7 July 2012

michelel72: (SGA-Rodney-Pensive)
Title: Clipped
Author: [livejournal.com profile] michelel72
Genre/Rating: Gen; FRT for themes
Wordcount: 3600
Timeline/Spoilers: Full AU; spoilers through 1x03 "Hide and Seek", and one line of dialogue from 1x01 "Rising"
Warnings: Violence/torture/mutilation (not graphic)
Disclaimer/Policies: This is a work of fanfiction inspired by the television series "Stargate: Atlantis" and "Stargate: SG-1". All feedback of any length, including constructive criticism, always welcome. Transformative/derivative/related works always welcome if credit is given. If my warnings for triggers/squick are inadequate, please let me know.
Crossposting: Original copy at AO3; mirror at Livejournal; mirror at DW
Notes/Credits: The "Angst" category at the SGA Genficathon category collapsed (five signups, no fics), so I took one of my WIPs and wrapped it up as a pinch-hit within two days. My apologies for the roughness.

Cover art by [livejournal.com profile] tridget! At LJ; at AO3 (Added 18 July 2012)

Summary: When a Scholar is attacked and mutilated, a Healer takes extraordinary measures to save him. A Guardian is then tasked to protect them both.


Clipped )
michelel72: (SGA-Rodney-Math)
Title: The rusty wire gives way
Author: [livejournal.com profile] michelel72
Genre/Rating: Gen; FRT for themes (apocalypse/dark)
Wordcount: 2700
Timeline/Spoilers: Post-series, set soon after the final episode
Warnings: None
Disclaimer/Policies: This is a work of fanfiction inspired by the television series "Stargate: Atlantis" and "Stargate: SG-1". All feedback of any length, including constructive criticism, always welcome. Transformative/derivative/related works always welcome if credit is given. If my warnings for triggers/squick are inadequate, please let me know.
Crossposting: Original copy at AO3; mirror at Livejournal; mirror at DW
Notes/Credits: The "Angst" category at the SGA Genficathon category collapsed (five signups, no fics), and I had written one pinch-hit; the next week, I decided to try for a second one and this was the result. The theme was inspired by several recent influences, foremost among them chapter 9 of Rachel Maddow's "Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power". The title is adapted from Pink Floyd's "Two Suns in the Sunset".

Summary: How do you move on when your own history proves you don't need to?


The rusty wire gives way )
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