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Supernatural: In the EndTime Frame: Alternate Universe - Some point in the future.
Pairings: None
Rating: PG
Warning: Angst, Impending Major Character Death, AU
A/N: With his final hours ticking away, Crowley has three last conversations. This is for @nichelle-my-belle’s (on Tumblr) Angst Challenge, with the prompt, “You can’t sell dreams to someone who has walked through nightmares”.
“This’ll just take a moment,” Sam said, eyes intent on the equipment he carried. He placed a needle and IV, attached to an empty blood bag, on the bare metal table. He dug a few gauze pads and sterile wipes out of his pocket.
“Sod. Off.” Crowley shifted as best he could. Those trice-damned cuffs, empowered with demonic warding, bound his wrists and ankles to the chair. A leather collar, also warded, encircled his throat, a thick chain connecting to the seat. Crowley enjoyed a bit of bondage - he was a demon - but not here, held prisoner in the Winchesters’ pri
Transformers: Tarnished IdolsTitle: Transformers: Tarnished Idols
Universe: G1
Pairings: None
Rating: G
Warnings: Mild Angst, Claustrophobia
Author's Note: Time doesn’t heal all wounds. Some wounds fester. Time conversion – vorn: 83 years.
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“I swear I will kill Rumble,” Starscream said, mouth twisted into a fierce grimace.
Dust filled the room, blinding his optics and clogging his vents. He forced several quick bursts of air through them. Perhaps he could clear the overworked mechanisms. It didn’t work. As soon as he hacked some out, more dust flowed in. Now he resembled some sort of pathetic organic thing, clearing its respiratory organs. He cursed quietly. At least his vocals weren’t tied intrinsically to his vents, like some fleshling.
Warnings on his HUD display pinged as his internal temperature slowly started climbing and his vents failed to compensate. Nothing serious. Yet. He planned to be long gone before the dust and heat buildup caused any permanen
A Conversation and a CorpseTitle: A Conversation and a Corpse
Universes (Crossover): Batman and Neil Gaiman's Sandman
Pairings: None
Rating: PG (to be safe)
Warnings: Angst, a corpse
Author's Note: Batman's natural desire to help has unforeseen consequences. This is my entry for the Crossover Contest, and my first crossover.
The copse lay amidst the alley clutter, unmoving, while the first spots of rain splattered on his Armani suit. The night buried him in shadows, the distant streetlights barely illuminating him. Thin rivulets of blood, black in the weak light, pasted down a few graying tufts of hair. His head bent backwards at an angle no living person could achieve. Knowing the futility of it, Batman still reached over and checked for a pulse.  
Looking at the dead never got any easier. It was ugly, no matter how peaceful the passing may have been. Yet still, Batman crouched besides the unmoving form, gently closing the man's eyes. The rain pattered against his hood and cape while he stood his silent vi
Supernatural: Of Ants and AngelsTitle: Supernatural: Of Ants and Angels
Timeframe: During Season 7, Episode 23 “Survival of the Fittest”
Pairings: None
Rating: G
Warnings: SPOILERS – Season 7
Author's Note: Two of my favorite Supernatural characters have a chat. I love these two and I really wanted to do a scene with them. Refresher (and SPOILERS for Season 7): this occurs when Cas is still crazy, Crowley has recently discovered Cas is alive, he still wishes vengeance for Cas' betrayal, and has decided that Cas would be too easy to kill as he is now and that the boys need him to take on the Leviathans.
Scores of miniscule insects scurried over the dirt. They followed signals only they recognized, trod paths only they saw. A fallen twig loomed over them, severing the insects from their invisible trail, yet they diligently circumvented it, forging a new trail. A rival insect – a lumbering, hulk of a beetle – ventured too close to the colony. Antennae flicked, touched other antennae, unspok
Supernatural: Indecently OddTitle: Supernatural: Indecently Odd
Timeframe: Post S10 E5 (“Fan Fiction”)
Pairings: None
Rating: PG
Warnings: Mild Language
Author's Note: This is inspired by, and the characters' attitudes are taken from, the episode “Fan Fiction”.
Dean contemplated the double-stacked bacon cheeseburger – extra bacon, pickles, ketchup and mustard, thank you very much – with the same reverence others reserved for their beloved. He breathed in the savory aroma of perfectly sizzled beef and fried hickory heaven. Using both hands, he grasped the masterpiece and brought it to his mouth. He closed his eyes.
Sam cleared his throat.
Dean sighed. “Don't ruin the moment, dude.”
“Um, Dean?” Sam's voice was quiet.
“Dammit.”
Dean glared at his brother. Sam turned a concerned glance to him, then tilted his head in a brief nod at the only other occupant in the bunker. Scowling, Dean glanced down to the end of the library's table, where Castiel
Supernatural: Pastry AbuseTitle: Supernatural: Pastry Abuse
Time Frame: Post S10 E5 (“Fan Fiction”), Sequel to my fic “Indecently Odd”
Pairings: None
Rating: G
Warnings: None
Author's Note: This is the direct sequel to my “Indecently Odd” story, although it can be read alone. Castiel confronts Crowley about his suggestion in the previous fic.
“We've gone over this, Castiel,” Crowley said, staring down at the summoning ritual. He kicked a small puff of dirt at the smoldering remains. “It's called a phone. Use it.”
“Had I done so, you could have ignored it,” Castiel replied, glaring at the demon.
“Me? Never!” Crowley held a hand up to his chest, affecting shock. Dropping his hand, he raised his eyebrows at the angel, the corners of his mouth curving in a slight smile. “You'll never know if you don't try.”
Tightening his lips, Castiel looked aside. “I still do not have you in my contact list.”
Crowley rocked
Supernatural: Heart to HeartlessTitle: Supernatual: Heart to Heartless
Time Frame: Late Season 9
Pairings: None
Rating: PG
Warnings: Mild Language
Author's Note: This is for the May Mayhem Writing Challenge over on Tumblr. My prompt was “Are you drunk?”. The story had to feature Crowley and another character in some sort of relationship (not necessarily a pairing). I chose a form of 'brothers in arms' relationship between Crowley and Castiel, drawing on a commonality that they share (although, in canon, it has not been explored).
Hell was, well, hell. Of course, there were the screams, the fire, the blood, bones and gore. Mundane stuff. The real torture came with the paperwork, the mountains – endless, towering mountains – of paperwork. If it weren't for quality control issues (damned souls were not known for their merits), Crowley would use those stacks as a new torture. However, the bloody work actually needed doing, and doing well. Abaddon had properly screwed Hell over during her thankfull

