Hopefully you’ve gotten an email telling you about your gift, but if not you can find it by (from the AO3) clicking ‘my home’ and hitting ‘Gifts’ at the bottom of the sidebar on the left.
Everyone should have something for them in the collection, but if we’ve overlooked something and:
- you don’t have a “Homestuck Ladyfest Exchange 2011” gift
- your gift does not contain 1000 words of fic or at least one 400x650 image
- your gift is otherwise inappropriate (contradicts your request)
please email us (ladystuck at gmail) immediately with your AO3 pseud and we will get that sorted out right quick!
On a happier note, we’ve got some 120 pieces of fic and art up for you to look through, and we hope you’re as excited about the grand unveiling as we are :) We’d like to give our thanks to everyone who made this possible—all of you participants, of course, but especially our amazing pinch-hitters: AO3 users anxiousAnarchist, artillie, daeseage, ehmazing, fortheloveofpizza, nextian, orta, overthetiber, Phrenotobe, PlayerProphet, schellibie, signalbeam, Sorcyress, strangequark, veryFresh, vulturer, and zoamh! (Extra special thanks to those of you who took multiple pinch-hits, and to the incredibly heroic individual—you know who you are—who pulled off a three-hour miracle the night of the 1st and basically saved our skins.) They all did incredible work in a matter of days and we really, really could not have run Ladystuck without them.
Lastly, the Ladystuck treats collection is still open, and will remain so for another day, in case you aren’t totally sated yet. :)
Over one hundred lady-focused fanworks, guys! CHECK DIS SHIT OUT.
Ladystuck is a holiday exchange centered around the girls and women of Homestuck and their relationships with one another. Signups begin in early October.
I am still setting things up, but I just want to get a rough idea of how many people to expect—if you think you might want to participate, please like or reblog this post! Thanks :>
I will do this so hard.
As hard as Rose does Kanaya on every last surface of their house, which is very hard and incredibly loving.
I’m sorry I just had to reblog because this is the most perfect commentary for this context ever