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Reminder: The Who@50 51st Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon!
Who@50
jjpor
Just a reminder that it's still not too late to sign up for the [community profile] who_at_50 51st Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon. All forms of fannish endeavour are welcome - fanfic, fanart, fanvids, fanmixes, icons, podfic, and absolutely any other medium in which you want to express your appreciation for the greatest television programme of all time. Posting of fanworks will commence from 1 November 2014 and continue throughout the month. Anything evoking the idea of the extraordinary longevity and diversity of Who would be especially welcome, but maybe the best way to do that is by creating the most typically Doctor Who-like Doctor Who fanwork you can?

If you want to take part, please take a trip to the comm and have a look at the signup post which will hopefully explain what you need to do to participate:

The Livejournal version is here

The Dreamwidth version is here

See you there! :)

Announcing the Who@50 51st Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon!
Who@50
jjpor
Calling all Doctor Who fans interested in taking part in the who_at_50 51st Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon, celebrating more than half a century of Doctor Who-related goodness. All - that is all - forms of fannish endeavour are welcome - fanfic, fanart, fanvids, fanmixes, icons, podfic, and absolutely any other medium in which you want to express your creativity and celebrate your love for that which is Who, probably including some I've never even heard of. Signups are open from today; posting of fanworks will commence from 1 November 2014 and continue throughout the month. Anything evoking the idea of the extraordinary longevity and diversity of Who would be especially welcome, but maybe the best way to do that is by creating the most typically Doctor Who-like Doctor Who fanwork you can?

If you're interested in taking part, please take a trip to the comm and take a look at the signup post which will hopefully explain what you need to do to participate:

The Livejournal version is here

The Dreamwidth version is here

See you there! :)

The Time of The Doctor Squee Post
Before The Dawn
blue_aeon
Here is your squee post for The Time of The Doctor, and apologies for the lack of one for Day of the Doctor - in all the excitement I didn't realise I'd forgotten until after the event.

Squee, complain or hide behind the sofa. Crying buckets is also acceptable as we bide farewell to Eleven (or is it Twelve now? And here I thought the Series 6b theory was confusing).


Posted via m.livejournal.com.


50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Bonus Round: Whatever You Want It To Be
Who@50
jjpor
Announcing a special emergency bonus round of the who_at_50 50th Anniversary Doctor Who Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon to take us up to the end of 2013! For this month, we have a variety of themes in no particular order:

1. More multi-Doctor-based fanworks, because you can never have enough.

2. Fanworks anticipating the oncoming debut of Capaldi!Doctor (whatever his number is now)

3. Hurt!Doctor themed fanworks in commemoration of The Day of the Doctor

4. Any fanworks people may have pending from earlier rounds of the fanwork-a-thon-a-thon

5. Absolutely anything else you can think of and want to post to the comm. At all.

If you're interested, check out the announcement/signup posts as follows:

THE LIVEJOURNAL VERSION

THE DREAMWIDTH VERSION

And remember - all types of fanworks, in any form whatsoever, are welcome!

Reminder: 50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Eleven: One/Multi-Doctors
Who@50
jjpor
Just a reminder that it's still just about not too late to register your interest in taking part in the next round of the who_at_50 Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon:

Round Eleven: One

(Secondary prompt: Multi-Doctors)


If you have an interest in Doctor Who fanwork of whatever form, take the time to look at the signup posts on the comm...and if it takes your fancy be sure to announce your intention to take part!

The Livejournal Version

The Dreamwidth Version

Remember - all fanworks of whatever form are more than welcome!



