Writer you most wish wrote your genre or OTP:
Me. No, really. If I were writing the things that I want to be writing, I'd feel secure enough to say "I *really* wish Great Writer X would write my OTP!" As it is, there's always a tinge of sadness and jealousy because I feel like I've retreated from colleague to audience, just when all these wonderful writers are
flocking to my OTP.Writer you did a dance of joy when you got feedback from:kita0610
, actually. On my first, tiny Angel/Spike story. thete1
. And isn't *that* an interesting juxtaposition.Writer you would read pretty much anything they wrote:
I'll read anything new
writes (bar Spike or Xander deathfic. Y'all might have noticed I have issues). There are some older fandoms that I just can't work up an interest in, try as I might (TPM, for instance) -- I'll read new things that happen to be written in them, but the idea of going back and reading the older stories is daunting.Writer you admire from afar/would love to get feedback from:
Not telling, because a) it feels like begging for attention, even though it's a compliment and b) too much like honesty.Writer you most miss in fandom: sabershadowkat
. You get it, or you don't, and that's fine -- I loves my kitty.
Also, as above, me. Comparatively speaking.Writer(s) who have most influenced your style in some way:
, because our braiiiiiinnssss have merged into one strange, gloopy thing. thete1
in flow and word choice, O. Henry in theme. No, really. At the heart of it, it's all about the Gift of the Magi. Stupid, stupid love. You can't help but admire it.Writer you most want to meet and chat fic with:
Actually, when I meet fellow writers, I almost never talk fic with them! We talk dinner and guy + big stick = OTP!!11!! and *characters* -- but very seldom fic. Not on purpose, I think -- it's just organic. It may come from spending hours and hours online with them doing so -- it feels like taking work home with you. Still, might be fun.Writer you most want to meet and chat smut with:
See above. (Now if the question was "Writer you most want to meet and *commit* smut with"...Er, I still wouldn't answer, but it would be fun to think about.)And finally, along the "bulletproof kink" (TM Te) lines, story that still turns you on no matter how many times you read it:
Night Watch, by Te, Spike, and Debchan. Best. PWP. Ever.