I sure do!! Now, we’re a pretty tiny ship (only 66 works on AO3, wow!) so honestly if you wanted to set your mind to it you could just go read the whole relationship tag (…like I did. I’ve also read all the bittyparse).
But anyway, I can rec some of my favorite works from the ship!
Rentboy AU! <3 So fun fact, depending on the order in which you read these two fics, you either get adorableness + backstory (impulse -> catalyst) OR angst -> happy ending (vice versa). I personally recommend the second bc I love suffering :^) Also Allie’s writing is awesome read everything she’s written ever bye
Lovely series! Parts 1 & 3 tell the same story through different POVs, and it’s so cool to read both of them :D Part 2 has a bunch of coming-out stories that are often hilarious and touching all at once.
Camp counselor AU that owns my heart to this day. Bitty’s characterization is really interesting and well-done! His rivalry with Kent is perfect and I love everything about it bc I am bittyparse trash okay.
[Lol PS- @pbj-epifest is a thing that will come bearing (hopefully) many new works in December!! Sign-ups are still open if anyone is interested in joining as a writer/artist/both!]
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t read the world’s great literary classics (and still intend to do so) these comics may reveal key plot points. Well, sort of. For parts one and two of his “Abridged Classics” series, Ottawa-based cartoonist John Atkinson of Wrong Hands has summed up a dozen of the world’s most famous novels in one or two witty lines, humorously distilling vast and weighty tales to a few words. We can’t wait for part three.
friendly reminder that it’s okay to not read a book if you don’t feel like it, it’s better to read it when you actually want to read it no matter if it have been five week or five years, if you just read it to have read it you won’t enjoy it, if you don’t want to read it right now you can just put it down and read it another day, it’s not going anywhere, I promise!
We love these awesome superhero bookends and shelves by Artori Design. The metal silhouettes of caped crusaders come in two style, saving your books from toppling over using a magnet concealed by the books or raising them up off the ground and into the air using a wall-mounted floating shelf. Both are currently available through designboom.
We’d like to second the suggestion made to Artori by Colossal’s Christopher Jobson: it would be super awesome to see a female superhero silhouettes added to this stylish series.