Hamlet; Fanfic: Have You Got The Map?

  • Mar. 20th, 2018 at 10:51 PM
Title: Have You Got The Map?
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Word Count: 440
Characters/Ships: Horatio& Ophelia
Notes: Ophelia lives! AU Counting towards Diary/Together/Confession.
Summary: Horatio and Ophelia talk.

Have You Got The Map? )

Hamlet: Fanfic: And Dog Will Have His Day

  • Jan. 20th, 2017 at 9:59 PM
Title: And Dog Will Have His Day
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: PG
Length: 500 words
Content notes: canon character death, canon-typical violence and thoughts of violence
Author notes: Hamlet/Laertes(/Ophelia), then and now.
Summary: Laertes and Hamlet face off at Ophelia's grave and remember their past.

And Dog Will Have His Day )

Triangle: Hamlet: Fanfic: Tied Together

  • Jul. 1st, 2016 at 10:10 PM
Title: Tied Together
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: 800 words
Content Notes: Horatio & Ophelia
Author Notes: I always wish productions connected these two more, so here's a version of how that might go.
Summary: Horatio tries to look after Ophelia.

Tied Together )
Title: What Act, That Roars So Loud?
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: ~800 words
Content notes: Hamlet, Gertrude, Polonius, Claudius, werewolves.
Author notes: Counting towards the Cracksmith and Lightning Strike badges please!
Summary: The closet scene, except with a werewolf.

What Act, That Roars So Loud? )

Bruise: Hamlet: Fanfic: leaving traces

  • May. 1st, 2016 at 11:24 PM
Title: leaving traces
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: 100 words
Content notes: Hamlet/Horatio, hickeys
Summary: too short to need one

leaving traces )

Hamlet: Fanfic: more than a thousand words

  • Apr. 1st, 2016 at 10:39 PM
Title: more than a thousand words
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: 270
Content notes: Spoilers for the recent RSC production
Author notes: n/a
Summary: Hamlet's complicated.

more than a thousand words )

Hamlet: Poetry: Upon The Chest

  • Mar. 27th, 2016 at 9:01 PM
Title: Upon The Chest
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: 33
Summary: Inspired by the latest RSC production of Hamlet
A/N: Spoilers for the production.  A nonet (a poem of nine lines, the first containing nine syllables descending down to the one syllable last line)

Nonet )
Title: Five Things That Never Happened To Ophelia
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: ~600 words
Content notes: AU wherein Ophelia says what she thinks.
Author notes: Badges: Female Characters, Lord of the Fives
Summary: Five things that never happened to Ophelia.


Five Things That Never Happened To Ophelia )
Title: Hamlet's Apology
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: 17
Summary: A cinquain: 2 syllable line; 4 syllable line; 6 syllable line; 8 syllable line; 2 syllable line
Cinquain )
Title: Almost Nobody Dies
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: PG
Length: 862
Summary: Five times when things don't go as Hamlet expected, and once when he decided to make the best of a bad job.
A/N: Yes, this is crackfic, set at the time of the original play, but anachronistic language and attitudes.  With some violence and bad language.

It began when Hamlet was brought before Claudius )

Hamlet: Fanfic: for I must hold my tongue

  • Feb. 20th, 2016 at 11:22 PM
Title: for I must hold my tongue
Fandom: Hamlet
Challenge: 146 - Voice
Rating: PG
Length: 960 words
Content notes: N/A
Author notes: I always think I can't possibly have more to say about Hamlet and Horatio, and then a production comes along that shakes me up and makes me think about them in ways I hadn't before. This one was very focussed on how Horatio very obviously loves Hamlet, but has very good and understandable reasons for not vocalising that. So here's one version of how Horatio comes to be in Elsinore, and why he does some of the things he does.
Summary: Some thoughts on Horatio pre-play.

for I must hold my tongue )

Hamlet: Fanfic: Scapegoat

  • Dec. 1st, 2015 at 10:56 PM
Title: Scapegoat
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: 800 words
Pairings, Characters: Hamlet/Ophelia (implied), Laertes
Content notes: violence, grief/coping with death of a parent, canon-typical sadness
Author notes: A different version of their shared past.
Summary: Ophelia and Laertes' mother is dead. Neither of them have great coping mechanisms.

Relative )
Title: Kids These Days (Claudius Viewpoint)
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: PG
Length: 37
Summary: Claudius view on the younger generation
A/N: A Limerick

Limerick )

Hamlet: Poetry: Marked

  • Oct. 20th, 2015 at 11:10 PM
Title: Marked
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: 41 words
Content notes: N/A
Author notes: Mostly inspired by Horatio in the Barbican production, though I suppose it applies to other tattooed characters as well.
Summary: Some things about Horatio's tattoos

Marked )

Hamlet: Fanfic: Something Too Much Of This

  • Sep. 10th, 2015 at 10:01 PM
Title: Something Too Much Of This
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: 560 words
Content notes: implied Hamlet/Horatio
Author notes: 1st person, so counting this towards the SBIGTTS Writing badge.
Summary: Horatio reflects on his identity and the nature of his relationship with Hamlet in Wittenberg vs. Elsinore.

Something Too Much Of This )

Hamlet: Poetry: Ophelia

  • Aug. 12th, 2015 at 9:14 PM
Title: Ophelia
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: PG
Length: 50
Summary: Ophelia's life in four haiku.
Does not end happily

She floated on air )

Hamlet: Fanfic: Up at night

  • Aug. 10th, 2015 at 11:25 PM
Title: Up at night
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: PG-13
Length: 791 words
Content Notes: Five things that keep Horatio up at night. Hamlet/Horatio is among them, naturally, so is canonical character death.
Author Notes: I can stop any time.
Summary: From Wittenberg to Elsinore, five things that have kept Horatio up at night.
Badges: Lord of the Fives

Up at night )

Triangle: Hamlet: Fanfic: Acute Angles

  • Jul. 1st, 2015 at 10:52 PM
Title: Acute Angles
Fandom: Hamlet - Shakespeare
Rating: G
Length: ~ 600 words
Content notes: TW: self-harm, suicidal thoughts, implied incest (if you squint)
Author notes: Ophelia, Hamlet, and Laertes are a complicated triangle.
Summary: Ophelia and Laertes' mother dying is the beginning of the end for the three of them.

Acute Angles )

Hamlet: Fanfic: The Quality of Mercy

  • May. 10th, 2015 at 9:00 PM
Title: The Quality of Mercy
Fandom: Hamlet
Rating: G
Length: ~1100 words
Content notes: Hamlet/Horatio and an alternate ending of the play wherein there are not as many corpses.
Author notes: This is mostly based on the Peter Brook production, wherein Adrian Lester as Hamlet and Scott Handy as Horatio are brilliant and intense. It was a production that made me wonder, what if Horatio actually went and did something instead of just watching, because this one seemed like he would have done.
Summary: "You will lose this wager, my lord."

Read more... )
Fandom: Hamlet
Title: To The Unsatisfied
Notes: Horatio, when the story is all told and written up, has one last thing to do.
Content notes/Warnings: Ghosts, suicide, discussions of religious beliefs.
Word count: ~350

Read more... )

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