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Vol 13 (2013) /Co/operation and /co/mmunity in /co/mics: 4chan's Hypercrisis Abstract   HTML
Tim Bavlnka
Vol 16 (2014) Anime's media mix: Franchising toys and characters in Japan, by Marc Steinberg Abstract   HTML
Brandeise Monk-Payton
Vol 15 (2014) Chuck versus the ratings: Savvy fans and "save our show" campaigns Abstract   HTML
Christina Savage
Vol 15 (2014) Cognitive capitalism, education, and digital labor, edited by Michael A. Peters and Ergin Bulut Abstract   HTML
Simone D. Becque
Vol 16 (2014) Cult collectors: Nostalgia, fandom and collecting popular culture, by Lincoln Geraghty Abstract   HTML
Michael S. Duffy
Vol 15 (2014) Digital labor: The Internet as playground and factory, edited by Trebor Scholz Abstract   HTML
Stephanie Anne Brown
Vol 21 (2016) Fan CULTure: Essays on participatory fandom in the 21st century, edited by Kristin M. Barton and Jonathan Malcolm Lampley Abstract   HTML
Bertha Chin
Vol 23 (2017) Fan phenomena: Sherlock Holmes, edited by Tom Ue and Jonathan Cranfield Abstract   HTML
Ellen Burton Harrington
Vol 20 (2015) Fan studies: Researching popular audiences, edited by Alice Chauvel, Nicolle Lamerichs, and Jessica Seymour Abstract   HTML
Katie Wilson
Vol 21 (2016) Fandom at the crossroads and Fangasm!, by Lynn Zubernis and Kathy Larsen Abstract   HTML
Judith May Fathallah
Vol 18 (2015) Fandom unbound: Otaku culture in a connected world, edited by Mizuko Ito, Daisuke Okabe, and Izumi Tsuji Abstract   HTML
Nele Noppe
Vol 17 (2014) Fanged fan fiction: Variations on Twilight, True Blood, and The Vampire Diaries, by Maria Lindgren Leavenworth and Malin Isaksson Abstract   HTML
Anne Gilbert
Vol 15 (2014) Gaga feminism: Sex, gender, and the end of normal, by J. Jack Halberstam Abstract   HTML
Anne Kustritz
Vol 17 (2014) Manga's cultural crossroads, edited by Jaqueline Berndt and Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer Abstract   HTML
Nicolle Lamerichs
Vol 22 (2016) Millennial fandom: Television audiences in the transmedia age, by Louisa Ellen Stein Abstract   HTML
Helena Louise Dare-Edwards
Vol 19 (2015) Online games, social narratives, by Esther MacCallum-Stewart Abstract   HTML
Nicolle Lamerichs
Vol 22 (2016) Playing fans: Negotiating fandom and media in the digital age, by Paul Booth Abstract   HTML
Gregory Steirer
Vol 22 (2016) Playing Harry Potter: Essays and interviews on fandom and performance, edited by Lisa S. Brenner Abstract   HTML
Abigail De Kosnik
Vol 17 (2014) Popular music fandom: Identities, roles, and practices, edited by Mark Duffett Abstract   HTML
Lucy Bennett
Vol 16 (2014) Send in the clones: A cultural study of the tribute band, by Georgina Gregory Abstract   HTML
Sun-ha Hong
Vol 23 (2017) Sherlock (Holmes) in Japanese (fan) works Abstract   HTML
Lori Morimoto
Vol 22 (2016) The cultural politics of colorblind TV casting, by Kristen Warner Abstract   HTML
Bambi Haggins
Vol 23 (2017) The great detective, by Zach Dundas; Gender and the modern Sherlock Holmes, edited by Nadine Farghaly; and Sherlock Holmes, edited by Alex Werner Abstract   HTML
Julia Knaus
Vol 23 (2017) Tit-Bits, New Journalism, and early Sherlock Holmes fandom Abstract   HTML
Ann McClellan
Vol 20 (2015) Transmedia storytelling and the new era of media convergence in higher education, by Stavroula Kalogeras Abstract   HTML
Katherine E. Morrissey
Vol 23 (2017) Twentieth-century Victorian: Arthur Conan Doyle and the "Strand Magazine," 1891–1930, by Jonathan Cranfield Abstract   HTML
Anne-Charlotte Mecklenburg
Vol 20 (2015) Understanding fandom: An introduction to the study of media fan culture, by Mark Duffett Abstract   HTML
Suzanne Scott
Vol 15 (2014) Veronica Mars Kickstarter and crowd funding Abstract   HTML
Bertha Chin, Bethan Jones, Myles McNutt, Luke Pebler
