lit_luminary: (In my image (sort of))
Title: While You Were Out
Author: lit_luminary
Rating: PG-13 for medical realism.
Characters/Pairings: House, Wilson; House/Wilson friendship.
Summary: In the end, what matters is how much House is willing to do.
Notes: This piece is now fully revised, expanded, and integrated into the fabric of the ‘verse. As always, thanks to [livejournal.com profile] resourceress7 for her indispensable research assistance and editorial skills.

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lit_luminary: (In my image (sort of))

Title: While You Were Out
Author: lit_luminary
Rating: PG-13
Characters/Pairings: House/Wilson (friendship).
Summary: House believes he’s at fault for Chase’s injury.  Wilson begs to differ.

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lit_luminary: (In my image (sort of))
Title: Threshold of Change
Author: lit_luminary
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairings: Chase, Wilson, House; House/Chase mentorship/friendship; House/Wilson friendship.
Summary: With House’s record, arranging a new start for him was never going to be easy.
Note: This fic is a prequel of sorts to [livejournal.com profile] damigella_314’s “A New Beginning.”  What follows is Chase’s perspective before House’s release from jail; she covers Wilson’s after.

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lit_luminary: (In my image (sort of))
Title: Matters of Control
Author: lit_luminary
Rating: PG-13
Characters/Pairings: House, Wilson; House/Wilson established; implications of House/Chase mentorship/friendship.
Summary: House and Wilson discuss the implications of Chase’s ability to ease pain. (An interlude set between the twelfth and thirteenth chapters of "Principles of Growth."  Newcomers to this universe, please see the series masterlist.)

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Title: Bearing Strain
Author: lit_luminary
Rating: PG-13
Characters/Pairings: Wilson; House/Wilson friendship.
Summary: Cuddy calls Wilson at five in the morning: the conversation we didn't hear.

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Title: Under Observation
Author: lit_luminary
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairings: House, Wilson, discussion of Chase; House/Wilson friendship, House/Chase friendship/mentorship.
Summary: Canon may not have explicitly established that Wilson knew about the Dibala debacle, but House prefers to think things out with a sounding board, and who safer to tell? (Set between “Instant Karma” and “Brave Heart.”)

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Title: Negative Space
Author: lit_luminary
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairings: Wilson, Chase; implications of unrequited House/Wilson.
Summary: House’s singular focus on Cuddy has left gaps in both their lives.

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Title: In the Shallows
Author: dominus_trinus (lit_luminary)
Rating: PG
Characters: Chase, House, Wilson.
Summary: A conversation after speed-dating.

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lit_luminary: (In my image (sort of))
Borrowing this one from [livejournal.com profile] phinnia : first ten people to comment get a House drabble by request, to the prompt of their choosing.  (My particular strengths are House/Wilson friendship or relationship, House/Chase friendship, father/son or mentorship, general canon characterizations, and wildly AU stuff involving supernatural elements.  So if you want dæmons, werewolves, vampires and that sort of thing, I'm able and amenable.  Anything outside that list, I'll give my best effort.)

Now, this is going to end up going one of two ways: either fewer than ten people actually follow this journal (which I suspect, as they usually ever just stop by from the comms) and I will get to have a cynical laugh.  Or up to ten people will respond, and I'll be pleasantly and extremely surprised.
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First, for [livejournal.com profile] misanthropicobs : "Something with House and Wilson set within the dæmonverse AAU, preferably from House's viewpoint."

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Second, for [livejournal.com profile] bluerosefairy: "Rona and Minerva, making fun of the boys.  Because they're awesome."

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Third, for [livejournal.com profile] phinnia : "Someone’s story of how their dæmon chose final form—House, Wilson or Chase, your choice."  (I ended up going with Chase, since that was the story that came to mind first.)

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Fourth, for [livejournal.com profile] pasdepixie: "House/Chase mentorship/friendship with subtle kindness by House, set after Cameron's departure."  (Let's say after "Ignorance is Bliss."  Oh, and I disclaim the phrase "Amber Volakis Memorial Apartment," which I first read in a Television Without Pity recap.)

