ysabetwordsmith: (Schrodinger's Heroes)
This poem came out of the October 2, 2012 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by prompts from Marina Bonomi and LiveJournal user Siege. It belongs to the series Schrodinger's Heroes.

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This poem came out of the September 6, 2011 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from [personal profile] meeks. It has been sponsored by [personal profile] timescaper. This poem belongs to the project Schrodinger's Heroes.

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This is the theme song for Schrodinger's Heroes,  so there are two parts, one for opening credits and one for closing. It has been sponsored by [personal profile] timescaper.

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Thanks to a donation, I made time to upgrade the Schrodinger's Heroes  menu page, porting it over to my writing website.  

This is the main menu page which describes the project.  The canon page has links to the background materials.  The fanon page has links to trivia and content such as fiction and poetry.  New to the project?  "Start Here" recommends some items that are earlier or easier to understand.
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You can now read the story "Cat's in the Cradle" by[personal profile] chanter_greenie.  This is the latest Orange!Verse story in Schrodinger's Heroes,  about Kendra's early explorations with illicit radio broadcasts.
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You can now read the story "Local Interference" by [personal profile] chanter_greenie.  This is the fourth in the Orange!Verse series of Schrodinger's Heroes.  It's dark and fierce and strong.  Warning for pretty serious schoolyard violence.
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You can now read the story "Local Interference" by [personal profile] chanter_greenie.  This is the fourth in the Orange!Verse series of Schrodinger's Heroes.  It's dark and fierce and strong.  Warning for pretty serious schoolyard violence.
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 ... now has a trailer.  It's a pretty cool trailer.  That bit at the end -- "Don't touch Lola." -- is anyone else reminded of Scarlett in Schrodinger's Heroes?  That could make a freaky crossover.
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A while back, someone raised the topic of religion in Schrodinger's Heroes. This matter is not addressed much in canon, just hinted at based on various people's relationship with their home culture(s). However, diversity is part of the base premise, so that means religious diversity must follow along with ethnic and sexual diversity.  

Also worth noting is that Three Weeks for Dreamwidth marks the anniversary of Schrodinger's Heroes, which I launched in 2011.  It's come a long way since then -- most notably, the "imaginary fandom" has turned into a very real following, and there are now several folks contributing content.

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This story belongs to the Schrodinger's Hulk series, a crossover between Hulk and Schrodinger's Heroes.  It is a sequel to "Safe Keeping" and "Two Spirits, One Past." It fills the "virginfic / secretly a virgin" square in my card for the [community profile] trope_bingo fest.

This casts the Hulk from The Avengers. So it doesn't match up exactly with the various Hulk movies, and Bruce Banner is played by Mark Ruffalo. The first story in the series goes into alternate-universe mode after the lab accident while Bruce is running from General Ross but before Bruce meets any of the Avengers.

The Schrodinger's Heroes, project features an apocryphal television show supported by an imaginary fandom. It's science fiction about quantum physics and saving the world from alternate dimensions. It features a very mixed cast in terms of ethnicity and sexual orientation. This project developed with input from multiple people, and it's open for everyone to play in. You can read more about the background, the characters, and a bunch of assorted content on the menu page.

Format: Fiction
Title: "For the Very First Time"
Fandom: Hulk/Schrodinger's heroes
Summary: Having traveled into another dimension, Bruce Banner meets up with Dr. Ross. It's complicated -- but that's okay.
Required Warnings: No standard warnings apply.

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I have sponsored two poems by [personal profile] thesilentpoet.  "Best Intentions" belongs to her 64-squared  setting, and explains how Gilbert Rome became immortal.  "New Beginnings" belongs to Schrodinger's Heroes  and reveals some of male!Morgan's feelings about leaving his home dimension.  There are still a few other poems available for sponsorship.
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[personal profile] chanter_greenie has posted the third orange!verse story, "Jij Bent Zo."  It means "you are like that" in Dutch, and it's a story of identity that introduces Kendra, an important character in the orange!verse.  None of the previously established characters from Schrodinger's Heroes  appear in this one, but they'll get woven in later as the storyline progresses.
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Today is Pi Day. So I decided to share this silly bit of Schrodinger's Heroes/Sherlock crossover.


"Pi Fight"


John and Sherlock walked into the common room to find a strange altercation going on.

"Three point one four banana cream!" Alex yelled.

"One five nine apple cinnamon!" Bailey shot back.

"What ... are they doing?" John asked, turning to Quinn who usually had some idea what was going on.

"Pi fight," Quinn explained. "The first one to get a digit wrong, or repeat a flavor, loses."

