fan fiction

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fan fiction

n.
Fiction written by fans as an extension of an admired work or series of works or featuring popular fictional characters, often posted on the internet.
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Like fanfiction writers, camp story writers have a ready-made, ready-limited world to free their imaginations that allows them to build their stories--like Camp Rules' Penny, they may find ".
There are over 38,000 Pokemon fanfiction stories on the fanfiction.
In fanfiction, writers base their stories on the 'canon' world and characters of the original book, movie, or television show.
The biggest thing in the One Direction fandom, aside from the eventual reunion of the band, is the upcoming film adaptation of "After," a fanfiction novel series based on the band and written by (http://www.
Fanfiction about it continue to flourish on the internet, and one of these has been written by an artificial intelligence program.
Barner questions the aesthetic assumptions that have led to the devaluing of fanfiction (a genre criticized as both tasteless and derivative) and other "guilty pleasure" reading (and writing), including romance and fantasy.
Also, many young fanfiction practitioners gather in online communities formed by a shared love for a similar entertainment movie, book or show regardless of demographic details such as gender, age or ability.
Harry Potter Fanfiction and Narrative as a Participatory Process.
By writing fanfiction about a popular fantasy series called Simon Snow, 18-year-old Cath does her best to avoid dealing with being separated from her twin, the attention of a cute boy and the anti-fanfic opinions of her English professor.
Interestingly, his exposition on this idea in a parliamentary debate in 2008 referred to Voldemort as "the Prince of Darkness," which is not one of Voldemort's names in the books but is the title of an erotic fanfiction in which Harry's mum has an affair with the Dark Lord.
One students wrote fanfiction 'I Predict a Romance' and posted on the Movellas website--this generated a lot of interest in creative writing generally.