narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (malediction)
2048 words. PG. Following on from Victorian Photographs without which it will make little sense.
Discovering yet more revelations about his father: At Tanaka’s prompting Ciel goes to meet with Manfred de Winter. (I may even be building up to addressing the unrequited Angelina/Vincent pairing of canon.)

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On a lighter note: I know why the vampire sparkles! - Crossed Genres: Science in My Fiction
narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (démonique)
1111 words. PG. Charles Dexter Ward/Yog-Sothoth Vincent/Sebastian. Sebastian’s POV. Touches of demonic ambivalence to human gender.
Ciel’s memories of his father are clouded by a child’s romanticism: Sebastian’s have no such limitation.

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Regarding the series so far )
narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (busy)
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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (démonique)
I preface this by saying that [livejournal.com profile] genkischuldich challenged me to watch this and warning that he may not get what he bargained for.

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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (newspaper)
579 words.
Learning the role.

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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (garden)
891 words. PG. Involves cross-dressing (but not the obvious). Post-Jack the Ripper arc.
Ciel's focus on the little indignities leads to an unexpected revelation.

Quite possibly because tomorrow is Victoria Day over in Canada. )

Covalent
844 words. G.
Roy still dreams of Maes.

Homeostasis
350 words. PG. Entirely suggestive of Maes/Roy. (Written for [livejournal.com profile] nekonexus’s 2009 Xmas fandom stocking.)
Stumbling home on a winter’s night.
narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (curio)
Choice (PG. 902 words. Süleyman/Dietrich.)
A lesson in choices.

Fantasy (18+, non-con. Involving cross-dressing and William’s specific use of gender pronouns in regards to Isaak. 1855 words.)
William has a very specific revenge fantasy in mind when it comes to Isaak.

Comparably (G. 760 words.)
Non-alcoholic cocktails & reminiscences of Londinium. Isaak & Dietrich in the downtime during a mission. Set during the Radio Head audio drama.


A snippet, a surprising observation & a failed poll )
narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (démonique)
874 words. Hints of Sebastian/Maylene.
Cracking eggs & balancing make-believe against reality.

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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (reputable)
Time (1034 words. PG. Character death. Süleyman, Astaroth.)
"Even if I were to explain, you wouldn’t understand: you’re much too young."

Lohengrin (1296 words. 16+. Necrophilia. Dietrich.)
Dietrich’s precious cargo: on the journey from Carthago to Byzantium.

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Also: congratulations, Australia. I believe the appropriate line from the Wilde screenplay would be: "I feel like the city that’s been under siege for twenty years, and suddenly the gates are thrown open and the citizens come pouring out to breath the air and walk the fields and pluck the wild flowers – I feel relieved."
narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (démonique)
335 words. PG. William/Grell.

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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (deceptive)
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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (lazy)
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Also:
[livejournal.com profile] lynkemma’s Death Note – A Queer Reading
[livejournal.com profile] dr_worm’s Together, We are Providence (Reanimator)

Because that’s what queer analysis should look like least I forget.
narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (louche)
1776 words. AU. PG.
An experiment in putting three types of demon together within the same framework. There’s the distinct chance that I may have written this while still drunk because its around about then that I start to ruminate on the political structure of Hell.

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narcasse: Sebastian Flyte.  Brideshead Revisited (2008) (salacious)
Since I’m finishing off last night’s wine, haven’t slept and am not quite up to reviewing Carmilla without my review consisting of ‘shut up, shut up, shut up’ when it comes to the titular character yet.

Spoilers if you don’t know who Sebastian looks like )

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