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Please write a wishlist explaining what you'd like in a story, what fandoms and trios/moresomes you would like fanactivity about, and what your squicks are. You may either write a wishlist in comments or post a link to an unlocked entry on your journal.

You do not have an assigned writer, but I hope that this will function as something of a prompt meme, and people will read the wishlists and make nice things happen for each other.

People filling wishes may choose to post them to Cookie Jar 2013. I will leave that collection open for posting permanently, but I will turn anonymity off on January 6. Whether or not you post to AO3, please remember to comment back here to let people know if you've given them something on their wishlist.

People writing wishlists may wish to include their AO3 usernames, just in case. If you would like an invite code so you may post there anonymously, let me know.



Some tips on writing a letter by other, wiser fen than I:

[livejournal.com profile] liviapenn: Thoughts on Yuletide prompts & requests
[livejournal.com profile] thefourthvine: [Meta]: The Yuletide Prompt Poll Results
[livejournal.com profile] dhaunea: Request details and 'Dear Santa' letters
[livejournal.com profile] penknife: Eight ways to break your ficathon writer's brain

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Dear Sailor

Nov. 4th, 2012 12:41 am
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Please write a letter expanding on what you'd like in a story, what you like in the fandoms and trios you requested, and what your squicks are. You may either write a letter in comments or post a link to an unlocked entry on your journal. Your sailor (i.e. assigned writer) is not obligated to include the things you put in the letter, but they should avoid your listed squicks, and may better be able to determine what to write for you.

Make sure the name on the comment below matches the name you used to sign up with!

Some tips on writing a letter by other, wiser fen than I:

[livejournal.com profile] liviapenn: Thoughts on Yuletide prompts & requests
[livejournal.com profile] thefourthvine: [Meta]: The Yuletide Prompt Poll Results
[livejournal.com profile] dhaunea: Request details and 'Dear Santa' letters
[livejournal.com profile] penknife: Eight ways to break your ficathon writer's brain

If you do not have a Dreamwidth account, you may want to setup an OpenID account in order to comment. Anonymous commenting is allowed but screened by default, so there's a delay.
zvi: self-portrait: short, fat, black dyke in bunny slippers (Default)
[personal profile] zvi
Please write a letter expanding on what you'd like in a story, what you like in the fandoms and trios you requested, and what your squicks are. You may either write a letter in comments or post a link to an unlocked entry on your journal. Your sailor (i.e. assigned writer) is not obligated to include the things you put in the letter, but they should avoid your listed squicks, and may better be able to determine what to write for you.

Make sure the name on the comment below matches the name you used to sign up with!

Some tips on writing a letter by other, wiser fen than I:

[livejournal.com profile] liviapenn: Thoughts on Yuletide prompts & requests
[livejournal.com profile] thefourthvine: [Meta]: The Yuletide Prompt Poll Results
[livejournal.com profile] dhaunea: Request details and 'Dear Santa' letters
[livejournal.com profile] penknife: Eight ways to break your ficathon writer's brain

If you do not have a Dreamwidth account, you may want to setup an OpenID account in order to comment. Anonymous commenting is allowed but screened by default, so there's a delay.
zvi: self-portrait: short, fat, black dyke in bunny slippers (Default)
[personal profile] zvi
Please write a letter expanding on what you'd like in a story, what you like in the fandoms and trios you requested, and what your squicks are. You may either write a letter in comments or post a link to an unlocked entry on your journal. Your sailor (i.e. assigned writer) is not obligated to include the things you put in the letter, but they should avoid your listed squicks, and may better be able to determine what to write for you.

Make sure the name on the comment below matches the name you used to sign up with!

Some tips on writing a letter by other, wiser fen than I:

[livejournal.com profile] liviapenn: Thoughts on Yuletide prompts & requests
[livejournal.com profile] thefourthvine: [Meta]: The Yuletide Prompt Poll Results
[livejournal.com profile] dhaunea: Request details and 'Dear Santa' letters
[livejournal.com profile] penknife: Eight ways to break your ficathon writer's brain

If you do not have a Dreamwidth account, you may want to setup an OpenID account in order to comment. Anonymous commenting is allowed but screened by default, so there's a delay.
zvi: Three Ships: I saw three ships (I saw three ships)
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This is just a heads up: if your recipient did not post a Dear Sailor letter when 3 Ships assignments first went out, you should check the links to Dear Sailor letters again. A number of people posted their letters somewhat belatedly.

Please remember, the letters are optional, but you should do your best to avoid the things that squick your recipient.

Also, I've been rethinking the issue of prompts lately, and I would appreciate people completing this poll. (Remember, if you're following from Livejournal, you can vote in Dreamwidth polls as long as you've logged in with OpenID.)

Poll #1736 Prompts
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 11


The current prompt format gives enough info for me to write a story my recipient will like.

View Answers

Yes
7 (70.0%)

No
1 (10.0%)

Essay answer to be posted in comments
2 (20.0%)

The current prompt format is enough info for me to describe a story I would enjoy receiving.

View Answers

Yes
8 (80.0%)

No
1 (10.0%)

Essay answer to be posted in comments
1 (10.0%)

The fic exchange which has the best prompt/prompt directions is: (post URL where I can see sign up directions)

Are we having fun yet?

View Answers

Yes
7 (63.6%)

No
1 (9.1%)

Now that there is a tickybox!
8 (72.7%)

Now that I've got my recipient's Dear Sailor letter
2 (18.2%)

zvi: self-portrait: short, fat, black dyke in bunny slippers (Default)
[personal profile] zvi
Please write a letter expanding on what you'd like in a story, what you like in the fandoms and trios you requested, and what your squicks are. You may either write a letter in comments or post a link to an unlocked entry on your journal. Your sailor (i.e. assigned writer) is not obligated to include the things you put in the letter, but they should avoid your listed squicks, and may better be able to determine what to write for you.

Make sure the name on the comment below matches the name you used to sign up with!

Some tips on writing a letter by other, wiser fen than I:

[livejournal.com profile] liviapenn: Thoughts on Yuletide prompts & requests
[livejournal.com profile] thefourthvine: [Meta]: The Yuletide Prompt Poll Results
[livejournal.com profile] dhaunea: Request details and 'Dear Santa' letters
[livejournal.com profile] penknife: Eight ways to break your ficathon writer's brain

If you do not have a Dreamwidth account, you may want to setup an OpenID account in order to comment. Anonymous commenting is allowed but screened by default, so there's a bit of delay.

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