[identity profile] storyfan.livejournal.com
Scroll down just a little to see a webcomic artist's perception of Mike & Psmith, just as they begin their school year together.


I already have several versions of "Mike & Psmith," but I'd buy one illustrated by this artist as soon as it hit the market. Maybe I'll put a bug in the artist's ear…
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
So, I've been meaning to read Wodehouse's non-Jeeves stuff for years, but I could never really get into it. However, I just picked up a copy of Leave it to Psmith, and oh lord, is it awesome. I love Psmith. I love Eve. Freddie Threepwood is so delightfully annoying.

I have a couple of discussion questions/possible prompts for you all. First, if you were to make a Psmith and Mike movie or TV series, who would be your ideal actors for the roles? (Personally, I immediately started seeing Psmith as Benedict Cumberbatch. I think he has just the right sort of weird elegance for the part.) 

Second, do you think Jeeves and Psmith would make the most dangerously awesome problem-solving team of all time, or would they just drive each other crazy? 
[identity profile] laughinggas13.livejournal.com
 What-ho, Indeedsir!

[livejournal.com profile] lawnnun  has written a rather wonderful smutty continuation to my fic Locked Drawers that you might be interested in. (NC17. Also, not necessary to have read Locked Drawers beforehand.)

You can find it over at psmith_fans.
[identity profile] laughinggas13.livejournal.com
Does anyone happen to know where one might purchase this T-shirt?

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Or indeed any similar sort of thing? I've tried all the usual suspects - zazzle, cafepress, googling 'psmith t-shirt', but I can't seem to find a thing (other than a white tee that says 'Psmith the Worker' on it, which I don't like as much.)
[identity profile] toodlepipsigner.livejournal.com
Here you can find an assortment of Wodehouse short stories and compilations, from the Psmith, Mike, Jeeves, and Blandings canons, as well as some stand-alones. Some are just chapters, some are there in their entirety.
Throwing it out there for those of us who live off cheap soups and don't get down to the library quite as much as we'd like to. We romantics like out books free and easily accessible, don't we? :)
Happy reading!
[identity profile] laughinggas13.livejournal.com
Title: The Exploits of Psmith and Mike
Pairings: Psmith/Mike
Rating: PG-13 (Just for safety)
Word Count: 2, 500
: Huge thanks to my wonderful betas [livejournal.com profile] georgeodowd and [livejournal.com profile] lawnnun 
Summary: A night-time expedition leads to revelations... and Shakespeare.

Link goes to my journal. Crossposted to [livejournal.com profile] psmith_fans .

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears!
[identity profile] angelofmadness7.livejournal.com
What ho all! I'm Toria, an ex-lurker who finally deciding to post something here C:

Well, I'm relatively new to the fandom, that being said I've been in a bit of an obsession since getting my hands on a couple of the books and the series box-set <3
I'm afraid I don't have much to offer in the writing areas however I will definately be posting a few pictures every now and then :3
That being said, I bring you all some art that hopefully you will enjoy :)
Here be art )


May. 3rd, 2009 07:20 pm
[identity profile] laughinggas13.livejournal.com
So... I have this little Psmith/Mike fic I'd like to post on here but I'm thinking I'd quite like someone to beta it for me cos I don't think I've got the voices quite right. Only thing is, I haven't a clue how this whole beta-ing thingy works so I need someone that won't object to explaining things ve-ry slow-ly for me, preferably in words of one syllable.

Pairing: Psmith/Mike
Rating: Erm... maybe PG-13? Nothing stronger than kising
Word Count: About 2,500 at present

It's all written so don't worry about having to prod me for it. :-)

[identity profile] truly-bohemian.livejournal.com

Title: Psmith Investigates
Chapter: 1/?
Pairing: Mike/Phyllis and (real subtle like) Psmith/Mike at the moment, but I'm hoping to add some Jeeves/Bertie in the future...
Summary: Set after Leave It to Psmith, Psmith has left the employ of Lord Emsworth with the hope of making a success in the world of private investigation.
Rating: PG
Words: 779
Disclaimer: Psmith, Mike and Phyllis are the creations of P. G. Wodehouse.

(Just helping to fill the world with a little more Psmith fic!)


Read more... )
[identity profile] laughinggas13.livejournal.com
Title: The Awkward Holiday
Fandom: PG Wodehouse
Pairings/ Characters: Jeeves/ Wooster, Psmith
Rating: PG
Warnings: None that I can think of.
Disclaimer: I own no characters, all thanks to the incredible PG Wodehouse

A (rather long) bit of silliness that I wrote instead of working on my French revision. You'll be pleased to know that it is all written, cos otherwise I tend to give up on things halfway through. The world needs more Psmith fic, someone out there write/ rec me some! And I'm still not happy with my Bertie voice, I actually find Psmith and Jeeves much easier to write for. Anyways, enough babbling, on with the story!

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four

[identity profile] limerentish.livejournal.com
I'm sorry to doublepost, but I had more fic and could not be stopped from inundating you with it.

