the_water_clock: abstract painting (Orange and Yellow 1956)
Author: Clio
Title: A Saucer of Milk
Pairing: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Melinda May (gen)
Rating: PG
Summary: Melinda remembers when Maria Hill and Jemma Simmons first came to S.H.I.E.L.D. She was there when Coulson and Barton brought Natasha Romanov in from the cold. But Coulson's latest stray is nothing like those women, and Melinda isn't sure that's such a good thing.
Warning: None applies
Length: 1385
Notes: Written for Yuletide

four strays )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Orange and Yellow 1956)
Author: Clio
Title: All Around You Now
Pairing: The Voice RPF Blake Shelton and Reba McEntire friendship, with Blake/Miranda Lambert
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Blake is about to get married to an amazing woman. Now is not the time to have all these feelings for everyone else he interacts with. Looks like the singers aren't the only ones who'll need some advice from Reba.
Length: 2050 words
Notes: THANK YOU to my beta [profile] jehane_writes, and my cheerleaders [personal profile] sistermagpie and [personal profile] honestys_easy, and to Hulu for putting up that rewind of last season/preview of next season so I could once again partake of Blake's "lumbering charm." Title from the Reba McEntire song "When Love Gets A Hold Of You."

Loose jeans and clean thoughts would get him through )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Orange and Yellow 1956)
Author: Clio
Title: Ancient Artifacts and Modern Rituals
Pairing: Community: Gen!
Rating: PG
Summary: From TV Tropes: "The Vacation Episode is a one-off episode where the characters leave their familiar grounds for a well-deserved rest. The vacation will invariably be set in a faraway and exotic location for maximum impact; given the higher costs of shooting on location, the episode will often be longer than usual, to make best use of the budget. A Special Guest or three might also be included."
or, the one where the gang go to New York City for spring break.
Length: 4800 words
Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created by Dan Harmon and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Notes: Written for Yuletide 2010; thanks to my recipient, for an interesting prompt! Spoilers through 2x11, "Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas." Includes a brief quote from Pulp Fiction.
Thanks to my betas [personal profile] sistermagpie and emeraldwoman, who were very speedy and incredibly helpful and encouraging!
This is the first long-form gen fic I've ever written and it was challenging; the writers of Community set a very high standard.

Like I’d ever go to <em>Florida</em> for spring break )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Orange and Yellow 1956)
Author: Clio
Title: Caviar Sandwiches and Beer
Pairing: The Philadelphia Story: C.K. Dexter Haven/Tracy Lord, Macauley Connor/Elizabeth Imbrie
Rating: PG
Summary: They'd started out as friends taking care of each other—war and separation couldn't change that.
Length: 3000 words
Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created by David Ogden Stewart and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Notes: Written for Yuletide 2009. Thanks so much to [livejournal.com profile] pinkfinity and [livejournal.com profile] dana_kujan for beta'ing this for me, [livejournal.com profile] raggedy_edge for requesting it in the first place, and of course everyone involved in making Yuletide happen!

The next year, war came. )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Orange and Yellow 1956)
Author: Clio
Title: So Many Roads to Choose
Pairing: Broken Hearts Club: Dennis/Kevin
Rating: PG
Summary: Dennis keeps in touch with the guys while he's in Europe via email, and they help distract him from wondering about what Kevin's not telling him—and which, honestly, he'd rather not know.
Length: 1300 words
Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created by Greg Berlanti and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Notes: Written for Eldee in the Yuletide 2008 Challenge. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] ali_wildgoose and [livejournal.com profile] jm_cats for the excellent betas; all errors are mine. Title from "We've Only Just Begun" by the Carpenters; reference to Some Kind of Wonderful, written by John Hughes and directed by Howard Deutch. I don't have a BHC icon so Olyphant in Deadwood will have to do.

Before he left for Europe, Dennis set up a Yahoo email account so he could access it from wherever he was. Not that he much expected any of the guys to be great correspondents, but it was more likely that they'd send him some three-line email than that they'd actually track down air mail paper and an international stamp. )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Orange and Yellow 1956)
Author: Clio
Title: Leave No Man Behind
Pairing: How I Met Your Mother: Barney Stinson/Robin Scherbatsky
Rating: PG-13
Summary:
"So can I have your coffee table?"
"What?"
"Like you can bring all your stuff with you to the Casbah."
"The Casbah is in Algeria. I'm moving to Morocco"
"Whatever. So can I have your coffee table?"
Length: 2900 words
Disclaimer: Not mine, etc.
Notes: Written for Voleuse in the Yuletide 2007 Challenge. Thank you, a million times, to Carrie and Juli for being excellent betas, and also, to Rach for being awesome.


Leave No Man Behind )
the_water_clock: abstract painting (Lavender and Mulberrry 1959)
Author: Clio
Title: Sensoria
Pairing: John Hughes: Phil "Duckie" Dale/Cameron Frye
Rating: PG
Summary: "Once you were a lonely playboy heading for a simple joy." Oak Street Beach, Chicago, summer 1986.
Length: 2800 words
Disclaimer: This story is based on characters and situations created by John Hughes and owned by one of the large media companies in a complicated arrangement to which I am not a signatory. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Notes: Written as a Yuletide New Year's Resolution, which requested Duckie slash.

Kenny Rogers was right: you gotta know when to fold 'em. Or maybe it was don't take your love to town. Duckie wasn't big on country music. )

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