Two-Eyed Charlie is a fanfic writer. As a Canadian, he is legally required to present this page to you in French as well.
Two-Eyed Charlie est un anglais malodorant qui essaie de passer pour un écrivain.
Beyond a crippling inability to sepll properly, other neurosis that infect Two-Eyed Charlie every day are an insistence on talking politics (his avatar on the PPMB is Theodor Adorno; you were warned) and a liking of seasons 4 and 5 more than the previous three, something he blames on having seen those episodes first as well as the insidious influence of Michel Foucault (see what I mean about politics?). He also only recently was reminded of the potential usage of a semi-colon--after being thrown into grad school--and has never met a short story that he can't bloat until it becomes unwieldy.
The littered remains of attempted stories lie everywhere, including one where Daria is Hunter S. Thompson and a cross-over with John Carpenter's "The Thing" (which became a Justice League fanfic that he also didn't finish).
But other than that, he's happy to be here. Only time'll tell if others feel the same way.
Took a sabbatical in 2018 and returned to wreak terrible vengeance upon his enemies in 2021.
- "Children's Author Banned From Every Library in America" (won two 2017 Daria Fanworks Awards, Favorite Comedy and Favorite Pre-Canon Or Post-Canon)
- "Old Friends/Bookends
- "Touch of Class", a crossover with Fawlty Towers
- "Down by the Bay"
- "The More Things Change", a novel-length story set in the Catching Up With The Daria Gang setting
- "Saved by the Bell, or the Unexpected Virtue of Sarcasm"
- "The Sirens of Conformity", based on Kurt Vonnegut's short story "Harrison Bergeron"
- "Fear and Trembling"
- "You’ve got the Fizz...You’ve got the POWAH!"
- "Five Minutes"
- "Lions fell Oakwood Taproots; Claim 1st Place in Division"
- "Godzilla: The Cowardly Cat"
- "Fate for Breakfast"
- "Lawndale Splendor"
- "And Then Jane was a P-Zombie" (won two 2022 Daria Fanworks Awards, Favorite Comedy and Favorite Weird Idea)
- Whatever Happened to Jake Morgendorffer?", a crossover with Terry Pratchett's Discworld series.