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Biology Versus Bones: The Case of the Cape Flattery Fur Seal
(I find Hakai Magazine always has something interesting to say about the ocean, so I made a DW feed: [syndicated profile] hakai_magazine_feed)

[personal profile] melannen's been cleaning out her shelves via a running game of FMK, which has lead to a lot of great SF/F discussion in comments, plus reviews with more comments.

[personal profile] rachelmanija went to a city council meeting about her city becoming a sanctuary city, and wrote a very interesting account. If you're interested in getting into civic politics, I think this is a great read: In the Room Where It Happened.

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(I'm not signing up for it, or anything else ever again.)

Couple fic I wrote ages ago and never posted here. I did them both for different [livejournal.com profile] cap_ironman projects, and they stand alone, but since they all fit in the same (rare) continuity, I made a series of them and an older fic.

Title: An Interlude in the City of Angels
Author: [personal profile] muccamukk
Fandom: Marvel 616 (Steve/Tony)
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 1,200
Notes: Written for Ten Years of Steve/Tony, for the year 1994. Full list here. Thanks to Dapperanachronism for beta reading.
Summary: Steve is having one of the worst weeks of his life, and going to visit Tony is the only thing he can think of that might make it better.

Title: Only Works Backwards (The Poor Sort of Memory Remix)
Remix Of: Up memory lane [Part of my Future Remix] by ranoutofrun.
Author: [personal profile] muccamukk
Fandom: Marvel 616 (Steve/Tony)
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 1,200
Notes: Written for Cap/Iron Man Relay Remix Redo (since I remixed the wrong one last time around). Masterlist here. Thanks to Robin for beta reading.
Summary: By entering Steve's mind, Tony may be able to save his life, but it will also mean confronting his greatest demon.
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