Jan. 24th, 2009

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Yes, folks, I did it again, I started another comm. Now, before you go rolling your eyes at me, this one's a bit different. Come on over and see what you think.

I'm sure you know of all the big-name Doctor Who authors, have probably read all the hugely successful Doctor Who fics; the ones that are recc'd by everyone, praised everywhere, win awards left and right. This community isn't about them.

This comm is about the little guy.

Not that the big name authors don't deserve their acclaim because...recc'd, praised, awarded? They've definitely earned their place in the Doctor Who fandom. But, we here at [livejournal.com profile] unsung_dw want to shift the emphasis elsewhere, to the lesser known authors and fics. The ones that aren't any less deserving, but for one reason or another, have slipped under the radar, maybe gaining a small following, but never really making it into wider circulation.

We have no intention of being elitist here though. Singling out specific authors to be ignored or shunned is not a part of our goals. As fellow mod, [livejournal.com profile] rabid1st put it (far better than I ever could); This is a community about discovery and support and sharing the joy of little known gems.

So, join up, introduce us to someone we've never heard of before, and maybe you'll find a few gems in the rough to add to your own favorites list.
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Yeah, I slacked off on this a bit. I didn't really mean to but I've been so busy with my 'Sooper Sekrit Project' (not so sekrit anymore) and helping [livejournal.com profile] shannon730 with the Children of Time Awards that I've barely had time to sleep, much less post. Things will hopefully be quieting down now though, and I'm going to give it my all to finish this meme without further interruption.

And so, without further ado, my happiness day six...

Parental gushing behind the cut... )

And now I'm off to...try not to fall asleep at 7pm. *yawns*


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