"Two six five traditional mincemeat!" Sherlock roared, diving into the fray.

John just laughed and sat back to watch the show.
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This poem came out of the March 5, 2013 Poetry Fishbowl on request from [personal profile] technoshaman for a sequel to "Kitchen Courtesies." I'm posting it as an extra freebie since it's fanfic. To see more of Schrodinger's Heroes, visit the menu page.

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[personal profile] chanter_greenie has released "Taking the Long Path," the second orange!verse story from Schrodinger's Heroes.  The team rigs up equipment to catch a broadcast from another dimension, which turns out to be a morally disturbing one.  Despite that, the lead-in is pretty funny on accout of Chris' reaction to some of the vocabulary that gets thrown around.
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Thanks to new prompters Rosieknight and Polydad, you get a second freebie today. This poem was inspired by a prompt from [personal profile] technoshaman and is a crossover between Schrodinger's Heroes and BBC Sherlock.

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This poem was written for the Asexy Valentines Fest over on [community profile] asexual_fandom. It also fills the "fake relationship" box on my card for the [community profile] trope_bingo fest.

The following story belongs to Schrodinger's Heroes, featuring an apocryphal television show supported by an imaginary fandom. It's science fiction about quantum physics and saving the world from alternate dimensions. It features a very mixed cast in terms of ethnicity and sexual orientation. This project developed with input from multiple people, and it's open for everyone to play in. You can read more about the background, the characters, and a bunch of assorted content on the menu page.

Fandom: Schrodinger's Heroes
Characters: Ash, Alex, Bailey, Quinn, Skan
Medium: Poetry
Warnings: No standard warnings apply.
Summary: Ash explores her sexuality over time, coming to understand that she is aromantic asexual and choosing not to hide that any longer. She is, however, tractive and interested in forming long-term bonds in platonic ways.
Notes: Flangst. Teen issues. Self-discovery. Family of choice. Two-spirits. Also, this is a gift for [personal profile] cantarina who wanted something aromantic.

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A while back, I mentioned that [personal profile] chanter_greenie was working on some stuff for Schrodinger's Heroes,  featuring an alternate dimension, the orange!verse.  The first story in that series actually begins in what I've established as the core dimension, which we're calling the scarlet!verse because "core" and "alter" are subjective  descriptors that don't work well in the context of two universes each of which is core to itself and dealing with an alter.  Pat's quiet evening takes a turn for the peculiar in "Adjacent Universe Splatter."
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This story fills a square on my card for the [community profile] hc_bingo fest. This fest encourages the creation of boundary-pushing material that explores what happens when things go horribly wrong and people actually care about each other. Remember, things always go wrong; what matters is how you deal with that. Some of the content may be NSFW. Read the FAQ and rules here. The signup post is here. I'm hoping to attract some new readers.

The following story belongs to Schrodinger's Heroes, featuring an apocryphal television show supported by an imaginary fandom. It's science fiction about quantum physics and saving the world from alternate dimensions. It features a very mixed cast in terms of ethnicity and sexual orientation. This project developed with input from multiple people, and it's open for everyone to play in. You can read more about the background, the characters, and a bunch of assorted content on the menu page.

This is a crossover with the Hulk from The Avengers. So it doesn't match up exactly with the various Hulk movies, and Bruce Banner is played by Mark Ruffalo. The storyline goes into alternate-universe mode after the lab accident while Bruce is running from General Ross but before Bruce meets any of the Avengers. Read the beginning of the Schrodinger's Hulk storyline in "Safe Keeping."

Begin with Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11.

Fandom: Hulk / The Avengers / Original (Schrodinger's Heroes)
Prompt: Nervous Breakdown
Medium: Fiction
Wordcount: 13,000
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: References to child/domestic abuse in Bruce's childhood and further mistreatment by General Ross later. Reference to minor character death, in that Bruce's father murdered Bruce's mother. No other standard warnings apply.
Summary: Bruce struggles to adapt to a new dimension that is almost like his home dimension. The trouble is, no matter where you go, there you are with yourself; and when your key problems are internal rather than external, there's no way to run away from them. Unexpected aspects of Bruce's identity shake things up for him. Ash and Quinn help Bruce start figuring out how to untangle the whole mess.
Notes: Angst. Fractured identity. Dealing with loss. Coping mechanisms (functional and dysfunctional). Trust issues. Survival issues. Control issues. Paranoia (justified and otherwise). Friendship. Family of choice. Sex/gender crisis. Safe places. Comfort food. Nonsexual intimacy.

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