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*pimps*
As you do. Fandom High applications are open until the 18th, for teachers and students. Characters pimp out the school in the Fandom High Brochure.

And if you'd like an idea of some (but by no means all) of the characters who aren't there but should be, some Fandom High wishlists:

1 | 2 | 3 | 4. Yes, some of those are from last term - most of them are still applicable!

Also, potential characters can (but aren't required to) be tried out in a no-strings, never-happened FH setting at fh_launchpad.

ETA: And not an admin, but happy to answer questions like "Does this game eat your brain?" (yes) and "Did Hamlet, Prince of Denmark really set off a volcano at Prom?" (also yes) and "What's with all the glitter?" (It attracts boykissy).

valarltd

2006-12-12 04:03 pm (UTC) (Link)

Heee.
May have to contribute to the brochure.


Still not in a place where I can commit to classes.
And actually gafiating from fandom as a whole.

(but I did get a pro novel out of the whole thing...)

mpoetess

2006-12-12 06:39 pm (UTC) (Link)

Which is not to be sneezed at! ;-)

valarltd

2006-12-12 06:56 pm (UTC) (Link)

FH got me two writing partners, which has led to one sale already (blind vampires), and three direct pieces of fiction (one of which is also sold)

Kestrel on the Horizon comes out in March. My co-author and I refer to it as "Han and Bagoas go very very bad." (Basically, they're the villainous pirate captain and his pretty Moroccan boy who give our heroes trouble)

"For Love of Etarin" is much more straightforward H/B fanfic, and I'm polishing it up for Ellora's Naughty Nuptials call.

If Ellora's Cave picks up Nikolai, that started as Han/Frank and grew into an epic with worldbuilding involved...

It's great fun.

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mpoetess

2006-12-12 06:36 pm (UTC) (Link)

.....I STILL HAVE NO IDEA.

gumboy

2006-12-12 06:27 pm (UTC) (Link)

WHY DID XANDER FORGET TO PACK THE FROG?! WHY?!!!

mpoetess

2006-12-12 06:38 pm (UTC) (Link)

SO FAITH COULD, DUH!

timjr

2006-12-12 07:42 pm (UTC) (Link)

WHY IS THERE NO HELO YET?

mpoetess

2006-12-15 10:50 pm (UTC) (Link)

BECAUSE YOU WERE BAD!

auroramama

2006-12-13 03:20 am (UTC) (Link)

This game is already eating my brain and I'm not *in* it. How do people keep their day jobs?

mpoetess

2006-12-15 10:51 pm (UTC) (Link)

....caaaaarefully.

auroramama

2006-12-23 04:39 am (UTC) (Link)

Fortunately mine blocks off half the Net. But there are threads I've been looking at as soon as I get home from work...

Really, is there any correct way to feedback this without being in it? Or should I keep quiet and let genius burn?

mpoetess

2006-12-25 10:18 pm (UTC) (Link)

fandomstalkers is still around, and was specifically set up as a feedback community. It's gone a bit defunct from lack of posting, I half suspect because (like the owner) a lot of the posters joined the game! ;-)

The players eat feedback up like any normal fandom whore. and would love it anyway it shows up. They just tend to forget anybody is watching, until someone mentions it!

auroramama

2006-12-25 11:45 pm (UTC) (Link)

Oh, goody. I'm so glad -- feedback is my sole form of fannish artistic contribution these days, and FH is so deserving.