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Supernatural: A Good LadTitle: Supernatural: A Good Lad
Pairings: None
Rating: PG
Warnings: Bullying, Threat to a minor, Implied threat to a minor, Minor violence, Implied violence
Author's Note: I'm going to be super vague here, as I don't want to spoil which Supernatural character(s) I'm writing about. I started pondering how events could shape a person and, eventually, this little plot-bunny emerged. It's not my typical humor piece – in fact, it's rather dark – but I like it.
Teeth bared, the scrap of a pup growled and tugged at the twig. Holding the other end, a young boy – no more than five or six years in age – laughed at the young mutt's antics. Its feet slipped forward in the mud as the child gave the stick a playful jerk. Moisture and muck seeped through his linen breeches and long coat, unheeded by the boy and adding another layer of stains to the fraying clothes.
Life in the burgh continued heedless of the pair. The thick scent of dung mixed with warm flavors wafting from th
TF: Entomophobia - Halloween TradeTitle: Entomophobia
Pairings: None
Rating: PG
Warnings: Disturbing imagery
Author's Note: This is my submission for the TF-SecretSanta Halloween Trade for xDeadlyxxxDesirex. This is a Halloween story, so I tried for scary. It's not as lighthearted as my normal fics, although it has its humorous moments (I couldn't help myself). I pulled on two personal fears of mine when I wrote this, to try and add some real creepiness to it. I hope it works. Time conversions: Klik 1.2 minutes, Nanoklik approximately 1 second. Comm transmissions are marked with colons – ::like this.::
The Rust Sea spread across Cybertron's equator, an immense red scar across its surface. Erratic pillars twisted into the sky. Corrosive gasses bled from the ground, slowly eating the land away, turning everything to an endless expanse of rust. Across the ground, miniature hills rose and fell, forming 'waves' that traveled as far as the optic could see.
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Gallery Descriptions and Miscats Month


Hello and welcome, fellow deviants! I'm SingingFlames, former Community Volunteer for the Literature and Fan Fiction Galleries. DA may be well-known for its visual art, but it has an extensive and varied selection of written works as well. Like Alice slipping down the rabbit hole, it's quite easy to get lost in our vast Literature Gallery. I'm here to show you around my favorite stomping grounds (and steer you clear of the Queen of Hearts, should the need arise).



