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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collecting or making playing cards regarding characters, writing fanfics, blogging, going to movies, collecting artefacts related to their reading interests, etc.
The hashtag #clarina, different fanfics in Portuguese and English (All of me, Clarina day by day etc.
Tumblr se ha llenado de imagenes y gifs animados de la serie y no son pocos los fanfics y fanarts (relatos e ilustraciones hechos por fans) que hay ya dedicados a El Ministerio del Tiempo.
Duffett considers how fanfics are created and disseminated via the Internet, which reveal the pleasures of performance and "enjoyment through engagement" (178).
3) Such a definition allows us to consider the implications of 'pulling to publish' Twilight fanfics.
Les guildes disposent de fandoms, lieux supplementaires de copresence groupale (auxquels s'ajoutent parfois des rencontres IRL), dans lesquels les gamers publient des fanfics, des fanarts et chantent des louanges a la gloire de leur petite communaute.
las descargas de musica y las Fanfics (historietas modificadas de otros autores); entre muchas mas", consideran las investigadoras de la Facultad de Estudios Superiores-Iztacala, de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Vania Cecilia Tovilla Quesada, Patricia Trujano Ruiz y Jessica Dorantes Segura en su articulo Hikikomoris y screenagers: Nuevas formas de reclusion, inhibicion y aislamiento.
com members can extend the audience for their fanfics by embedding customized promos in personal web pages, blogs, and e-mails.
net--maior site de postagem de fanfics, ficcoes produzidas por fas--abriga textos em mais de 30 idiomas, alguns deles de base nao latina e que sao lidos e comentados por fas que compartilham o interesse comum por uma mesma obra, musica, filme, jogo, etc.
In an article published in Participations in 2011, Monk offers a postscript to her research; the internet era has witnessed far more active engagements with heritage films in the form of fansites, blogs and fanfics, some of them employing images from more recent period hits such as the BBC's Sherlock.
They regard us, sometimes, as bad writers because we don't use our own canons, when, in fact, some people's fanfics are much more enjoyable than novels.