Vol 18 (2015) Work/text: Investigating "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.," by Cynthia W. Walker Abstract   HTML
Francesca Coppa
Vol 4 (2010) A box of mirrors, a unicorn, and a pony Abstract   HTML
Jules Wilkinson
Vol 19 (2015) A brief history of fan fiction in Germany Abstract   HTML
Vera Cuntz-Leng, Jacqueline Meintzinger
Vol 23 (2017) A case study of early British Sherlockian fandom Abstract   HTML
Katharine Brombley
Vol 6 (2011) "A comics studies reader," edited by Jeet Heer and Kent Worcester Abstract   HTML
Geoffrey Long
Vol 19 (2015) A connected country: Sweden—Fertile ground for digital fandoms Abstract   HTML
Christina Olin-Scheller, Pia Sundqvist
Vol 6 (2011) A conversation with Paula Smith Abstract   HTML
Cynthia W. Walker
Vol 23 (2017) A duet: With an occasional chorus Abstract   HTML
Evelyn Ann Herzog, Peter Blau
Vol 11 (2012) A history of RPGs: Made by fans; played by fans Abstract   HTML
Paul Mason
Vol 9 (2012) A history of subversive remix video before YouTube: Thirty political video mashups made between World War II and 2005 Abstract   HTML
Jonathan McIntosh
Vol 14 (2013) A Japanese media pilgrimage to a Tasmanian bakery Abstract   HTML
Craig Norris
Vol 3 (2009) "A Jedi like my father before me": Social identity and the New York Comic Con Abstract   HTML
Jen Gunnels
Vol 16 (2014) A pragmatics of things: Materiality and constraint in fan practices Abstract   HTML
Benjamin Woo
Vol 9 (2012) Abridged series and fandom remix culture Abstract   HTML
Zephra Doerr
Vol 21 (2016) Abusing text in the Roman and contemporary worlds Abstract   HTML
Francesca Middleton
Vol 8 (2011) "Adolescents and online fan fiction," by Rebecca Black Abstract   HTML
Laurie B. Cubbison
Vol 20 (2015) Affective fan experiences of Lady Gaga Abstract   HTML
Lise Dilling-Hansen
Vol 20 (2015) African American acafandom and other strangers: New genealogies of fan studies Abstract   HTML
Rebecca Wanzo
Vol 21 (2016) Amateur mythographies Abstract   HTML
Ika Willis
Vol 6 (2011) An archive of one's own: Subcultural creativity and the politics of conservation Abstract   HTML
Alexis Lothian
Vol 2 (2009) An examination of living through enjoyment: Live-action role-play Abstract   HTML
Amanda Odom
Vol 1 (2008) And now, a word from the amateurs Abstract   HTML
Dana L. Bode
Vol 4 (2010) Annihilating love and heterosexuality without women: Romance, generic difference, and queer politics in "Supernatural" fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Monica Flegel, Jenny Roth
Vol 19 (2015) Antifan activism as a response to MTV's The Valleys Abstract   HTML
Bethan Jones
Vol 21 (2016) Are fan fiction and mythology really the same? Abstract   HTML
Tony Keen
Vol 18 (2015) Audience reaction movie trailers and the Paranormal Activity franchise Abstract   HTML
Alexander Swanson
Vol 11 (2012) Authors and authorship Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 23 (2017) Authorship and authenticity in Sherlock Holmes pastiches Abstract   HTML
Sanna Nyqvist
Vol 5 (2010) Autobiographical reasoning in long-term fandom Abstract   HTML
C. Lee Harrington, Denise D. Bielby
Vol 5 (2010) Becky is my hero: The power of laughter and disruption in "Supernatural" Abstract   HTML
Judith May Fathallah
Vol 10 (2012) Being of service: "X-Files" fans and social engagement Abstract   HTML
Bethan Jones
Vol 15 (2014) Better Badges: Image as virus Abstract   HTML
Joly MacFie
Vol 2 (2009) "Beyond Barbie and Mortal Kombat: New perspectives on gender and gaming," edited by Yasmin B. Kafai et al. Abstract   HTML
Gina Serafin-Persson
Vol 16 (2014) Beyond souvenirs: Making fannish items by hand Abstract   HTML
Dana Sterling Bode
Vol 11 (2012) Blogging and blooks: Communal authorship in a contemporary context Abstract   HTML
Staci Stutsman
Vol 18 (2015) Bound princes and monogamy warnings: Harry Potter, slash, and queer performance in LiveJournal communities Abstract   HTML