Title: Bertie Leaves It to Psmith
Chapter: Two
Pairing(s): Jeeves/Wooster, with perhaps a bit of Mike/Psmith in the offing.
Summary: Bertie is madly in love with someone he can never have. Desperate, he answers a strange advertisement professing that a certain young man called "Psmith" will perform any job he likes. Soon, his life is disturbed by a blackmail plot and two burgeoning illegal romances! Can Jeeves and the eccentric Psmith extract Bertie, never mind themselves, from the soup?
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: I don't even own the shoes I'm wearing.

In this chapter, Psmith is punctual, Bertie is in his pyjamas, Jeeves has good gaydar, and Bertie does not.

Why is one of this Psmith fellow’s eyes glassy? Are all homosexuals like that, with one glassy eye, or is he rabid? Or are homosexuals all rabid? )


Sep. 7th, 2006 11:03 pm
[identity profile] chikkiboo.livejournal.com
My fiance and I were talking last night and ended up on the topic of the Great War, and then on Wodehouse, and then the two subjects intersected.  As far as I can tell, in Wodehouse's world, not only did the war not happen... the entire stretch of 1914-1919 gave it a miss, and everyone went straight from '13 to '20.  Which is fine - the stories aren't really supportable otherwise, the war would loom like a spectre (Jeeves' passing mention of propaganda used in "the late war" notwithstanding)... but it made us think "what if."

And this is somehow what we ended up with.
I understand it is alright to post Psmith stuff in this community, and so I give you my crack-addled dialogue-only psilly story:
part one (I tried to use HTML to make the last paragraph fade out/get smaller as he is walking away while talking, but it might not work)
part two

We decided that Bertie would undertake the same mission, and return with a nice china cup full of piping-hot oolong, take a sip and it pours out of fifteen holes perforating him about the torso.  Looks down, neatly faints, Jeeves steps up with a roll of duct tape...

I'm still working on plotting up an actual somewhat-Wodehousian WWI story.  Taking the humorous writing style, and the silly sort of convoluted everything's-tied-up-together plotlines, but making it be about the War instead of about Why Can't My Friends Just Get Hitched Without Bothering Me.  Of course, the very idea of writing something silly and humorous about the Great War is daunting to me, but I am endeavoring nevertheless, and will share if I ever get it done.
[identity profile] smokingthings.livejournal.com
Okay, so has anyone here read Fry's novel The Liar? I started it yesterday afternoon and I am so thunderstruck with weirdness that I felt the need to come here for a reality check, which was possibly not a great idea but where else could I go? So here we have it (cut for spoilers and tea-fueled madness):

Who is this? )
[identity profile] smokingthings.livejournal.com
Right-o, here's the rest of it.

Title: Too Close for Comfort
Pairing: Psmith/Mike
Rating: PG-13ish
Disclaimer: Psmith and Mike are not mine, they are Wodehouse's. This is strictly for amusement.
Notes: Written over the summer, during my lunch breaks; it is ridiculously long and irredeemably silly and owing to the former shall be posted in two parts.
Acknowledgments: Thanks very much to derien for the beta :)
Summary: Psmith and Mike are flirting with disaster.

Read more... )
[identity profile] smokingthings.livejournal.com
Title: After the Row at Clapham Common
Author: SmokingThings
Rating: PG16ish for kissing and petting, but nothing explicit.
Disclaimer: Characters belong to P.G. Wodehouse. This is strictly for my own amusement.
Note: I just finished reading Psmith in the City over the weekend and I was so delighted by the image of Psmith springing to Mike's aid that I had to write something. So here it is. And here I am. Hi. Btw, I'm a newbie in every way- new to the community, the fandom, and slash in general- and this is my third-ever attempt at a fic. I urge all this as an excuse and ask that you be merciful :)

After the row at Clapham Common )
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[identity profile] derien.livejournal.com
Title: A Night At The Theatre
Author: Derien
Fandom: P. G. Wodehouse
Rating: PG 13 ? (no sex, just lots of tease, and mention of a woody.  Anyone have an opinion about the rating?  I'm not good at deciding what's appropriate.)
Pairing: Psmith/Mike
Disclaimer: Psmith and Mike belong to the delicious Plum, I just like to dress them up and take them out.
Summary: Psmith is a tease, but if you know him that should come as no surprise.  I was picturing it placed during "Psmith In The City," but could also be one of the rare nights they spend together during "Psmith, Journalist," or anytime while they're at college, I suppose. 
A/N: 936 words in response to the 'frustrating lust' challenge, and done in the under an hour specified - yay!


fake link leads to contrelamontre.
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[identity profile] derien.livejournal.com
I wrote a little fic as a birthday present for [livejournal.com profile] bravecows the other day.  It's self-indulgent and off the cuff, but if you're like me, and I know I am, you like having everything that exists available to read. 

I'm also going to post it to [livejournal.com profile] lower_tadfield (Good Omens fan community) so I'll link back to my journal so that any potential discussion can be in one place.

Title: Another Book, Another Bookshop
Fandom: Wodehouse's Psmith - Mike stories x Good Omens
Notes: Mike/Psmith implied relationship.  Slapdash short, done in an hour.


Mike wandered among the dusty stacks of books, feeling increasingly uncomfortable.
[identity profile] peak-in-darien.livejournal.com

Unfortunately I returned Leave it to Psmith before remembering to do this. But here, instead, are some from Psmith in the City, which I have just read. For the sake of Wodehouse slash:


A few suspect quotes )


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