Before the fibromyalgia got debilitating five years ago I was way more active -- generally. I can end it that way, I was more active generally, as a writer and a participant. The last five years have largely changed my fannish habits to those of an iceberg -- partially visible, mostly lurking large beneath the surface. So some of these I once participated in, but haven't in awhile -- but I love seeing the results!
narniaexchange, the Narnia Fic Challenge. I'm pretty sure I've been idly yet persistently thinking about Narnia since my parents first read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe to me when I was four.
Psychic Wolves for Lupercalia, a low-key challenge that just opened for its ninth year, modded by the lovely petra. I love this trope so very much.
#ITPE, the annual #InformalTwitterPodficExchange. This challenge is such a treat, every year. ITPE_mod always brings the joy, and hours of podfic joy to one's iPod. (Proverbial or otherwise.)
hall_no, The Leonard Cohen Title Challenge (Any Freaking Song but Hallelujah), which was created by minim_calibre late last year. Love the idea, and the parenthetical cracks me up. I've got something on the back burner for this one.
bitchinparty, also known occasionally as Pacificon but I don't think I've called it anything other than Bitchin' Party in the last decade. Super thrilled to be able to attend this year with perpetual_motion after a long absence; I had tickets and everything in place for the last one, but fibro's a bitch and takes no prisoners. On the bright side, I was able to pass my registration on to pi, and use some frequent flier miles to send Rhea out there in my stead. That felt amazing, to be able to gift that experience.
access_fandom, "improving disability access in fandom". It's a low volume comm, with great posts and strong discussion.
Anything good out there I should know about? Where do you like to spend your time?