Darlene Rose Hampton
Vol 6 (2011) Bowlers, ballads, bells, and blasters: Living history and fandom Abstract   HTML
Mark Soderstrom
Vol 6 (2011) "Boys' love manga: Essays on the sexual ambiguity and cross-cultural fandom of the genre," edited by Antonia Levi, Mark McHarry, and Dru Pagliassotti Abstract   HTML
Nele Noppe
Vol 17 (2014) Bull in a china shop: Alternate reality games and transgressive fan play in social media franchises Abstract   HTML
Burcu S. Bakioglu
Vol 11 (2012) "But this is my story and this is how I wanted to write it": Author’s notes as a fannish claim to power in fan fiction writing Abstract   HTML
Alexandra Elisabeth Herzog
Vol 3 (2009) "Camgirls: Celebrity and community in the age of social networks," by Theresa M. Senft Abstract   HTML
Adriano Barone
Vol 14 (2013) Capital, dialogue, and community engagement—My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic understood as an alternate reality game Abstract   HTML
Kevin Veale
Vol 13 (2013) Captain America and fans' political activity Abstract   HTML
Forrest Phillips
Vol 19 (2015) Case study of French and Spanish fan reception of Game of Thrones Abstract   HTML
Mélanie Bourdaa, Javier Lozano Delmar
Vol 21 (2016) Classical monsters in new Doctor Who fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Amanda Potter
Vol 13 (2013) "Comic books and American cultural history: An anthology," edited by Matthew Pustz Abstract   HTML
Daniel Stein
Vol 5 (2010) "Coming of age in 'Second Life': An anthropologist explores the virtually human," by Tom Boellstorff Abstract   HTML
Adi Kuntsman
Vol 4 (2010) "Contemporary Gothic," by Catherine Spooner Abstract   HTML
Martin Fradley
Vol 16 (2014) Cosplaying the media mix: Examining Japan's media environment, its static forms, and its influence on cosplay Abstract   HTML
Matthew Ogonoski
Vol 22 (2016) Creative choices and fan practices in the transformation of theme park space Abstract   HTML
Carissa Ann Baker
Vol 7 (2011) Critics, Fans, Scholars and Survival Horror: A Genre Case Study Abstract
Wendi A Sierra
Vol 10 (2012) "Cultural acupuncture": Fan activism and the Harry Potter Alliance Abstract   HTML
Henry Jenkins
Vol 19 (2015) Cultural differences: Polish fandom of Welcome to Night Vale Abstract   HTML
Agata Włodarczyk, Marta Tyminska
Vol 7 (2011) Culturally mapping universes: Fan production as ethnographic fragments Abstract   HTML
Jen Gunnels, Carrie J. Cole
Vol 22 (2016) Cuteness, friendship, and identity in the brony community Abstract   HTML
Theo A. Peck-Suzuki
Vol 1 (2008) "Cyberspaces of their own," by Rhiannon Bury Abstract   HTML
Katarina Maria Hjärpe
Vol 20 (2015) Dead links, vaporcuts, and creativity in fan edit replication Abstract   HTML
Joshua Wille
Vol 7 (2011) Delegitimizing strategic power: Normative identity and governance in online R.E.M. fandom Abstract   HTML
Lucy Bennett
Vol 9 (2012) Desiree D'Alessandro and Diran Lyons bear arms: Weapons of mass transformation Abstract   HTML
Desiree D'Alessandro, Diran Lyons
Vol 2 (2009) Diane E. Levin: Child's play as transformative work Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 11 (2012) "Digital fandom," by Paul Booth Abstract   HTML
Francesca Coppa
Vol 18 (2015) Doctor Who–themed weddings and the performance of fandom Abstract   HTML
Jessica Elizabeth Johnston
Vol 9 (2012) Documenting the vidders: A conversation with Bradcpu Details
Elizabeth Moulton
Vol 9 (2012) Documenting the vidders: A conversation with Bradcpu Abstract   HTML
. Counteragent
Vol 8 (2011) Doing fandom, (mis)doing whiteness: Heteronormativity, racialization, and the discursive construction of fandom Abstract   HTML
Mel Stanfill
Vol 12 (2013) Doing Occidentalism in contemporary Japan: Nation anthropomorphism and sexualized parody in "Axis Powers Hetalia" Abstract   HTML
