|Type:||fan writer, vidder, podficcer, essayist, community moderator|
|Fandoms:||Stargate Atlantis, Good Omens, LotRPS, Leverage, Psych, Sherlock Holmes, Mythbusters RPF|
|Communities:||Kink Bingo with eruthros, myth_confirmed with Toft, holmes_watson with Toft|
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Thingswithwings came to fandom in the nineties through The X Files, and since then has spent time in Lotrips and SGA. She currently writes in a number of smaller fandoms, including Sherlock Holmes and Mythbusters RPF. She is a co-mod of Kink Bingo with eruthros, and is a prolific meta-poster within fandom on kink and other subjects.
She and eruthros were outspoken opponents of the fanfiction survey which became the subject of surveyfail, after being contacted in their capacity as co-mods of Kink Bingo by the survey's authors in August 2009.
- But Where Would They Live? and The Dreams That You Dare To Dream, crack McKay/Sheppard in which Rodney is a unicorn, John is a rainbow, Teyla is a dolphin, and Ronon is a breeze -- frequently cited as proof that SGA fandom is unsurpassed in its concentration of crack
- always should be someone you really love, McShep, genderfuck, in which both McKay and Sheppard are turned into women -- often discussed in meta on genderfuck, this story addressed a number of genderfuck tropes the author found troubling. 
- A Beginner's Guide to Vulcan Sexual Practices, by Captain James T. Kirk, Star Trek (2009), Kirk/Spock -- written in response/protest to a community, kinkfreezone, whose list of disallowed 'kinks' in fic to be posted there, due to the misapplication of a list of 'fandom kinks' written by someone else for another purpose, included such things as 'eye contact'. The story explores the meaning of the concept of 'kink', with both characters coming to the realization that anything can be kinky to anyone, including the total absence of 'kinks'
- Known Associates, MCU, posted 2016. This long fic provides backstory reimagining Steve Rogers sexual identity and relationships in the context of queer and radical political history, and then the contemporary (thawed) times. The AO3 post includes a bibliography.
- How I Survived My Summer Vacation, by Tamika Flynn, Age 12 3/4, Welcome to Night Vale, posted 2013. This fic is one of the most-kudosed works in the WTNV fandom on AO3, and has inspired several other pieces of fanart and fanfic. Based on Episode 28 of the podcast, Summer Reading Program, the story imagines the events of the deadly 'summer reading program' in which Tamika Flynn and a number of other children were trapped inside a library, battling vicious librarians and completing their reading charts. The fic pairs Tamika with an original female character, Beatrice Wong.
- The Glass, multifandom -- a meta vid which takes its central metaphor from Henry Jenkins' well-known commentary on Spock's notoriously slashy death scene from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan in Textual Poachers, "slash is what happens when you take away the glass."
- One-Night Fandoms, vid made with eruthros -- a tribute to Yuletide in vid form, this is surely one of the most 'multi' multifandom vids of all time, drawing from over one hundred rare fandoms
- a lieutenant colonel is being beaten, SGA -- vid commenting on aspects of John Sheppard's character and (fanon and canon) characterization
- Finite Simple Group (of Order Two) , (Better Homes and Gardens)
- don't take the fanfiction survey posted by thingswithwings on August 31st 2009. please don't take the fanfiction survey posted by eruthros on August 31st 2009 (includes her and thingswithwings' email exchange with the survey authors). Both links accessed 10th January 2010.
- "Bending Gender: Feminist and (Trans)Gender Discourses in the Changing Bodies of Slash Fan Fiction", Alexis Lothian and Kristina Busse in Internet Fictions, ed. Hotz-Davies, Kirchhofer and Leppanen, (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009) pp. 116-119.
- Best LJ Community Of All Time! Accessed 10th January 2010.
- Normal Female Interest in Men Bonking: Selections from The Terra Nostra Underground and Strange Bedfellows Accessed 10th January 2010.