Daria and her friends (that's right, friends!) are enjoying Tell a Story Day, thanks to Daria's adult library card. Of course, once their parents hear about this it won't be quite as fun. Daria should probably stick to retelling fairy tales, either around a campfire or during baby-sitting jobs. Then again, that could get her in trouble, too. How about some nice poetry? By Allen Ginsberg?
- Flames, by atiyatortilla (part 3): "Despite the previous day’s rough start, Daria allowed herself to be dragged away from the house."
- Sleeping With The Frenemy (The Carbones), by WildDogJJ (parts 1 and 2): "As New York is a blue state most of the shooters on the range are people who handle firearms professionally." (Part 2)
- Tommy's War (The Carbones), by WildDogJJ (COMPLETE!): "Tony is leading the kids on a speed march."
- Young Americans, by Lady Evil (part 4): "'Jamie doesn’t live too far from here.' Alfred said as he drove. 'I’ll pick him up and then Harriet. Lawndale Lanes is some ways off, so we’ll have plenty of time to talk and stuff.'"