Toshio Miyake
Vol 2 (2009) "Dungeons & Dragons": The gamers are revolting! Abstract   HTML
Rebecca Bryant
Vol 23 (2017) Early Sherlockian scholarship: Non/fiction at play Abstract   HTML
Kate M. Donley
Vol 13 (2013) Earth 616, Earth 1610, Earth 3490—Wait, what universe is this again? The creation and evolution of the Avengers and Captain America/Iron Man fandom Abstract   HTML
Catherine Coker
Vol 7 (2011) Editorial policies, "public domain," and acafandom Abstract   HTML
Francesca Musiani
Vol 8 (2011) Editorial: Race and ethnicity in fandom Abstract   HTML
Sarah N. Gatson, Robin Anne Reid
Vol 8 (2011) Editorial: Textual echoes Abstract   HTML
~ Cyber Echoes
Vol 1 (2008) "Emotions-Only" versus "Special People": Genre in fan discourse Abstract   HTML
Louisa Ellen Stein
Vol 2 (2009) Endless loop: A brief history of chiptunes Abstract   HTML
Kevin Driscoll, Joshua Diaz
Vol 10 (2012) Even a monkey can understand fan activism: Political speech, artistic expression, and a public for the Japanese dôjin community Abstract   HTML
Alex Leavitt, Andrea Horbinski
Vol 6 (2011) Excerpt from "IRL (In Real Life): The Bronze Documentary Project" Abstract   HTML
Stephanie Tuszynski
Vol 16 (2014) Exhibiting fandom: A museological perspective Abstract   HTML
Dorus Hoebink, Stijn Reijnders, Abby Waysdorf
Vol 10 (2012) Experiencing fan activism: Understanding the power of fan activist organizations through members' narratives Abstract   HTML
Neta Kligler-Vilenchik, Joshua McVeigh-Schultz, Christine Weitbrecht, Chris Tokuhama
Vol 18 (2015) Exploring fandom and the performance paradigm: An interview with Kurt Lancaster, author of Interacting with "Babylon 5" Abstract   HTML
Paul J. Booth, Lucy Bennett
Vol 17 (2014) Exploring fandom, social media, and producer/fan interactions: An interview with Sleepy Hollow's Orlando Jones Abstract   HTML
Lucy Bennett, Bertha Chin
Vol 18 (2015) Exploring nonhuman perspectives in live-action role-play Abstract   HTML
Rafael Bienia
Vol 5 (2010) Exploring the body Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 3 (2009) Extending transformation Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 9 (2012) Fake and fan film trailers as incarnations of audience anticipation and desire Abstract   HTML
Kathleen Amy Williams
Vol 10 (2012) Fan action and political participation on "The Colbert Report" Abstract   HTML
Marcus Schulzke
Vol 10 (2012) Fan activism, cybervigilantism, and Othering mechanisms in K-pop fandom Abstract   HTML
Sun Jung
Vol 10 (2012) Fan activism for social mobilization: A critical review of the literature Abstract   HTML
Lucy Bennett
Vol 17 (2014) Fan edits and the legacy of The Phantom Edit Abstract   HTML
Joshua Wille
Vol 22 (2016) Fan engagement Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 10 (2012) "Fan fiction and copyright: Outside works and intellectual property protection," by Aaron Schwabach Abstract   HTML
Stacey Marie Lantagne
Vol 17 (2014) Fan fiction and midrash: Making meaning Abstract   HTML
Rachel Barenblat
Vol 11 (2012) Fan fiction and the author in the early 17th century: The case of Sidney's "Arcadia" Abstract   HTML
Natasha Simonova
Vol 21 (2016) Fan fiction, early Greece, and the historicity of canon Abstract   HTML
Ahuvia Kahane
Vol 17 (2014) Fan fiction metadata creation and utilization within fan fiction archives: Three primary models Abstract   HTML
Shannon Fay Johnson
Vol 5 (2010) Fan filmmaking and copyright in a global world: "Warhammer 40,000" fan films and the case of "Damnatus" Abstract   HTML
John Walliss
Vol 1 (2008) Fan labor audio feature introduction Abstract   HTML
Bob Rehak
Vol 15 (2014) Fan work: Labor, worth, and participation in fandom's gift economy Abstract   HTML
Tisha Turk
Vol 14 (2013) Fan/dom: People, practices, and networks Abstract   HTML
