After I've Met You

 Title: After I've Met You
Author: pinkuro 
Chapter: 1/1
Warnings: oneshot, not beta-ed, post movie
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: I own nothing.
Characters: Unicorn (Lady Amalthea), Prince Lír
Pairings: Unicorn (Lady Amalthea) / Prince Lír
Summary: Prince Lír and The Unicorn will never be the same again, after they've met each other.


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The Last Unicorn Perfumes!

Hello! *waves* I'm Rhiannon and I run The Misery/Love Co. @ Etsy. I do perfumes based on childhood loves! I just *just* opened up for business, but I've been talking about doing this for years.

Currently I have two perfumes for The Last Unicorn: The Butterfly and Mommy Fortuna. There are about eight more scents, but I'm releasing them in small batches to saves mah sanity.

Come see! And friend TMLC while you're at it. ;)

You can friend it on LJ @ miseryloveco for updates.
You can follow it on Twitter @
You can ♥ it on Etsy @

Here they are (so far!):
A very silly, slightly discombobulated blend of kiwi, orange, strawberry, peach, banana, watermelon, and black cherry.

A witchy yet sinister blend of sandalwood, cedar, ginger, lemongrass, lavender, cinnamon, and juniper berries.
Last Unicorn

Home Team: The 2009 Match Nominations

Recently, dragon_fall showed me a few episodes of the television series "Supernatural." It was good, and I really liked the "early X-Files" feel of it. However, I wasn't really able to get into it and it took me a few days to figure out why. Finally, I realized that in the episodes I saw, all the women on this series were either evil, or weak and in need of being saved by a man.

I just can't get into that. For me, a strong, real female character is essential to a good plot, whether it's a movie, a T.V. series, novel, short story, comic, etc. I tend to look up to and admire such female characters and without one, I simply can't connect with the story line.

Yesterday, xenokattz linked to a post by cidercupcakes called the Home Team: The 2009 Match where people nominate their favourite female characters. There are some amazing female characters on the list and there has been so much response, that cidercupcakes had to make a second post. I perused through both Part I and Part II and found lots of female character that I just had to show my support for. Peruse through the list yourself and show your support for your favourite female character!

But even as great as the list already was, there were still a few essential female characters that were mysteriously absent. So of course, I just had to nominate the following:

Ana Lucia Cortez (LOST)
The Unicorn/Lady Amalthea (The Last Unicorn)
Detective Olivia Benson (Law & Order: Special Victim's Unit)
ADA Alexandra Cabot (Law & Order: Special Victim's Unit)
Morgaine of the Fairies (The Mists of Avalon)
Evelyn "Evie" Carnahan-O'Connor (The Mummy Movies)
Scarlett O'Hara (Gone With the Wind)
Joan Girardi (Joan of Arcadia)
Elaine Benes (Seinfeld)

cross-posted to alex_liv_lovers, ana_lucia_fans, for_ana_lucia, isleofmists, last_unicorn_, obfangrrl, the_last & missy42
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For those in TX

For anyone in Texas who does not get the Conlan Press Newsletter: The Last Unicorn is going to be in theaters for one night next month for the first time since 1982!! At an Alamo Drafthouse no less. ^_^ Here are full details about all of Peter's appearances in TX + the movie showing:

"PETER WILL BE DOING EVENTS IN CENTRAL TEXAS FROM APRIL 2ND THROUGH APRIL 12TH — including the first American big-screen showing of THE LAST UNICORN since 1982!

Cover art for WE NEVER TALK ABOUT MY BROTHER Thanks to local help from Beagle-fan and author Rich Knoll (Shahly's Quest), we're putting on a 12-day mini-tour of Central Texas in order to promote Peter and his books. If you are within driving distance of any of the following events, please swing on by!

Thursday, 4/2 — 6-8 PM, Blanco Uptown Art Center Poetry Society (410 Pecan Street, Blanco, TX; 830-833-2514)

Friday, 4/3 — 7 PM, Barnes & Noble Northwood (Northwood Shopping Center, 18030 HWY 281N Suite #140, San Antonio, TX 78232; 210-490-0411)

Saturday, 4/4 — 10:30 AM, showing of The Last Unicorn at the Bulverde/Spring Branch Library (131 Bulverde Crossing, Bulverde, Texas 78163; 830-438-4864)

— 1:00 PM, Q&A plus signing at the Bulverde/Spring Branch Library

— 3:00 PM, reading & signing at the Blanco Public Library (1118 Main, Blanco TX 78606; 830-833-4280)

— 6:00 PM, showing of The Last Unicorn followed by Q&A plus signing at the Uptown Blanco Cafe (5525 Blanco Road, San Antonio, TX 78216

Tuesday, 4/7 — 9:00 AM, reading plus Q&A at Blanco High School (1215 Fourth Street, Blanco, TX 78606; 830-833-4337)

Wednesday, 4/8 — 7:00 PM, FIRST THEATER SHOWING OF THE LAST UNICORN SINCE 1982, plus Q&A and talk afterward, at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Lake Creek (13729 Research Boulevard, Austin, TX 78750; 512-219-8135)

Thursday, 4/9 — 6:00 PM, reading plus Q&A at the Pflugerville Public Library (102 Tenth Street, Pflugerville, TX 78660; 512-251-9185)

Friday, 4/10 — 7:00 PM, Barnes & Noble Arboretum (10000 Research Boulevard #158, Austin, TX 78759; 512-418-8985)

Saturday, 4/12 — 10:00 AM to 7 PM, the Scarborough Renaissance Festival (511 FM 66, Waxahachie, TX 75167, roughly 30 miles south of Dallas/Fort Worth). Peter will spend all day at the bookstore in the Holly Field section of the Festival.

Sunday, 4/12 — 10 AM to 7 PM, ibid. at the Scarborough Renaissance Festival.

PLEASE NOTE: It is very possible that more events will be added. For additional Central Texas Tour details, contact Rich Knoll ( or Connor Cochran ( "