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Thank you everyone for your holiday fanwork recommendations. The theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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Thank you everyone for your Neal's first arrest-focused fanwork recommendations. The special theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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In Quantico Closure, Peter tell Neal that he now remembers to celebrate all the important dates in his life, including December 7, the day he arrested Neal Caffrey. For the entire week (December 7 - December 14), [livejournal.com profile] wcredux is asking for recommendations for stories featuring Neal's arrest or his time in prison.

Same rules apply to Special Theme Weeks - one story that you've written, and it must be at least six month old (written before June, 2016).

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this Special Theme Week will remain open until December 14. Early the week after, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.
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The holidays are in the air! And if you don’t celebrate - winter is coming (of course, that’s winter in White Collar land, otherwise known as New York City), and [livejournal.com profile] wcredux wants you to recommend your fanworks that center around holidays and wintertime.

Except for Season One, which filmed during the cold, cold months, White Collar is a show that celebrates the endless sunshine and perpetual blue skies of summertime in New York. But even though we didn’t get much of a chance to celebrate the cold and bleakness of winter with our beloved characters in canon, there are many fanworks that did just that.

Remember - you can recommend one of your fanworks for the theme and the fanwork must be at least six months old (i.e., published before June 2016), but the older the fanwork, the better.

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Posts for this theme will be open until December 31. Early in January, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.

Please don't hesitate to contact a mod if you have any questions.
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Thank you everyone for your family and domesticity fanwork recommendations. The theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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Thank you everyone for your Sara Ellis-focused fanwork recommendations. The special theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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In Taking Account, we learned that Sara was born on November 11. For the entire week (November 11 - November 17), [livejournal.com profile] wcredux is asking for recommendations for stories featuring Sara Ellis.

Same rules apply to Special Theme Weeks - one story that you've written, and it must be at least six month old (written before May, 2015).

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this Special Theme Week will remain open until 11:59 PM on November 17. Eventually, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list
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In celebration of Thanksgiving here in the United States, [livejournal.com profile] wcredux wants you to recommend your fanworks that center around family and domesticity. One of the things that is so integral to White Collar is that families take many forms, and the strongest families are not formed by blood or by traditional vows.

Remember - you can recommend one of your fanworks for the theme and the fanwork must be at least six months old (i.e., published before May 2016), but the older the fanwork, the better.

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this theme will be open until November 30. Eventually, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.

Please don't hesitate to contact a mod if you have any questions.
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Thank you everyone for your spooky fanwork recommendations. The theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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Thank you everyone for your case-fic type fanwork recommendations. The theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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Thank you everyone for your Peter-as-child or Kid!Peter (de-aged) fanwork recommendations. The special theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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The days are getting noticeably shorter and with Labor Day, it's time to buckle down, put away the flip-flops and bathing suits and get back to work. Which means it's a good time to recommend your White Collar case related fanworks – creations that focus on solving a mystery, or maybe plugging up a plot hole from an episode.

Remember - you can recommend one of your fanworks for the theme and the fanwork must be at least six months old (i.e., published before March, 2015), but the older the fanwork, the better.

You can always recommend as many fanworks from other creators as you want to (but do check to see that they haven't yet been rec'd here on [livejournal.com profile] wcredux), and they must also be at least six month old.

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this theme will be open until September 30. Early next month, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.

Please don't hesitate to contact a mod if you have any questions.
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In Shot Through the Heart, via Rachel Turner's massive collection of paper files (and the magic of screen caps), we learned that Peter's birthday is August 25. For the entire week (August 25 – September 1), [livejournal.com profile] wcredux is asking for recommendations for stories featuring Peter-as-child or Kid!Peter (de-aged) fanworks.

Same rules apply to Special Theme Weeks - one story that you've written, and it must be at least six month old (written before February, 2015).

You can always recommend as many fanworks from other creators as you want to (but do check to see that they haven't yet been rec'd here on [livejournal.com profile] wcredux), and they must also be at least six month old.

