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Oct. 31st, 2025 12:00 pm
sekritomg: (champagne)
Hi! My name's Sekrit and I use this journal exclusively to participate in the South Park fandom. I'm trying to migrate over from LJ so everything is a mess; please be patient with me.

For ease of use, here is a complete list of fan fic I've written:


complete. )

works in progress. )

gifts. )

scraps. )

porn. )
sekritomg: (mew mew)
I've never written a big bang fic that turned out good! They all have, like, experimental aspects I'm glad I tried, but in the end they were also all disasters. I wonder why this is? I mean, I wonder if it's the nature of the event, or if I'm maybe just not that great a writer? Like honestly I couldn't tell you.
sekritomg: (mew mew)
The only site I could imagine being worse for fandom than Tumblr is Twitter. Like Tumblr, Twitter serves its purpose well and fills a niche in the web 2.0 landscape c. 2006. I'm not saying Tumblr is a bad site, or that Twitter is a bad site; they're both pretty good for what they're meant to do. Tumblr is a hyper-simplified blogging platform that's great for spreading memes and native advertising. Its straightforward layout is particularly suited to people who want a low-key site on which to create something like a scrapbook, an assemblage of other people's content that makes sense only to them. I also recommend it to older people who are just getting started with blogging because it doesn't rely on a knowledge of literally anything to run immediately. I'm telling you what I find compelling about Tumblr in order to point out that I really only think it's an awful locus for fandom, and that's always been my position. I hate it for fandom.

Twitter similarly does what it does just fine, though I never adopted it full-time. It's an extremely abbreviated communication tool. It lacks almost all of Tumblr's functionality by limiting posts to 140 characters in length. It quashes art and is useless for fic or any other kind of longform writing. It's best used for sharing links or brief, pithy observations. Snappy rejoinders. Like Tumblr it could play a useful and productive role as part of a fandom experience that took place on many sites. I'm discussing the main functionality of Twitter and not its behind-the-scenes workings or its bizarre, shifting approach to archiving and presenting content.

Basically, a fandom that moves onto Twitter is the most ephemeral possible version of the site. Tweets are so fragmentary and so fleeting that they effectively abbreviate human experience.

I'm posting this only so that when the apocalypse does arrive, and it will, I'll look prescient.

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Dec. 5th, 2015 12:48 pm
sekritomg: (mew mew)
about hanukkah, from last year.

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sekritomg: (mew mew)
This is a prompt fic from a Tumblr meme that I am hosting here because their lj-cut feature is broken and I hate longform text that's not behind a cut.


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sekritomg: (mew mew)
Inspired by this, things I still don't like about AO3 as compared to FFN:

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Jul. 1st, 2015 10:27 am
sekritomg: (mew mew)
Two Times Kyle Was a Witch, S/K, PG

Read it on Tumblr.
sekritomg: (mew mew)
This post follows up those written in 2013 and 2014 concerning the current state of my SP fic projects and works in progress. Generally summer is when I have a lot of time to do things, and that’s sort of true, but also this summer involves the very very very end of some awful real-life work so yes, it’s like basically July, but I really haven’t cut loose yet and am therefore farther behind that I’d like to be. That said, I am making progress, and it helps to this every year around the same time, so behold, the status of my South Park fanfic life:

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Apr. 29th, 2015 09:34 pm
sekritomg: (mew mew)
Just a little thing I won't finish about Jimbo babysitting for Stan and Shelly. I don't know if I wrote this before <lj user=formerdinosaur> posted her fic about the same idea, but that one's more complete/finished/better-executed, so check it out.

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Apr. 10th, 2015 12:19 pm
sekritomg: (mew mew)
Title: spring fic
Pairing: Stan/Kyle
Rating: PG
Summary: The first weekend in April; two holidays.

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Apr. 5th, 2015 12:17 pm
sekritomg: (mew mew)
Title: dad fic
Pairing: Stan/Kyle
Rating: G
Summary: Stan is away for the night.
Notes: Read on Tumblr for a beautiful companion illustration by [livejournal.com profile] negniahn.

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Mar. 28th, 2015 11:41 am
sekritomg: (mew mew)
Title: Pulling Mussels
Pairing: Craig/Clyde, Stan/Kyle
Rating: R
Summary: When Craig moves back to South Park following a bad breakup, he intends on living a life of solitude. He should have expected that South Park, and its residents, have a way of dragging you back in.
Notes: This whole fic is complete!

( The day after it was announced that the old Judson Pastures meat packing plant was being converted into luxury loft units, Craig Tucker called a real estate agent. )

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Dec. 29th, 2014 04:34 pm
sekritomg: (mew mew)
Just realized I wrote this a couple of weeks ago and never posted it here

Title: That Mormon Bitch Your Son Married
Pairing: Stan/Kyle, OMC/OFC
Rating: PG
Summary: Stan and Kyle are old grandpas. Like, literally.
Notes: This was written following "#REHASH," and was inspired by the kindergartners making fun of Stan and Kyle.

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scrap post

Dec. 24th, 2014 01:08 am
sekritomg: (mew mew)
S/K teacher AU scrap.


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sekritomg: (mew mew)
For eight years I have been saying I would write a South Park or perhaps just a Stan/Kyle recs list. Finally, I have managed to produce something to that extent. This is a work in progress and I hope to continue to expand and edit it into the future. I've organized it by authors with particularly high-quality catalogues, individual fics, and then authors whose work I enjoyed in the past but wouldn't say are currently my favorites. The main purpose of the list is to share some of what I've enjoyed reading, but a significant secondary purpose is to expose readers to new things they might not have stumbled across before. My e-mail address is included below if you wish to pass along thoughts or suggestions. Happy reading.

recs below this cut... )
sekritomg: (mew mew)
continued from here.

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Nov. 8th, 2014 12:12 am
sekritomg: (mew mew)
Title: An Unwillingness
Rating: PG13
Summary: On a joint trip to Sarasota over fall break, Stan experiences a series of firsts.
Author's note: This is a birthday gift for the beautiful and talented [livejournal.com profile] negniahn, who is a very dear friend of mine. She drew a gorgeous illustration for this fic, which is a prequel to my other FTM Kyle fics. I wish I had more time in the day to devote to Nhaingen, admiring her art, and writing her stories, because she deserves love and attention on her birthday, and every day of the year. Thank you, Negs, just in general. V.v.V

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continued in part 2.

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Oct. 16th, 2014 09:17 pm
sekritomg: (mew mew)
Title: Early Evening, Alamo Placita
Pairings: Stan/Kyle, Kenny/Bebe
Rating: PG13
Summary: "Stan is a protective father."
Warning: Brief violence.
Note: This is a repost from [livejournal.com profile] southparkkink, with some minor polishing.

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Sep. 17th, 2014 01:03 am
sekritomg: (mew mew)
A short PG13 S/K fic, nothing to see here.

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