Katherine E. Morrissey
Vol 9 (2012) Fan/remix video (a remix) Abstract   HTML
Julie Levin Russo, Francesca Coppa
Vol 13 (2013) Fandom and male privilege: Seven years later Abstract   HTML
Rebecca Lucy Busker
Vol 17 (2014) Fandom and the fourth wall Abstract   HTML
Jenna Kathryn Ballinger
Vol 15 (2014) Fandom and/as labor Abstract   HTML
Mel Stanfill, Megan Condis
Vol 8 (2011) Fandom as industrial response: Producing identity in an independent Web series Abstract   HTML
Aymar Jean Christian
Vol 10 (2012) Fandom meets activism: Rethinking civic and political participation Abstract   HTML
Melissa M. Brough, Sangita Shresthova
Vol 14 (2013) Fandom, public, commons Abstract   HTML
Mel Stanfill
Vol 23 (2017) Fandom, publishing, and playing the Grand Game Abstract   HTML
Andrew L. Solberg, Robert S. Katz
Vol 5 (2010) Fandom squared: Web 2.0 and fannish production Abstract   HTML
Jeff Watson
Vol 19 (2015) Fandom: The classroom of the future Abstract   HTML
Paul J. Booth
Vol 13 (2013) Fangirls in refrigerators: The politics of (in)visibility in comic book culture Abstract   HTML
Suzanne Scott
Vol 14 (2013) Fannish discourse communities and the construction of gender in "The X-Files" Abstract   HTML
Emily Regan Wills
Vol 17 (2014) Fannish form and content Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 22 (2016) Fannish masculinities in transition in anime music video fandom Abstract   HTML
Samantha Close
Vol 7 (2011) Fannish preferences Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 18 (2015) Fannish tattooing and sacred identity Abstract   HTML
Bethan Jones
Vol 20 (2015) Fans of Columbine shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold Abstract   HTML
Andrew Ryan Rico
Vol 1 (2008) "Fans: The mirror of consumption," by Cornel Sandvoss Abstract   HTML
Eve Marie Taggart
Vol 15 (2014) Fifty shades of exploitation: Fan labor and Fifty Shades of Grey Abstract   HTML
Bethan Jones
Vol 5 (2010) Fighting the fan sub war: Conflicts between media rights holders and unauthorized creator/distributor networks Abstract   HTML
Mikhail Koulikov
Vol 19 (2015) Finding Poland: Negotiating the local and the global and the semiperipheral identity of Polish SF&F fandom Abstract   HTML
Joanna Kucharska, Piotr Sterczewski, Bartłomiej Schweiger, Joanna Płaszewska, Justyna Janik
Vol 18 (2015) Finding truth in playing pretend: A reflection on cosplay Abstract   HTML
Shelby Fawn Mongan
Vol 16 (2014) Fitting Glee in your mailbox Abstract   HTML
. wordplay
Vol 10 (2012) Flash activism: How a Bollywood film catalyzed civic justice toward a murder trial Abstract   HTML
Ritesh Mehta
Vol 9 (2012) Fred rant Abstract   HTML
Alexandra Juhasz
Vol 4 (2010) From canon to fanon and back again: The epic journey of "Supernatural" and its fans Abstract   HTML
Melissa Gray
Vol 16 (2014) From Dalek half balls to Daft Punk helmets: Mimetic fandom and the crafting of replicas Abstract   HTML
Matt Hills
Vol 23 (2017) From outside to inside Abstract   HTML
Julia Carlson Rosenblatt
Vol 5 (2010) From the edges to the center: Disability, "Battlestar Galactica," and fan fiction Abstract   HTML
- sasha_feather
Vol 2 (2009) Game over: Asian Americans and video game representation Abstract   HTML
Thien-bao Thuc Phi
Vol 2 (2009) Games as transformative works Abstract   HTML
Rebecca Carlson
Vol 9 (2012) Genesis of the digital anime music video scene, 1990–2001 Abstract   HTML
Ian Roberts
Vol 14 (2013) "Genre, reception, and adaptation in the 'Twilight' series," edited by Anne Morey Abstract   HTML
Amanda Georgeanne Retartha
Vol 23 (2017) GTOs (girls together outrageously) Abstract   HTML
Patricia Guy
Vol 7 (2011) H/c and me: An autoethnographic account of a troubled love affair Abstract   HTML
Judith May Fathallah
Vol 4 (2010) "Haunting experiences: Ghosts in contemporary folklore," by Diane E. Goldstein et al. Abstract   HTML
