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Okay, lots of things to get through in this post because I've taken time and actually gotten shit done in my real life.  Astonishing, I know.  Sorry if I haven't been responding to comments/emails in a timely fashion - it's easy for me to get lost in my thoughts lately.  So, first things first:

Remix Reveal, Castiel Comment Fics, and May Writing Meme Days 6-10 )

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Should have mentioned this earlier but, well, I'm flaky at times.  A lovely anon did something amazing - took an exceptionally silly comment fic that I wrote (while drunk) for the prompt "bird shit" and turned it into a remarkably effective and tight character-study of Dean Winchester and the twisted interplay of porn, coffee, google, his conscience, and birdshit in his mind.  It's delightful and unexpected and I couldn't have asked for anything better.  So go check out Someone had written "clean me" in the scum around the edge and give it all the love it deserves.
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I pinch hit for Remix Redux this year due to the regulations still discounting crossovers when gauging eligibility (I'm just going to drabble my tuckus off this summer and get myself eligible for full-fledged participation next year).  My remixee was the delightful [ profile] elliemurasaki, and I picked Sing a Sad Song, her coda to My Bloody Valentine, which made extensive use of the song 'Hey Jude,' as my source material, and which I highly recommend you read first.  My concept was pretty simple: 'Revolution' is the b-side of 'Hey Jude,' and so I flipped the subject matter too: instead of Dean POV and reflections on Mary, this is Sam POV with reflections on John.

Title: Sing a Song of Revolution
Fandom: Supernatural
Rating: PG-13 (language, dark subject matter)
Disclaimer: Supernatural is the property of Eric Kripke, the CW, and their associated corporate entities.  I make no claim to these characters.  The lyrics to 'Revolution' are credited to Lennon-McCartney.
Beta: [ profile] booster17, who, as per usual, was right about everything.
Summary: For Sam, withdrawal blurs the lines between past and present, between real and imagined, and between Lennon-McCartney.

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