recs :: about
as us butch guys say
at the front
turned inward is depression. Anger turned sideways is Hawkeye."
- Sidney Freedman, Dear Sigmund
Korea, 1950, a hundred years ago.
Hawkeye likes poker, drinking and girls. And Trapper.
[Chemistry, Homecoming, Sleeping Beauty, Closet, Hallelujah
and Shattering Glass won awards at the
awards 2004. I came second in the outstanding author category, which I find
embarrassing in the extreme]
Chemistry - PG-13, slash,
Hawkeye/Trapper [read with
The story of the still: how, why and by whom it was built, and how certain
relationships were forged.
Kite - G, slash, Hawkeye/Trapper
Originally a Boozefest entry. One drunken night in the Swamp.
Here Is Gone - PG, slash,
Sleep-deprivation; or, another drunken night in the Swamp.
Homecoming - PG-13, gen
[read with commentary]
Hawkeye comes home, through the eyes of Daniel Pierce.
Sleeping Beauty - PG, pre-slash
A brief fairy tale; Sidney arrives at the 4077th to find the handsome prince is
non-existent and the beautiful princess appears to be Hawkeye.
Shattering Glass - R, slash,
Hawkeye is blackmailed; Flagg knows how to keep a secret.
Hopelessly Entwined - PG-13, slash,
A look at the reluctant end of a relationship, and why there's too much at stake
in Korea in 1950.
Missing Hawk - G, gen
In the days after the war, BJ has somehow managed to lose Hawkeye.
Scent - PG, slash, Hawkeye/Trapper
How Hawkeye and Trapper met, and what happened after that.
Storm - PG, slash, Hawkeye/Trapper
Radar just happens to know a few things. So does Mulcahy. Hawkeye's sense of
humour is somewhat unpredictable. So is a yo-yo.
Snow - G, pre-slash.
It's snowing, but Radar is out delivering letters. Hawkeye has the flu.
Closet - PG, gen
Years before Korea, Carlye Breslin finds Hawkeye in a closet, and decides she
can solve all his problems.
Hallelujah - PG, pre-slash
Mulcahy is in search of answers; Hawkeye may or may not have them. There is
something afoot that neither of them quite understands.
Autumn - PG, slash, Hawkeye/BJ
After the war, Erin tells BJ to go back in search of Hawkeye.
Surreal - PG-13, gen,
crossover (M*A*S*H/Stargate SG-1)
Incredibly silly snippet, written for Sarah, who wanted SG-1 to end up at the