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September has actually started, but I've unilaterally decided that it's still not too late to sign up for the next round of the who_at_50 Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon:

Round Nine: Three

(Secondary prompt: Who Spinoffs)


If you have an interest in Doctor Who fanwork of whatever form, take the time to look at the post on one or other of the LJ and Dreamwidth version of the comm. If it takes your fancy, be sure to announce your intention to take part!

The Livejournal Version

The Dreamwidth Version

Remember - all fanworks of whatever form are more than welcome!


 
 
50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Nine: Three

(Secondary prompt: Who Spinoffs)


The Four-centred eighth round is on-going, but already signups have begun for the next in who_at_50's series of monthly fanwork-a-thons counting down to the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. I hope this month's themes will pique your creative interests. The dashing, be-frilled, hard-driving and hard-karate-ing Three is this month's Doctor, as well as everything his presence implies; Jo, Liz, Sarah Jane, the UNIT gang and the Master. And, to keep things that bit more interesting, our secondary theme centres upon Doctor Who's various fully-fledged spinoff series. While that includes the obvious suspects in the form of Torchwood and the Sarah Jane Adventures, it could also take in curiosities like "K9 and Company" or the proposed Rose Tyler spinoff that never was, or indeed the various spinoff series we've seen in other media such at the audios. If you like Doctor Who fanwork even a little bit, I urge you once again to take the time to look at the signup posts on the comm and, if you so desire, express your interest in taking part:

The Livejournal Version

The Dreamwidth Version

Remember - all fanworks of whatever form are more than welcome!
 
 
06 January 2013 @ 06:03 am
  
FAQ | Rules | Round One | Fills

unwhosual is a prompt comm for Doctor Who
intending to cover ships, spin-offs and crossovers
typically glossed over, that the fandom at large has
moved on from, or which nobody has thought to do
before. Membership is open and posting unmoderated,
and you can prompt as many ideas as you like,
and you can fill as many prompts as you like.
 
 
28 October 2012 @ 08:17 am
I'm very much hoping the comm is still going..

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Liz
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11 July 2012 @ 09:14 pm
I've put together a small tribute post to Caroline John with 10 Liz Shaw icons plus a few fic recs, over at my journal here.
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01 July 2012 @ 11:44 pm

Title: Namesake
Author: john_amend_all
Characters: Section Leader Elizabeth Shaw, Queen Elizabeth X
Rating: All ages
Prompt: dw_straybunnies Prompt of the Month
Word count: 3027
Disclaimer: "Doctor Who" characters belong to the BBC.
Summary: A Royal audience for Section Leader Shaw.

At the Teaspoon: { Namesake }

Crossposted: dwfiction legsofscience

 
 
 
07 March 2011 @ 01:27 pm
I've just discovered this wonderful com., so I thought I'd post this Liz/ Brig fic I wrote recently (apologies to those of you who have seen it elsewhere).

Title: Unfinished Business.
Author: tree_and_leaf
Characters/ Pairing: Dr Liz Shaw/ Brigadier Alastair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart.
Rating: 15.
Warnings: none.
Spoilers: very vague ones for series 7.
Words: 1785.
Summary: Liz has unfinished business with the Brigadier. She thought she’d accepted it would have to stay that way…

There are more categories of women than ‘wife’ and ‘cheap tart,’ you know.
 
 
08 October 2010 @ 02:47 pm
Title: Redefining Normal
Author: shinyjenni
Characters: Grace, Liz
Rating: PG
Summary: After you've met the Doctor, you can't really go back. Liz knows this, and Grace is just learning.
Warnings: None
Notes: Thanks to persiflage_1 and ghost2 for beta reading! The first paragraph refers to Grace's appearance in the DWM comic strip, though you don't have to have read that to understand this. General Kramer, mentioned later on, is from Vampire Science. And the Scully references in the second paragraph are lovingly stolen from Angel.
Word count: about 1,500
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