50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Eleven: One/Multi-Doctors
Who@50
jjpor
50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Eleven: One

(Secondary prompt: Multi-Doctors)


The Two-tastic Round Ten is still in progress, but as the 50th Anniversary looms ever larger we haven't got a moment to lose in getting ready for the next in who_at_50's series of monthly fanwork-a-thons. This month's Doctor is One, the mysterious old wizard with the cabinet of wonders who came walking out of the fog that fateful night in 1963, whisking a pair of unsuspecting schoolteachers out of the world they knew and away into space and time. And fittingly for the anniversary month itself, our secondary theme this time is Multi-Doctors - what better way to celebrate the anniversary than with a bit of self-indulgent, only occasionally sense-making, probably ill-advised multi-Doctor team-up action? If Doctor Who fanwork is of any interest to you, at all, I urge you once again to take the time to look at the signup posts on the comm and, if you want to, express your interest in taking part:

The Livejournal Version

The Dreamwidth Version

Remember - all fanworks of whatever form are more than welcome!

50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Ten: Two / The TARDIS
Who@50
jjpor
Just a reminder that it's still just about not too late to register your interest in taking part in the next round of the who_at_50 Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon:

Round Ten: Two

(Secondary prompt: The TARDIS)


If you have an interest in Doctor Who fanwork of whatever form, take the time to look at the signup posts on the comm...and if it takes your fancy be sure to announce your intention to take part!

The Livejournal Version

The Dreamwidth Version

Remember - all fanworks of whatever form are more than welcome!

50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Ten: Two/ The TARDIS
Who@50
jjpor
50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Ten: Two

(Secondary prompt: The TARDIS)


The Three-themed Round Nine is still in motion, but as we hurtle into the final stages of who_at_50's series of monthly fanwork-a-thons and the 50th anniversary comes ever closer, there's not a moment to waste in getting on with the next leg. This month's Doctor is Two, the clownish cosmic hobo with some serious hidden depths; the Doctor's first turn at being a classic trickster figure, with all that that implies. And also with some of the most iconic companions in the original series' run, including the one and only Jamie. And our secondary theme this time round is based around the most important character in the programme's history never to get a line of dialogue (until Neil Gaiman came along, that is); that's right, the TARDIS. I don't think our 'thon would be a true reflection of the series' half-century if we didn't find room for some blue box love. If Doctor Who fanwork is your thing, at all, I urge you once again to take the time to look at the signup posts on the comm and, if you want to, express your interest in taking part:

The Livejournal Version

The Dreamwidth Version

Remember - all fanworks of whatever form are more than welcome!

Reminder: 50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Nine: Three / Who Spinoffs
Who@50
jjpor
September has actually started, but I've unilaterally decided that it's still not too late to sign up for the next round of the who_at_50 Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon:

Round Nine: Three

(Secondary prompt: Who Spinoffs)


If you have an interest in Doctor Who fanwork of whatever form, take the time to look at the post on one or other of the LJ and Dreamwidth version of the comm. If it takes your fancy, be sure to announce your intention to take part!

The Livejournal Version

The Dreamwidth Version

Remember - all fanworks of whatever form are more than welcome!



50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Nine: Three / Who Spinoffs
Who@50
jjpor
50th Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon-a-thon, Round Nine: Three

(Secondary prompt: Who Spinoffs)


The Four-centred eighth round is on-going, but already signups have begun for the next in who_at_50's series of monthly fanwork-a-thons counting down to the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. I hope this month's themes will pique your creative interests. The dashing, be-frilled, hard-driving and hard-karate-ing Three is this month's Doctor, as well as everything his presence implies; Jo, Liz, Sarah Jane, the UNIT gang and the Master. And, to keep things that bit more interesting, our secondary theme centres upon Doctor Who's various fully-fledged spinoff series. While that includes the obvious suspects in the form of Torchwood and the Sarah Jane Adventures, it could also take in curiosities like "K9 and Company" or the proposed Rose Tyler spinoff that never was, or indeed the various spinoff series we've seen in other media such at the audios. If you like Doctor Who fanwork even a little bit, I urge you once again to take the time to look at the signup posts on the comm and, if you so desire, express your interest in taking part:

The Livejournal Version

The Dreamwidth Version

Remember - all fanworks of whatever form are more than welcome!

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