victoria elizabeth, but most people on the interwebs call me liz. 29, catholic, fiscally-conservative libertarian. nerdfighter. fangirl extraordinaire. belligerent fatty and supporter of fat acceptance and haes. currently in possession of two bachelor's degrees and one part-time job. oops. check out my portfolio/blog thing. former air force brat currently residing in texas and still waiting for that "finally made it home" feeling.
fandoms which pop up with some degree of regularity include (in no particular order): doctor who, elementary, ncis/ncis:los angeles, white collar, haven, warehouse 13, hannibal, sleepy hollow, castle, the vampire diaries, parks and rec, new girl, once upon a time, suits, & various others.
"No. Not even a bit. The Internet to me is about rebel culture, and I’ve always loved it. When I think of rebel culture, I think of rock-and-roll, or hip-hop; and for a long time now, it’s been the Internet. Everything belongs to everyone now, and everyone gets to have a say. It doesn’t mean the fans are writing the show, but they definitely are watching it and they get to have a say. I don’t get to sit back and pretend I’m too good to talk to them. That’s bullshit. Digital lets us have this conversation and make it as awesome as we want. Why can’t I share fan-fiction? Those fans are artists too, I’m not more or less of an artist than the people who are writing that, or drawing fan art. I’ve believed that for a while, and I felt like this was the time to go, “No, I don’t want it back and I’m happy [the fourth wall] is gone.” It’s one of the most enjoyable experiences. To me, it’s theater. Immediate reaction, the second it’s done. I get to be in my living room with you, trolling my own show."