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This conversation talks about the updates to the Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego fanfics on VILEHeadquarters.com.
Tonight we bring you some of the greatest Twilight Fanfics that we have ever had the pleasure to read.
First up is Happily Ever After by BlueLuteedwardfan
Second is Anal Lovins by EdwardlovesJacob
We recommend following along on Fanfiction.net.
It’s a rare day when a movie comes to F4F Radio’s attention. Of course there was “The Devil Wears Prada”, which we discussed in 2009. But generally speaking, a hit Hollywood movie – a couple hours and it’s done - can’t generate the same level of enthusiasm and the same number of devotees as a hit TV series – creating hours and hours of new material over a period of several years. Tonight, however, we’ll be visiting the world of the movie “Pitch Perfect”, which has already generated hundreds of fanfics since its release in the fall of 2012. Sort of a mix of “Glee” and “Bring It On”, PP tells the story of Beca (Anna Kendrick), a reluctant college freshman who is drafted by an all-female acapella group and becomes the unlikely key to their tournament success. The person doing said drafting is senior Chloe (Brittany Snow) and, well, let’s just say it involved no clothing whatsoever. The chemistry between Beca and Chloe is what caught the attention of fans all over the country, some of whom happened to be fanfic writers – and we’ll be interviewing two tonight. Our guests will be first-timer Novel Concept, who wrote stories like “Storytellers and Legends” and “The Harmony That Kept Me Sound”, and the returning GilliganKane, author of “Your Body is a Wonderland” and “Song Beneath the Song”. Joining me as cohost will be former guest Misty Flores, and together we’ll discuss Beca and Chloe, not to mention Aubrey (Anna Camp), Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) and the other ladies of the Barden Bellas who occasionally catch our fancies.
For tonight’s show F4F does something it hasn’t done in a while and focuses not on the TV show or the fandom or the webseries or even the author within the fandom, but solely on the author. While some great past guests have spent years writing within a single universe – Chris Dee being a perfect example – others have created a body of work where the number of stories they’ve written is matched only by the number of fandoms they’ve sampled. From Harper to Fembuck to Della Street, these writers have created fanfics in too many different worlds to cover in a single show. Tonight’s guests, Tamoline and Louisa, are more recent discoveries of mine. Tamoline is probably best-known for her “Kalicia” stories in the “Good Wife” fandom (which is still MUCH smaller than it ought to be), while Louisa, a Kalicia writer herself, has spent more time on “The Vampire Diaries” fanfic. But they’ve also done excellent work writing in the worlds of “The Avengers”, “Criminal Minds”, “X-Men”, “Ultraviolet”, “Chronicles of Amber” . . . shall I go on? Whatever world they choose to inhabit at any given minute, we’ll be talking about it tonight.
in Video Games
As a part of this busy stretch in September where F4F will air three live shows in just 16 days, tonight we will be revisiting the world of video games. In the spring we discussed "Mass Effect", the successful Bioware trilogy which allows players to not only choose the gender of their character, but also have romantic relationships with various characters, including lesbian relationships with women like Liara T'Soni. So it's quite appropriate that we switch focus to another successful pair of Bioware titles, the fantasy RPG "Dragon Age: Origins" and its followup "Dragon Age 2". Much as in "Mass Effect", gamers can play as either a male or female character, and if you make the right decisions, you can potentially have a lesbian romance with Leliana in "DA:O", and either Isabela or Merrill in "DA2". UNLIKE "Mass Effect", you can also select one of 6 different backgrounds for the main character in "DA:O", such as Human Noble or City Elf. All of this adds up to a goldmine for "DA" fanfic writers, who have as many as FOURTEEN different femslash pairings to choose from between the two games. And THAT'S just the canon pairings. Noncanon femslash fanfics with Morrigan from "DA:O" are almost as prevalent as those with Leliana. Tonight we'll have on 3 fanfic authors, all of whom have worked with different pairings in one or both "DA" games. Sisirongana is known for her FCousland/Morrigan epic "A Series of Completely Unrelated Events". Leogrl19 paired FHawke with both Merrill and Isabela in "Priority One" and "My Tornado". And KalenCaelli wrote the angsty FTallis/Leliana fic "The Last Dance". We'll be joined by cohost Rae D. Magdon, who like Sisirongana was a guest author for my "Mass Effect" interview.
in Video Games
This week F4F Radio will boldly go where it hasn't before, to a galaxy far, far away. That's right, for the first time we're going into space - to play video games. The "Mass Effect" trilogy is one of the most successful console game series of the decade, and "Mass Effect 3" has certainly been the most prominent, most controversial game of 2012, thanks to an ending that has frustrated nearly everyone to beat the game. Once you get past the hoopla, though, you get a vastly entertaining action-RPG game that allows the player to initiate romantic storylines between the male (or female) hero, and various male and female supporting characters. Yes, that's right, since ME1 the female Commander Shepard could become involved with, among other people, the asari Liara T'Soni. Which, coincidentally, is the main pairing we'll be discussing tonight. Two of tonight's guests are best-known for their fanfics pairing "FemShep" with Liara - Rae D. Magdon, writer of the "Can Wait" series, and N.Q. Wilder, who wrote the "All Things Must Pass" trilogy. Our third and final guest has also written FemShep/Liara, but Sisirongana has spent more time on stories like "Blood From a Stone" for an (unfortunately) noncanon pairing, FemShep/Miranda Lawson.
Tonight, we talk about the updates on our Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? fanfics.
Having recently spent a highly successful hour discussing "Rizzoli & Isles", F4F Radio looks to continue that success by remaining with the same genre, the same network, and even the same NIGHT. "The Closer", an award-winning police drama that wraps up its seventh and final highly-rated season this summer, stars Emmy/Golden Globe winner Kyra Sedgwick as Brenda Leigh Johnson, a Southern belle who just so happens to be a CIA-trained interrogator who heads the Major Crimes division of the LAPD. For several years, "The Closer" remained under the radar for the LGBT fanfic community - that is, until the arrival of Captain Sharon Raydor (two-time Oscar nominee Mary McDonnell), head of the Internal Affairs division responsible for investigating the use of force by police officers. Over the last three seasons that has meant Brenda and Sharon frequently butting heads over whose investigation takes priority. It's also meant dozens of Brenda/Sharon fanfics, thanks to the tension and friction generated by the evolution of their relationship from enemies to allies. Tonight we will have three guests to discuss their Brenda/Sharon works - Rahleeyah, author of the epic "Where You Least Expect it"; I-Love-Capn-Raydor, who wrote the equally epic "Synchronicity"; and Toomanycats, who created the ongoing series "Physics/Chemistry". We'll discuss our favorite ladies, whether Brenda's marriage makes writing more challenging, and what impact the end of "The Closer" and the upcoming Sharon Raydor spinoff "Major Crimes" will have on the fandom.
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