Welcome to Literature!



Many may hear 'literature' and think of Dickens, Machiavelli or Bradbury, classic authors our high school English teachers touted. However, on DA, literature encompasses the vast majority of written deviations submitted (excluding journals, tutorials and templates). Literature has several sub-categories, each with their own (sometimes numerous) sub-categories. There's a home for just about everything here. Let's dive on in!

HINT: Windows users, if you're looking for one specific category, sub-category or term in this article, use "Ctrl+F" on your keyboard to search for that term. Mac users, use "Command+F".


Whether browsing or submitting into the Literature gallery, the start of your journey is relatively simple. After selecting 'Literature', you can choose from five sub-categories.

  • Characters & Settings
  • Fan Fiction
  • Poetry
  • Prose
  • Scripts & Screenplays


Characters & Settings



The Characters and Settings category is the home of authors' original characters and locales. Filled out a template for your main antagonist and want to show her off? This is the place! Got the greatest idea for a medieval fantasy economic structure? Here you go!

Characters and Settings has four sub-categories.

Contemporary These characters and settings are set in the author's own time period. This category has three sub-categories: profiles, settings and sketches.

Historical These characters and settings are set in any real time period before the author's. This category has three sub-categories: profiles, settings and sketches.

Plot, Outlines & Synopses This is for an overview of the plot, or a synopses, of the story. This is not for actual stories, which belong in Prose.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy These characters and settings are set in any fantastical or futuristic time period. This category has three sub-categories: profiles, settings and sketches.


Fan Fiction



Fan Fiction is fiction based off another creator's characters and/or settings, often from television, books or other media sources. For several years, this category was located in the Fan Art gallery, which caused several miscats as deviants visited Literature to submit their Fan Fiction. Now, it has found its permanent home with the rest of DeviantArt's written works.

Fan Fiction has numerous subcategories to choose from.

Drama Stories here focus on intense emotional impact and situations.

Fantasy These stories have a fantasy setting or theme.

General Fiction All submissions that don't fall into any of the other categories belong here, including poetry and scripts (as an example).

Horror These stories are intended to frighten and disturb their readers.

Humor Deviations here are humorous and meant to amuse.

Romance These works focus on romantic relationships.

Sci-Fi Stories in this category have a futuristic setting or theme.


Poetry



Poetry is a massive category, which is to be expected as it's one of the mainstays of literature. It includes thirteen sub-categories, each with up to seven of their own sub-categories (and one of those having many more). There are a total of 111 sub-categories inside of Poetry. Many of those are the same sub-categories, repeated through each of the main thirteen. For ease of reading, and since most of these are either self-explanatory or covered in other sections, the main thirteen will be listed together here. From there, we will discuss the categories within them.



The main sub-categories in Poetry are Children's, Emotional, Family Life, General Poetry, Horror, Human Nature, Humor, Narrative, Nature, Romantic (which has four unique sub-categories - Erotic, General, Post-Teen (Mature), and Teen), Sociopolitical, Spiritual and Transgressive.

Within those sub-categories, are several other sub-categories (although not all of the main sub-categories have each of these).

Concrete Poetry Words in these are arranged in a relevant shape to the poem.

Free Verse These do not follow any fixed form and may use experimental devices.

Haiku & Eastern These are minimalistic styles, often with an emphasis on nature themes.

Songs & Lyrics These are written with the intent of musical accompaniment.

Traditional Fixed Forms The forms of these follow established guidelines, such as a Sonnet (but not to be confused with Haikus, which are submitted in the Haiku & Eastern category).

Urban & Spoken Word These poems are written with emphasis on sound and beat, and meant for a verbal performance.

Visual & Found Poetry These use text to create poetry by either arranging text into meaningful shapes (visual) or finding words within a text to create a poetic verse (found).


Prose



Prose, the other cornerstone of Literature, is also a fairly large gallery, for all that it only has two main sub-categories. It has a grand total of 66 smaller categories hiding inside its internet pages.  



Fiction These stories involve imaginary people, events and/or places. Fiction has fourteen sub-categories. Like Poetry, most of the smaller categories within those repeat themselves.