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this Special Theme Week will remain open until 11:59 PM on September 1. Afterwards, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.
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White Collar has featured some spectacular and very memorable villains. Some have ostensibly been on the "right" side of the law, like Ruiz, Philip Kramer and Garrett Fowler, others have been season-long "big bads" like Vincent Adler, Matthew Keller, Curtis Hagen, Rebecca Lowe/Rachel Turner, Terrence Pratt, and Alan Woodford. And there have been the memorable one-shots, like Ryan Wilkes, Edward Walker, Andy Woods, Avery Philips and Ford Tolman.

As with recommendations for the June Theme, the fanwork you rec should feature the villain – not just mention him or her in passing. The fanwork doesn't have to be about<> that character, but the character should have a major role in the fanwork.

Remember - you can recommend one of your fanworks for the theme and the fanwork must be at least six months old (i.e., published before February 2015), but the older the fanwork, the better.

You can always recommend as many fanworks from other creators as you want to (but do check to see that they haven't yet been rec'd here on [livejournal.com profile] wcredux), and they must also be at least six month old.

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this theme will be open until August 31. Early next month, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.

Please don't hesitate to contact a mod if you have any questions.
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Thank you everyone for your smexy fanwork recommendations. The theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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If February is for love and May is the month for friendship fanworks, July is the month where we want your recommendations for fanworks designed to get everyone all hot and bothered. Fanworks don't have to be X-Rated or super kinky (but we'd like it if they are). And we want all flavors of smut - slash or het, OTP or OT3, or solo pleasures.

Remember - you can recommend one of your fanworks for the theme and the fanwork must be at least six months old (i.e., published before January, 2015), but the older the fanwork, the better.

You can always recommend as many fanworks from other creators as you want to (but do check to see that they haven't yet been rec'd here on [livejournal.com profile] wcredux), and they must also be at least six month old.

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this theme will be open until July 31. Early next month, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.

Please don't hesitate to contact a mod if you have any questions.
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Thank you everyone for your Secondary Characters fanwork recommendations. The theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
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On and off for a number of years, there was a community of Dreamwidth called "The Month of June", which focused on Neal's lovely and larcenous landlady, June Ellington for each day of the sixth month of the year. Rather than replicate that here, the month of June is devoted to White Collar's wonderful secondary characters: Diana, Clinton, Hughes, Lauren, June, Satchmo, Sara, Kate, Alex, Blake, Bugsy. (Any recurring character other than Peter, Neal, Elizabeth or Mozzie.)

Note: Technically, Philip Kramer, Vincent Adler, Matthew Keller, Curtis Hagen, Garrett Fowler, Rebecca Lowe/Rachel Turner, and Alan Woodford are recurring secondary characters, but the theme for August is "Villains" and you might want to save those recs for that month.

The fanwork you rec should feature the secondary character – not just mention him or her in passing. The fanwork doesn't have to be about<> that character, but the character should have a major role in the fanwork.

Remember - you can recommend one of your fanworks for the theme and the fanwork must be at least six months old (i.e., published before December, 2015), but the older the fanwork, the better.

You can always recommend as many fanworks from other creators as you want to (but do check to see that they haven't yet been rec'd here on [livejournal.com profile] wcredux), and they must also be at least six month old.

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this theme will be open until June 30. Early next month, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.

Please don't hesitate to contact a mod if you have any questions.
elrhiarhodan: (White Collar Redux)
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Thank you everyone for your Friendship fanwork recommendations. The theme is now closed.

The round-up post for recommendations and the update to the community master list will be issued next week eventually.
elrhiarhodan: (White Collar Redux)
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It's May and bromance is in the air.

The friendship between Peter and Neal, between Neal and Elizabeth, Neal and Moz, Neal and June and between all of the other White Collar characters is legendary. May is the month to celebrate the friendships that drew us into the show and kept us coming back season after season, so share with us your stories about all of the good friends.

Remember - you can recommend one of your fanworks for the theme and the fanwork must be at least six months old (i.e., published before November 2015), but the older the fanwork, the better.

You can always recommend as many fanworks from other creators as you want to (but do check to see that they haven't yet been rec'd here on [livejournal.com profile] wcredux), and they must also be at least six month old.

Please use this posting template:



Posts for this theme will be open until May 31. Early next month, your mods will collect the recommendations and add them to the master list.

Please don't hesitate to contact a mod if you have any questions.

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