What's Good? For March, I am bittersweetly pleased to spotlight Diane E.'s "The Last Vampire" (1995, PG-13, ~5K words) in the recommendation-of-the-month project. After Diane's death last month, I reread all her FK fanfiction. While she is justly known for her comedy, this, her one drama, is my own favorite of hers. This Nick goes public with his vampirism under the pretense that he is the last of his kind; he becomes the sole focus of media attention, scientific scrutiny, back taxes...
The day after his first dinner at Schanke's, the lawsuits started arriving at the precinct. First, from people he'd arrested last week, last month, last year—all suddenly claiming "the vampire" had hypnotized them into confessing to crimes they hadn't committed. Then, every suspect he arrested, even the ones he caught red-handed, filed a police-brutality and wrongful-arrest complaint.
What's New on FKFic-L? February saw one story: "Diamonds...and a Girl's Best Friend" (1 post, 6KB) by greerwatson. In March so far, one story has appeared, and lisamcdavid has posted an invitation for FKFic-L War proposals.