idella: (dana scully)
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155 final

Track List & Authors:
00:00:00 Rabbit by [livejournal.com profile] discordantwords
00:01:22 The Message by [livejournal.com profile] wendelah1
00:02:57 A Woe that is Madness by [livejournal.com profile] wendelah1
00:04:24 Rewired by [livejournal.com profile] badforthefish
00:05:54 Big Day by [livejournal.com profile] estella_c

Reader: [livejournal.com profile] idella
Reader's notes: A mini-anthology of all the 'Scully in 155' stories written for this fest at the time of posting. Thank you to all of the authors involved for permission to record.

Length: 7 minutes 25 seconds (6.80 MB mp3; 3.54 MB m4b)
mp3: download at mediafire.com here
m4b audiobook: download at mediafire.com here

Streaming:



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tree: scully; text: but the fact that i adore you ([xf] you in the naked light)
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I thought for the free-for-all I'd revisit the non-fic fanthings I've made for Scully over the years. I had thought there were more, but the others involve Mulder. Not everything is about you, Mulder.

So I present Scully have I loved, a visual and auditory retrospective!

Mixes:

Strange Loop - a Never Again mix made for the episode challenge at [livejournal.com profile] waywardmixes.

Nine Songs - one song for each season.

Picspams:

A Gun and a Girl - Dana Scully and her gun - what it says on the tin.

Favourite Character - Dana Scully - made for the eponymous challenge at [livejournal.com profile] picspammy.
wendelah1: (Dana Scully - IWTB)
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Three years ago on February 26, I wrote this character manifesto for [livejournal.com profile] het_reccers, which happened to nearly coincide with Dana Scully's 47th birthday. Since I am too sick to get anything new written, I thought I would go ahead and repost it. I updated the picture. There may be some new thoughts added at the end, if I think any new thoughts and don't fall over from the weight of thinking them.

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There will never be another character I love the way I love Dana Scully )

The original post is at the community, along with 10 mostly very MSR-centric fanfic recs.

It's three years later, and I am still a prisoner of love for this wonderful character. Happy Birthday, Dana Scully, and many happy returns of the day.
[identity profile] malice-n-wonder.livejournal.com
Quick note just to say hi... I realized last month Scully's birthday was coming up but didn't think anyone else would remember. I found this comm literally a couple of days ago and was thrilled to learn just how wrong I was!


FicTitle: "Ridiculous Thoughts"
Rating: PG
Word count: 2,690
Spoilers: Takes place in the near-aftermath of "Memento Mori" (4x14); also contains huge spoilers for the film The Usual Suspects
Status: Complete
Summary: Our two favorite feds have a series of deep non-conversations about things like death, hope, and Mulder's eating habits.

(X Marks the spot.)
wendelah1: (I can't take you anywhere)
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Moderator Wendelah posting again for [livejournal.com profile] estella_c. This is her free-for-all day contribution.

Title: "Ambivalent Hair Day"
Author: [livejournal.com profile] estella_c
Rating: Gen
Warnings: none
Word count: 388

Summary: Scully is worried about her hair but it all works out in the end.

Scully worried about her hair. Her inner Dana thought it looked great and brought out the blue in her eyes. She had turned it red to celebrate the passing of Ethan into the possibilities of suburban life, provided he could fill the opening of fiancee.

Still, Scully was a career woman in a suit and had security issues to consider. Did the FBI frown on brilliant hair? Was it a recognition problem during stakeouts? Did AD Skinner find it unprofessional? He focused on her oddly at times. He had a powerful focus. And great abs. She yearned to ask Ellen, but Ellen knew nothing of Bureau Girl Gaffes and their cruel subtleties. God, why wasn't it all written down.

She finally asked her partner, in a partnerly way.

“Mulder, is my hair unprofessional?”

“What?” He was looking at an old porn calendar and had a line of pencils ready to launch.

She was asking this man. Well, he wore good suits. With bad ties.

“It's silly, but I dyed it red and I'm worried it's too distracting for daily duty. There's no one to ask,” she added dispiritedly.

Mulder lowered his feet and stared at her. “Scully, your hair is always well-groomed.” Was he disoriented? “Why did you dye it?”

“It had to do with my ex-boyfriend.” She immediately regretted saying that.

His eyes glinted. “Should we discuss this?”

“Of course not. Just tell me if it's too red.” Embarrassment hovered.

“Right.” Actually, Mulder looked embarrassed. “Scully, I never thought I'd say this to you, but I'm colorblind. And you appear as kind of brown. Your hair, that is.” His forehead creased. “Maybe it's been a darker brown lately?”

Scully was startled by her unforeseen gaffe. “I'd better ask Agent Henderson.” She smiled reassuringly and left.

It was later that she started pondering the driving issues.
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