  • These sub-categories are Children and Teen, Family Life, Fantasy, General Fiction, Historical, Horror, Humor, Mystery & Suspense, Philosophy & Perspectives, Romance (with additional sub-categories - Erotica, General, Post-Teen (Mature), Teen), Science Fiction, Socio-Political, Spiritual & Occult, and Transgressive.
  • In each of those (except Historical), are the sub-categories Flash Fiction & Vignettes, Introductions & Chapters, and Short Stories.

Non-Fiction These works are about true, real life people, events and/or places. This gallery covers numerous topics, from essays to letters to interviews.

  • Non-Fiction sub-categories are Academic Essays, Articles & Interviews, Biography & Memoir, Editorial, Emotional, General Non-Fiction, Historical, Letters, Philosophical, and Reviews and Guides.
  • Biography & Memoir and General Non-Fiction are the only two with additional sub-categories. Those are Introductions & Chapters, and Stories & Vignettes.


Scripts & Screenplays



Scripts and screenplays are the written blueprints used in theater, television, movies and other media. They can be quick snippets or full-length features. This gallery covers them all.

Comic Scripts These are original scripts written specifically for comics and/or graphic novels.

Full-Length Scripts These are full-length scripts, usually having several scenes/acts. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)

Monologues & Soliloquies This script is intended for a single character to perform. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)

One-Acts This script is complete and has only one act. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)

Screenplays & Teleplays These original scripts are intended for a television or film format. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)

Skits & Sketches A short script, usually lasting between one to ten minutes long. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)


Conclusion



Thus ends our brief trip around Literature rabbit hole. The gallery is full of numerous categories and sub-categories (and some sub-sub-sub-categories). I hope you've found something new here. I admit I've found some new ones myself on this trip.

  • Did you discover any new categories/sub-categories? Which ones?
  • What category of Literature do you submit to most? Visit most?
  • Going into this article, how big did you believe Literature was and were you surprised when you learned its size?
  • What category(ies) of Literature is DeviantArt missing, if any?

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Gallery Descriptions and Miscats Month


Hello and welcome, fellow deviants! I'm SingingFlames, former Community Volunteer for the Literature and Fan Fiction Galleries. DA may be well-known for its visual art, but it has an extensive and varied selection of written works as well. Like Alice slipping down the rabbit hole, it's quite easy to get lost in our vast Literature Gallery. I'm here to show you around my favorite stomping grounds (and steer you clear of the Queen of Hearts, should the need arise).



Welcome to Literature!



Many may hear 'literature' and think of Dickens, Machiavelli or Bradbury, classic authors our high school English teachers touted. However, on DA, literature encompasses the vast majority of written deviations submitted (excluding journals, tutorials and templates). Literature has several sub-categories, each with their own (sometimes numerous) sub-categories. There's a home for just about everything here. Let's dive on in!

HINT: Windows users, if you're looking for one specific category, sub-category or term in this article, use "Ctrl+F" on your keyboard to search for that term. Mac users, use "Command+F".


Whether browsing or submitting into the Literature gallery, the start of your journey is relatively simple. After selecting 'Literature', you can choose from five sub-categories.

  • Characters & Settings
  • Fan Fiction
  • Poetry
  • Prose
  • Scripts & Screenplays


Characters & Settings



The Characters and Settings category is the home of authors' original characters and locales. Filled out a template for your main antagonist and want to show her off? This is the place! Got the greatest idea for a medieval fantasy economic structure? Here you go!

Characters and Settings has four sub-categories.

Contemporary These characters and settings are set in the author's own time period. This category has three sub-categories: profiles, settings and sketches.

Historical These characters and settings are set in any real time period before the author's. This category has three sub-categories: profiles, settings and sketches.

Plot, Outlines & Synopses This is for an overview of the plot, or a synopses, of the story. This is not for actual stories, which belong in Prose.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy These characters and settings are set in any fantastical or futuristic time period. This category has three sub-categories: profiles, settings and sketches.


Fan Fiction



Fan Fiction is fiction based off another creator's characters and/or settings, often from television, books or other media sources. For several years, this category was located in the Fan Art gallery, which caused several miscats as deviants visited Literature to submit their Fan Fiction. Now, it has found its permanent home with the rest of DeviantArt's written works.

Fan Fiction has numerous subcategories to choose from.

Drama Stories here focus on intense emotional impact and situations.

Fantasy These stories have a fantasy setting or theme.

