love in thunderstorms*

the old road once walked

the whisper of dry-dead corn crops in july

under your fingers

untitled one


prose-poetry

think of the systems mute

whatever i find cries you, you

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