fanfic


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fan·fic

 (făn′fĭk′)
n. Informal
Fan fiction.

fanfic

(ˈfænˌfɪk)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) fiction written around previously established characters invented by other authors
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Fanfic is one of the most intimate ways to show devotion to a particular fandom, but it does have its critics.
Selim does a beautifuljob of questioning what we mean by "authentic" in this context — one with implications for fanfic and other Anglophone writing as well.
In fact, as a fanfic itself from the Twilight series, it has also inspired many other fan-made novels both in English and Spanish, such as The Crossfire Series by Day (2012a, 2012b, 2013) or the Crash series by Williams (2012a, 2012b, 2013) and the novel by Alvarez (2013), among others.
In the torture fanfic that proliferated long before and after 9/11, they sanctioned and committed acts of violence and moral depravity on so-called "enemy combatants" that long have been recognized as war crimes under international law.
To my readers online, I was the author of a successful fanfic book series based on Star Trek: Voyager, with original characters and a decidedly lesbian take on the franchise.
in interviews, [Owen has] said that her earliest writings were Harry Potter fanfic, and The Quick sometimes reads as though it were penned by a bookish Hermione Granger, eager to show off her knowledge of Gothic literature but oddly risk averse.
While fan fiction has the potential to include authorised and unauthorised, published and unpublished derivative works, Schwabach (2011: 8) delineates fanfic as online only, without the consent of the author or rights-holder and produced exclusively for an audience of other fans.
Se detienen, igualmente, en las experiencias de transmedia, destacando la de Francisca Solar, escritora y periodista que logro vender su e-book titulado Fanfic Harry Potter y el ocaso de los Altos Elfos.
O]ne thing all fanfic has in common is the idea of 'canon', the source material accepted as authentic and, within the fandom, known by all readers in the same way that myth and folk-tale were once commonly known" (25-26).
Small wonder then that so many recent synthetic languages have issued from the realms of fantasy and fanfic.
Fanfic, as it's known to those in the know, isn't just a 21st century phenomenon.