Linda Levitt
Vol 4 (2010) "Hey, check it out, there's actually fans": (Dis)empowerment and (mis)representation of cult fandom in "Supernatural" Abstract   HTML
Laura E. Felschow
Vol 22 (2016) Historicizing video game series through fan art discourses Abstract   HTML
Jan Švelch, Tereza Krobová
Vol 6 (2011) History and fandom Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 22 (2016) Hoarding and community in Star Wars Card Trader Abstract   HTML
Jeremy Groskopf
Vol 22 (2016) Homophobia, heteronormativity, and slash fan fiction Abstract   HTML
April S. Callis
Vol 20 (2015) Horror fans are weird (?) Details
Madelon Eline Hoedt
Vol 11 (2012) How a "Professionals" slash writer disrupts readers' expectations Abstract   HTML
Sharon Wheeler
Vol 17 (2014) How to do things with fan subs: Media engagement as subcultural capital in anime fan subbing Abstract   HTML
Douglas Schules
Vol 6 (2011) "I'm Buffy, and you're history": Putting fan studies into history Abstract   HTML
Nancy Reagin, Anne Rubenstein
Vol 4 (2010) "I'm glad we got burned, think of all the things we learned": Fandom conflict and context in Counteragent's "Still Alive" Abstract   HTML
Katharina Freund
Vol 3 (2009) Identity and authenticity in the filk community Abstract   HTML
Melissa L. Tatum
Vol 10 (2012) Imagining No-place Abstract   HTML
Stephen Duncombe
Vol 23 (2017) "In all my experience I cannot recall any more singular and interesting study" Abstract   HTML
Roberta Pearson, Betsy Rosenblatt
Vol 4 (2010) "In the hunt: Unauthorized essays on 'Supernatural,'" edited by Abstract   HTML
Alysa Hornick
Vol 4 (2010) Infernal redemption Abstract   HTML
Babak Zarin
Vol 5 (2010) Inside Scanlation Abstract   HTML
Alex Leavitt
Vol 3 (2009) Interview with Chris Bouchard Abstract   HTML
Emma Dollard
Vol 13 (2013) Interview with comics artist Lee Weeks Abstract   HTML
Matthew J. Costello
Vol 2 (2009) Interview with Doris C. Rusch Abstract   HTML
Clara Fernández-Vara
Vol 5 (2010) Interview with Elisa Kreisinger Abstract   HTML
Francesca Coppa
Vol 9 (2012) Interview with Eric Faden and Nina Paley Abstract   HTML
Brett Boessen
Vol 18 (2015) Interview with Hello Earth Productions Abstract   HTML
Cameron Salisbury
Vol 1 (2008) Interview with Henry Jenkins Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 5 (2010) Interview with Jo Graham, Melissa Scott, and Martha Wells Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 16 (2014) Interview with Kandy Fong Abstract   HTML
Francesca Coppa
Vol 4 (2010) Interview with Keith R. A. DeCandido Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 16 (2014) Interview with Mark Racop Abstract   HTML
Matt Yockey
Vol 3 (2009) Interview with Mark Smith and Denise Paolucci Abstract   HTML
zvi LikesTV
Vol 2 (2009) Interview with Paul Marino Abstract   HTML
Geoffrey Long
Vol 6 (2011) Interview with Robert DeSimone Abstract   HTML
Jen Gunnels
Vol 6 (2011) Interview with Rusty Hevelin Abstract   HTML
Sarah Elizabeth Bewley
Vol 6 (2011) Interview with Sandy and Rache ("The Clucking Belles") Abstract   HTML
Francesca Coppa
Vol 1 (2008) Interview with the Audre Lorde of the Rings Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 4 (2010) Interview with the Super-wiki admin team Abstract   HTML
Deborah Kaplan
Vol 2 (2009) Interview with Tony O’Driscoll Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 3 (2009) Interview with Verb Noire Abstract   HTML
K. Tempest Bradford
Vol 4 (2010) Interview with Wincon organizer Ethrosdemon Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 1 (2008) Interview with Wu Ming Abstract   HTML
Veruska Sabucco
Vol 2 (2009) Intrinsic motivation: "flOw," video games, and participatory culture Abstract   HTML
Braxton Soderman
Vol 3 (2009) "Introduction to Japanese horror film," by Colette Balmain Abstract   HTML
