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16 January 2013 @ 10:29 pm
Title: Optimal Noise Level
Pairing: Mark, Eduardo (gen or pre-slash depending on the setting of your slash goggles)
Rating: PG
Warnings: None
Word Count: ~5k
Summary: Eduardo spends enough time in Kirkland that he might as well be living with them. He's always over, to study, to hang out, sometimes staying late enough that he falls asleep. Eliot must be a horrible, noisy, unwelcoming place.

Optimal Noise Level
04 January 2013 @ 01:43 am
Title: she's thunderstorms
Pairing(s): Mark/Eduardo
Rating: R
Warnings: Internalized homophobia, sexism, sex with dubious consent, gender identity crisis, non-linear timeline?
Word Count: 5,300~
Summary: Having sex with a guy turns Eduardo into a girl. It's complicated.
Author's Notes: Oh God, I am so sorry that this is late. I tried to write a fic that was tailored to your prompts, but I don't know how well I did. I am extremely sorry for the lack of actual porn. Ahead lies genderswap of the weird variety, boys with feelings, girls with feelings, nakedness, Sean Parker being a douchebag and other things. Happy holidays, Julia :)

Thank you so fucking much to hold_onhope for beta-ing and for helping me hash out all the complicated details. Deer, you are a LIFESAVER and this fic would have been in shambles without you ♥

Title from the Arctic Monkeys song.

over at my lj!
03 January 2013 @ 04:35 am
Title: The Mezzotint
Pairing(s): Mark/Eduardo
Rating: PG-13 (if that!)
Warnings: ghosts, hotels, au, fixit, reference to M.R. James's story of the same name
Word Count: c. 5100
Summary: Eduardo buys an old print at an auction. Mark thinks he's an idiot. Mark is pretty much right. But not, strangely, about everything else.

Notes: My deepest, deepest apologies to my poor recipient, who has waited so long and patiently for this! My only excuse is that I am in a different country to usual, and just as I got hooked up with internet, LJ decided it disliked my ISP intensely.

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02 January 2013 @ 05:15 pm
Due to the lack of response from select participants, I must start looking for new pitch hitters. If you’re interested in giving a hand, please email me at thesantanetwork@gmail.com or comment here. I’m hoping to start posting for those right around January 15th for writers and artists can have plenty of time to work on their new pieces.