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Title: Carried by the Current (The Grieving Freely Remix) 1/2
Author: zulu
Summary: From what Foreman has seen of House in the last few months, he's stopped swimming against the current.
Rating: R
Fandom: House MD
Spoilers and/or Warnings: Through 5.04, "Birthmarks".
Title, Author and URL of original story: Jump In The Stream by joe_pike_junior

Link to Part Two.

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Title: Like Water on a Stain (The Something Borrowed, Something Blue Remix)
Author: tartanshell
Rating: R
Fandom: Battlestar Galactica
Word Count: 3,000
Summary: Four times Laura Roslin wore someone else's clothes, and one time she wore what was hers.
Spoilers and/or Warnings: Through 4 x 22, "Daybreak, Part II"
Title and Author of Original Story: that dress looks nice on you, by leiascully

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title: of fallen angels across the ceiling (the click your heels three times remix)
author: furies
Summary: “There is a feeling that you should just go home/And spend a lifetime finding out just where that is” (cathedrals, little children)
Rating: G
Fandom: Battlestar Galactica (2003)
Spoilers and/or Warnings: through the season finale.
Title, Author and URL of original story: leiascully. "I have come home" by leiascully.

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Title: Ben of the Tundra (The If Beowulf Were Raised by Wolves Remix)
Author: kinetikatrue
Summary: On the snow-snug tundra, the wolves still tell the tale of Tundra-Ben.
Rating: PG
Pairing: Fraser/Kowalski, Mackenzie/Vecchio
Fandom: due South
Original story: Ben of the Tundra by elementalv
Notes: Thanks to Farley Mowat for writing about wolves and the wilds of Canada in such a way as to make the young kinetikatrue fall in love with them. And to two semesters of Old English/Beowulf for giving me the language and the cadences. And to sansets for pointing out when the language had overwhelmed the story, as well as the need to make the frame more explicit; everything I write these days is better for having her input, but all remaining errors of grammar, style or spelling are still my own. Also, thanks to everybody who thought I could do this, even when it didn't seem like the words would ever come.

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