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Fifth, for Nibis: "...House and Wilson join forces to take someone (who clearly deserves it) down a peg or two.  Any universe that suits your fancy."  (This one ended up being a song rework, set within the canon universe, but it's about as long as any of the prose drabbles.  Lucas is the target of House and Wilson's revenge.  Incidentally, if anyone is interested in the other songs I've reworked, check here.)

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Title: Mind (and Other) Games
Author: dominus_trinus ([livejournal.com profile] lit_luminary)
Rating: PG-13
Characters/Pairings: House, Wilson (implications of pre-slash).
Summary: On one-upmanship, high-stakes games and acceptable risks.

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Title: Role Reversal
Author: dominus_trinus (lit_luminary)
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairings: House, Wilson, Cuddy; House/Wilson friendship or pre-slash (depending on your preference).
Summary: “Even for Wilson, cutting out a lobe of his liver for Self-Important Jerk…” House ruminates by Wilson's bedside.

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Title: Relationship Variations
Author: dominus_trinus (lit_luminary)
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairings: Cuddy, House, Chase; Cuddy/Lucas, House/Wilson friendship, dissolving Chase/Cameron.
Summary: Not all relationships can handle stress-testing.

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Title: Last Wall Down
Author: dominus_trinus (lit_luminary)
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairings: House/Wilson (established), House/Chase mentorship/friendship with father/son implications.
Summary: House hates knowing being immortal means being left behind.
Warning: Character death mentioned; implications of character aging and mortality.
Note: This story takes place approximately twenty-five years after [profile] ruby_took 's "With Our Eyes Upon the Moon."  It's written with her knowledge and gracious permission.



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Title: Days of Absence
Author: dominus_trinus ([personal profile] lit_luminary )
Rating: G
Characters/Pairings:
Cuddy, Wilson, Chase; House/Wilson friendship (or pre-slash, if you prefer), House/Chase mentorship
Summary: Snapshots of an empty space in three lives.

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I love [info]ruby_took's House/Wilson Werewolf Saga. This is a good thing, because I beta-read it. As with most things I love, however, I tend to generate an enormous amount of writing related to it.  I'll get all my companion-fics up someday; for now, here's the current compilation of sonnets and song reworks, organized by which of the Saga's stories they tie into.

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Title: Analysis: Analgesia
Author: dominus_trinus
Rating: PG
Genre: Gen.
Summary: "He knows I'm in pain."  Just who did prescribe the methadone?

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lit_luminary: (Rona and Minerva)
Title: Appraisals and Appointments
Author: lit_luminary
Rating: PG
Characters: House, Wilson, Chase and Foreman (and their dæmons, naturally).
Genre: Alternate alternate universe, à la Pullman's His Dark Materials.
Summary: Power, politics and a phone call: how House of the dæmonverse came to hire Chase.
Notes: This takes place about three-and-a-half years before “Principles of Growth.”

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Just so I have it in one place: the dæmons of the entire cast (all fellows now included) and the forms, names and symbolic meanings thereof.  Now under a cut, for aesthetics and in case anyone doesn't want to be spoiled.

Meet the menagerie )
lit_luminary: (Rona and Minerva)
All right, it's not the prequel you're all hoping for, but I'm willing to bet you'll be impressed anyway.

Why?

Because the sonnet redoublé is the most complicated sonnet sequence I've found.  It comprises fifteen sonnets, the first fourteen forming a corona (i.e., the last line of each sonnet is the same as the first line of the next, and the last line of the last sonnet is the same as the first line of the first, completing the circle) and the last is formed from the fourteen linking lines, in order.

This one is a kaleidoscopic (i.e., fragmented and not presented in any sequential order) look at "Principles of Growth", with sonnets from House's, Wilson's, Chase's and Andromeda's perspectives.

Here lies an abundance of iambic pentameter... )
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I must confess, I have a weak spot for filks (i.e., song reworks).  Count up a few dozen syllables, map a rhyme scheme, and that catchy tune takes on a new life.  Here are a few House filks, à la various Broadway shows.  As with the musical a few entries down, I've linked to MIDI files so you can sing along.  Enjoy!




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