Kalliel (kalliel) wrote in spnfemmeslashbb,

memories of my melancholy whores

Title: memories of my melancholy whores
Author: kalliel
Artist: _afterism
Genre: femmeslash, character study, horror, psychological, angst
Pairings/Characters: mostly Meg/Lisa, Meg/Bela, Meg/Jo (peripherally, Meg/Jess, Meg/Dean, Meg/Sam, Meg/Amanda Walker (1x04), Meg/OFC, Dean/Lisa)
Rating: R
Word count:
Warnings/Spoilers: violence, noncon/dubcon
Summary: She can feel the callus forming on her thumb, from the rough hilt of the (her?) blade, if she tries hard enough. And sometimes she does--try, that is. It's like pressing a bruise. It's like pounding against a bruise until you split open and you start falling out of your own skin.

Like your bruise is your entire world; you see in shades of black and purple and sometimes plum-red. You are a millimeter from the walls in any direction. And you're pressing at that bruise; the small coin-shaped one at your elbow, waiting for it to blossom before you, so you can feel something--anything--at all. More often than not, what you feel is cooling blood, sticky between your fingers.

On possession and being possessed: How to love your body (or someone else's). How to survive an encounter with a demon (or a human). And how to survive the Winchesters, no matter who you are.

Link to fic: Here
Link to art: Here
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February 23 2011, 18:13:16 UTC 6 years ago Edited:  February 23 2011, 18:15:21 UTC

All I really want to comment with is WOW, because that about sums up my feelings. Wow was this good. Wow, was this refreshing. What an absolutely unique and gorgeous and chilling piece of fiction. Your use of language is stunning. I'd pick out my favorite parts but that would take up so much time, so I hope it'll suffice to say that I loved about every inch of it.

The way you wrote everyone so perfectly is what really blows me away, though. You have a really incredible, subtle skill at showing, in words, what we take for granted onscreen - Sam's awkward laugh, Jo's attitude, Lisa's, well, everything. Everything about Lisa was perfect. But I think my favorite part was Amanda and her PTSD. You built that character up, and you did it flawlessly and believably. Reading her parts was engaging and surprising and utterly fantastic.

Everything about this story, from the plot, to the characters, to the style, was a pleasure to read. Thank you so much for sharing.
I'm really glad you enjoyed this! In perfect honesty, it's not what I wanted it to be (but when is it ever, with things like these? :P) but I'm really glad that what it did end up being worked for you. It means a lot to me; thank you. ♥ ♥