Alessia Alfieroni
Vol 17 (2014) Iron Man in Chinese boys' love fandom: A story untold Abstract   HTML
John Wei
Vol 16 (2014) It's not all about the music: Online fan communities and collecting Hard Rock Café pins Abstract   HTML
Lincoln Geraghty
Vol 6 (2011) John Lennon, autograph hound: The fan-musician community in Hamburg's early rock-and-roll scene, 1960–65 Abstract   HTML
Julia Sneeringer
Vol 4 (2010) "Kinda like the folklore of its day": "Supernatural," fairy tales, and ostension Abstract   HTML
Catherine Tosenberger
Vol 8 (2011) K-pop, Indonesian fandom, and social media Abstract   HTML
Sun Jung
Vol 11 (2012) "Legitimating television," by Michael Z. Newman and Elana Levine Abstract   HTML
Melanie E. S. Kohnen
Vol 4 (2010) "Let's get those Winchesters pregnant": Male pregnancy in "Supernatural" fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Berit Åström
Vol 7 (2011) Lifting the curse: Pearl Jam’s "Alive" and "Bushleaguer" and the marketplace of meanings Abstract   HTML
Kristine Weglarz
Vol 11 (2012) Lip dubbing on YouTube: Participatory culture and cultural globalization Abstract   HTML
Mark C. Lashley
Vol 22 (2016) Local newspaper movie contests and the creation of the first movie fans Abstract   HTML
Jessica Leonora Whitehead
Vol 4 (2010) Love! Valor! "Supernatural"! Abstract   HTML
Catherine Tosenberger
Vol 2 (2009) Maps of many worlds: Remembering computer game fandom in the 1980s Abstract   HTML
Will Brooker
Vol 5 (2010) "Masculinity and popular television," by Rebecca Feasey Abstract   HTML
Lindsay Bernhagen
Vol 22 (2016) Mashing up, remixing, and contesting the popular memory of Hillary Clinton Abstract   HTML
Amber Davisson
Vol 9 (2012) Mashup as temporal amalgam: Time, taste, and textuality Abstract   HTML
Paul J. Booth
Vol 8 (2011) Masochist or machiavel? Reading Harley Quinn in canon and fanon Abstract   HTML
Kate Ellen Roddy
Vol 16 (2014) Materiality and object-oriented fandom Abstract   HTML
Bob Rehak
Vol 5 (2010) "May the journey continue": "Earth 2" fan fiction, or Filling in gaps to revive a canceled series Abstract   HTML
Francesca Musiani
Vol 12 (2013) "Mechademia Vol. 6: User Enhanced," edited by Frenchy Lunning Abstract   HTML
Samantha Anne Close
Vol 14 (2013) Metaphors we read by: People, process, and fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Juli J. Parrish
Vol 20 (2015) Mimetic fandom and one-sixth-scale action figures Abstract   HTML
Victoria Godwin
Vol 15 (2014) Modding a free and open source software video game: "Play testing is hard work" Abstract   HTML
Giacomo Poderi, David James Hakken
Vol 4 (2010) Monstrous melodrama: Expanding the scope of melodramatic identification to interpret negative fan responses to "Supernatural" Abstract   HTML
Lisa Schmidt
Vol 18 (2015) My football fandoms, performance, and place Abstract   HTML
Abby Waysdorf
Vol 10 (2012) Nerdfighters, "Paper Towns," and heterotopia Abstract   HTML
Lili Wilkinson
Vol 1 (2008) Nothing but Net: When cultures collide Abstract   HTML
Cathy Cupitt
Vol 13 (2013) "Of comics and men: A cultural history of American comic books," by Jean-Paul Gabilliet Abstract   HTML
Drew Morton
Vol 10 (2012) Of snowspeeders and Imperial Walkers: Fannish play at the Wisconsin protests Abstract   HTML
Jonathan Gray
Vol 3 (2009) On productivity and game fandom Abstract   HTML
Hanna Wirman
Vol 1 (2008) On symposia: LiveJournal and the shape of fannish discourse Abstract   HTML
Rebecca Lucy Busker
Vol 10 (2012) On the ordinariness of participatory culture Abstract   HTML
Aswin Punathambekar
Vol 12 (2013) On the response (or lack thereof) of Japanese fans to criticism that "yaoi" is antigay discrimination Abstract   HTML
Akiko Hori
Vol 8 (2011) One true threesome: Reconciling canon and fan desire in "Star Trek: Voyager" Abstract   HTML
Bridget Kies