General Fiction All submissions that don't fall into any of the other categories belong here, including poetry and scripts (as an example).

Horror These stories are intended to frighten and disturb their readers.

Humor Deviations here are humorous and meant to amuse.

Romance These works focus on romantic relationships.

Sci-Fi Stories in this category have a futuristic setting or theme.


Poetry



Poetry is a massive category, which is to be expected as it's one of the mainstays of literature. It includes thirteen sub-categories, each with up to seven of their own sub-categories (and one of those having many more). There are a total of 111 sub-categories inside of Poetry. Many of those are the same sub-categories, repeated through each of the main thirteen. For ease of reading, and since most of these are either self-explanatory or covered in other sections, the main thirteen will be listed together here. From there, we will discuss the categories within them.



The main sub-categories in Poetry are Children's, Emotional, Family Life, General Poetry, Horror, Human Nature, Humor, Narrative, Nature, Romantic (which has four unique sub-categories - Erotic, General, Post-Teen (Mature), and Teen), Sociopolitical, Spiritual and Transgressive.

Within those sub-categories, are several other sub-categories (although not all of the main sub-categories have each of these).

Concrete Poetry Words in these are arranged in a relevant shape to the poem.

Free Verse These do not follow any fixed form and may use experimental devices.

Haiku & Eastern These are minimalistic styles, often with an emphasis on nature themes.

Songs & Lyrics These are written with the intent of musical accompaniment.

Traditional Fixed Forms The forms of these follow established guidelines, such as a Sonnet (but not to be confused with Haikus, which are submitted in the Haiku & Eastern category).

Urban & Spoken Word These poems are written with emphasis on sound and beat, and meant for a verbal performance.

Visual & Found Poetry These use text to create poetry by either arranging text into meaningful shapes (visual) or finding words within a text to create a poetic verse (found).


Prose



Prose, the other cornerstone of Literature, is also a fairly large gallery, for all that it only has two main sub-categories. It has a grand total of 66 smaller categories hiding inside its internet pages.  



Fiction These stories involve imaginary people, events and/or places. Fiction has fourteen sub-categories. Like Poetry, most of the smaller categories within those repeat themselves.

  • These sub-categories are Children and Teen, Family Life, Fantasy, General Fiction, Historical, Horror, Humor, Mystery & Suspense, Philosophy & Perspectives, Romance (with additional sub-categories - Erotica, General, Post-Teen (Mature), Teen), Science Fiction, Socio-Political, Spiritual & Occult, and Transgressive.
  • In each of those (except Historical), are the sub-categories Flash Fiction & Vignettes, Introductions & Chapters, and Short Stories.

Non-Fiction These works are about true, real life people, events and/or places. This gallery covers numerous topics, from essays to letters to interviews.

  • Non-Fiction sub-categories are Academic Essays, Articles & Interviews, Biography & Memoir, Editorial, Emotional, General Non-Fiction, Historical, Letters, Philosophical, and Reviews and Guides.
  • Biography & Memoir and General Non-Fiction are the only two with additional sub-categories. Those are Introductions & Chapters, and Stories & Vignettes.


Scripts & Screenplays



Scripts and screenplays are the written blueprints used in theater, television, movies and other media. They can be quick snippets or full-length features. This gallery covers them all.

Comic Scripts These are original scripts written specifically for comics and/or graphic novels.

Full-Length Scripts These are full-length scripts, usually having several scenes/acts. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)

Monologues & Soliloquies This script is intended for a single character to perform. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)

One-Acts This script is complete and has only one act. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)

Screenplays & Teleplays These original scripts are intended for a television or film format. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)

Skits & Sketches A short script, usually lasting between one to ten minutes long. (Sub-categories are Comedy and Drama.)


Conclusion



Thus ends our brief trip around Literature rabbit hole. The gallery is full of numerous categories and sub-categories (and some sub-sub-sub-categories). I hope you've found something new here. I admit I've found some new ones myself on this trip.

  • Did you discover any new categories/sub-categories? Which ones?
  • What category of Literature do you submit to most? Visit most?
  • Going into this article, how big did you believe Literature was and were you surprised when you learned its size?
  • What category(ies) of Literature is DeviantArt missing, if any?

Before you leave, please give Cheshire a quick pat and if you have a moment, please share this and the other articles for Gallery Description and Miscat Month!



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Happy late Birthday! Hope it was a good one! :D
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