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I just wanted to share the details of this project. Text below is directly from http://sakibatch.tumblr.com/post/138262936889. Any signal boosting you can do on any platform would be wonderful. <3

As many of you may know, our beloved friend and fandom artist by the name of br0-Harry passed away late last year. Br0-Harry was such an inspiration for a lot of us in the Sherlock fandom from the very beginning, blessing us with his talent of art and sharing it and the world. His wife, Verity Burns, a beautifully talented writer in the fandom, recently wrote and posted about Harry’s passing, telling their story of how they fell in love through the Sherlock fandom, which can be read here: [link]

The Three Patch Podcast @threepatchpodcast and I wanted to show our support for all Harry has done for us, from bringing us together as a family to giving us happiness on our cloudy days, so we asked Verity if there were any charities we could donate to in memory of Harry. She decided on Macmillan Cancer Support, since they did so, so much for the both of them.

The Three Patch Podcast has set up a page on JustGiving for anyone to donate. Donations through JustGiving go directly to Macmillan Cancer Support: [link]

As well as charity, I’ve decided to compile a scrapbook in memory of Harry, filled with your art, your stories, your photos, etc. to send directly to Verity. I’ll be accepting submissions physically for the scrapbook at my table at 221B Con. If you can’t attend 221BCon and wish to contribute to the project, you can send it to me at:

Sakibatch
P.O BOX #185
Highland Lakes, NJ, 07422
United States

Br0-Harry brought a lot of love into our hearts, as well as into the Sherlock fandom. Harry has gifted us with his talent and inspired us in so many different ways, and we want to give back. He will always be remembered by all of us, one way or another, in this family of a fandom.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact myself and Caroline with questions at harrytribute@gmail.com

~ Saki
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Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] avawatson at Episode 38: The Greek Interpreted
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The Greek Interpreted

For this July, we have an episode chock full of Greek tributes and tangents. From A/B/O and beta reading to pi(e)croft and horoscopes, we’ve got you covered and then some. Show notes and direct download information are available HERE at three-patch.com. Or subscribe via RSS or via iTunes (search for threepatch).

Featuring:

Plus, learn more about what we’re up to at upcoming conventions SDCC in July and gridlockdc in August!

[beautiful toga!lock artwork by [livejournal.com profile] foxestacado]

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Feel free to disregard, I just need a place to make lists, and oh my god do I have lists.
Ugh?? )
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I started writing this post, then recorded it for a fan medley for [livejournal.com profile] threepatch, and now here I am back to the working on the lj post. So yes, let me just shoot myself in the foot here poke at you guys about how you feel about this.

I don't pretend to have thought this through exhaustively and I don't pretend to be capital C correct about a damn thing. But here are my thoughts, muddled and decidedly uncogent as they are.

It'd be nice if I had a very high moral high ground to stand on (as, in fact, many people do see RPF as an issue of morality), and I'd feel a lot more secure if I, in fact, I saw things in black and white and felt things in black and white, and I were able to say, with conviction, "Yeah, you know what, there's a line I will not cross and this is it. No RPFs, none, and that's it, that's a squick, it's morally wrong."

But I don't have that line. I mean, not there, anyway. It's not a squick. And if it's morally wrong, I don't feel it sharply and instinctively like I feel other things are morally wrong. Is that...wrong?

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