veleda_k: Kate from White Collar with a gun (White Collar: Kate)
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Title: But I am More Faithful Than I Intended to Be
Author: [personal profile] veleda_k
Wordcount: ~8800
Rating: PG-13
Pairing(s): Kate/Neal
Contains: (highlight to reveal) The aftermath of minor violence. The threat of major violence and rape, especially rape by coercion. No rape or major violence actually takes place. Feel free to contact me if you have further questions.
Notes: For LC, and written for my old love_bingo card, using the prompt "faithfulness." The title is taken from Tennessee Williams. Thank you to [personal profile] florafic for betaing. Spoilers for "Forging Bonds."
Summary: Once a week, every week, for three and a half years, Kate visited Neal in prison. Somehow they survived.

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veleda_k: Alex from White Collar (White Collar: Alex)
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Title: Ring in the New
Author: [personal profile] veleda_k
Rating: G
Characters: Alex
Pairing: Gen (very briefly mentioned Kate/Neal)
Spoilers: "Forging Bonds"
Word Count: 500
Summary: Alex has her own New Years Traditions.
Notes: Written for [ profile] wc_women_fest's 500 word challenge. The prompt was "Times Square."

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veleda_k: Alex from White Collar (White Collar: Alex)
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Title: Scotch and Sympathy
Author: [personal profile] veleda_k
Rating: NC-17
Characters: Alex, Kate
Pairings: Alex/Kate, background Kate/Neal
Contains: Explicit sex, some Dom/sub undertones
Wordcount: ~2640
Summary: Kate feels like she's drifting. Alex is there.
Notes: Written for [community profile] female_fest, for the prompt, "Kate/Alex, That one time while Neal was in prison." Mild spoilers for "Forging Bonds."

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veleda_k: Diana from White Collar. Text says, "Made of awesome." (White Collar- Diana is awesome)
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For [community profile] month_of_meta I wrote up an examination of the way the women of white collar are written, and how the show deals with gendered tropes.

White Collar is one of my very favorite shows. And one the reasons I love it so much is its varied cast of interesting and awesome women characters. In this piece (one couldn't really call it an essay), I'll discuss how the women of White Collar are written as individuals as well as the way the writers address gendered tropes. Expect this to spoil all the way through the end of season three.

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Oct. 27th, 2009 07:44 pm
snakeling: Neal wearing a hat, with the caption: "Mod Hat On" (white collar: mod hat on)
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