flywoman: (HatTrick!Messi)
Title: it's just no good anymore
Artist: [ profile] waterpulse
Author: [ profile] flywoman
Rating: M
Word Count: ~3500
Warnings: Rough (consensual) sex
Summary: His countrymen have never loved him, but his greatest rival just might. A sequel to one is the loneliest number and no is the saddest experience, but all you really need to know is that this is not a first-time fic.
Author's Notes: Thanks to my beta, [ profile] jezziejay, and to my artist, [ profile] waterpulse, who produced such wonderful gifs to accompany this fic! Written for [ profile] futbal_minibang Round 4.

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flywoman: (xavikerhug)
Title: Mi cama es tu cama
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 3958
Warnings: Underage semi-sexual exploration, nothing too explicit
Summary: It doesn't make sense for Leo to leave La Masia for siesta, so naturally he ends up in Cesc's bed. Lionel Messi/Francesc Fábregas/Gerard Piqué bromance/pre-slash, a.k.a. Baby Dream Team romantic friendship problems.
Author’s Notes: Thanks very much to [ profile] jezziejay, my faithful beta, and to [ profile] uphemism for the amazing, adorable artwork she made to accompany this piece! And thanks to the mods of [ profile] futbal_minibang for providing the pressure I needed to set my work aside for a while and write again.

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flywoman: (Xaviker)
Two US agencies are holding hearings on copyright reform; enough powerful people (ok, companies) think that copyright law needs changing that this might actually happen.  Don't let it happen without fannish voices: the OTW is soliciting stories of how creating transformative works has helped people in day-to-day life, whether that's through building language skills, video editing, writing, coding, or anything else.  You don't need to provide personal information, but the more specific the better.  You can submit your story through this form.  We need to speak up, or we'll be left out.

-Reblogged from [ profile] rivkat's LJ. She is an intellectual property law professor, btw.
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Today's New York Times features an article on Harry Potter fandom and its uneasy truce with the franchise that inspired it. It includes some brief mentions of fanart and fanfiction, and also this: "Before the Harry Potter movies started breaking the first of many records, it was perhaps easier to believe that mass culture is something consumers largely experienced top down, like the big infantilized blobs in “Wall-E,” unthinkingly gulping whatever they’re fed."

Um, really guys? Have you never been to a Star Trek convention? Or is that just not mass culture enough for you?

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