Vol 19 (2015) Online Italian fandoms of American TV shows Abstract   HTML
Eleonora Benecchi
Vol 21 (2016) Oresteia as transformative work Abstract   HTML
Tisha Turk
Vol 8 (2011) Outside oneself in "World of Warcraft": Gamers' perception of the racial self-other Abstract   HTML
Thomas D. Rowland, Amanda C. Barton
Vol 1 (2008) Ownership, authority, and the body: Does antifanfic sentiment reflect posthuman anxiety? Abstract   HTML
Madeline Ashby
Vol 1 (2008) Painful pleasures: Sacrifice, consent, and the resignification of BDSM symbolism in "The Story of O" and "The Story of Obi" Abstract   HTML
Anne Kustritz
Vol 1 (2008) Participatory democracy and Hillary Clinton’s marginalized fandom Abstract   HTML
Abigail De Kosnik
Vol 10 (2012) "Past the brink of tacit support": Fan activism and the Whedonverses Abstract   HTML
Tanya R. Cochran
Vol 3 (2009) Pattern recognition: A dialogue on racism in fan communities Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 20 (2015) Patti Smith: Aging, fandom, and libido Abstract   HTML
Maud Lavin
Vol 18 (2015) Performance and performativity in fandom Abstract   HTML
Lucy Bennett, Paul J. Booth
Vol 17 (2014) Performances of innocence and deviance in Disney cosplaying Abstract   HTML
Maria Patrice Amon
Vol 22 (2016) Performing as video game players in Let's Plays Abstract   HTML
Josef Nguyen
Vol 11 (2012) Performing self, performing character: Exploring gender performativity in online role-playing games Abstract   HTML
Heather Osborne
Vol 16 (2014) Peril-sensitive sunglasses, superheroes in miniature, and pink polka-dot boxers: Artifact and collectible video game feelies, play, and the paratextual gaming experience Abstract   HTML
Ian M. Peters
Vol 7 (2011) "Personal connections in the digital age," by Nancy K. Baym Abstract   HTML
Elizabeth Ellcessor
Vol 2 (2009) Playing Sue Abstract   HTML
Julia Beck, Frauke Herrling
Vol 3 (2009) Playing [with] multiple roles: Readers, authors, and characters in "Who Is Blaise Zabini?" Abstract   HTML
Anne Collins Smith
Vol 13 (2013) Pornographic space-time and the potential of fantasy in comics and fan art Abstract   HTML
Lyndsay Brown
Vol 17 (2014) Preserving digital remix video Abstract   HTML
Rebecca Fraimow
Vol 4 (2010) "Pretend we're dead," by Annalee Newitz Abstract   HTML
Christopher M. Moreman
Vol 3 (2009) "Pride and prejudice and zombies: The classic Regency romance—Now with ultraviolent zombie mayhem!," by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith Abstract   HTML
Craig B. Jacobsen
Vol 13 (2013) Professionalism: Hyperrealism and play Abstract   HTML
Amanda Odom
Vol 15 (2014) Promoting fan labor and "all things Web": A case study of Tosh.0 Abstract   HTML
Rose Helens-Hart
Vol 11 (2012) "Queer as Folk" and the trouble with slash Abstract   HTML
Kyra Hunting
Vol 11 (2012) Queer bandom: A research journey in eight parts Abstract   HTML
D. Wilson
Vol 9 (2012) Queer video remix and LGBTQ online communities Abstract   HTML
Elisa Kreisinger
Vol 20 (2015) Queering the media mix: The female gaze in Japanese fan comics Abstract   HTML
Kathryn Hemmann
Vol 22 (2016) Racebending fandoms and digital futurism Abstract   HTML
Elizabeth Gilliland
Vol 20 (2015) Real body, fake person: Recontextualizing celebrity bodies in fandom and film Abstract   HTML
Melanie Piper
Vol 14 (2013) "Reclaiming fair use," by Patricia Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi Abstract   HTML
Josh Johnson
Vol 17 (2014) Redefining genderswap fan fiction: A Sherlock case study Abstract   HTML
Ann McClellan
Vol 20 (2015) (Re)examining the attitudes of comic book store patrons Abstract   HTML
J. Richard Stevens, Christopher E. Bell
Vol 12 (2013) Reflection on Chinese boys' love fans: An insider's view Abstract   HTML
Erika Junhui Yi
Vol 9 (2012) Remix video and the crisis of the humanities Abstract   HTML
Kim Middleton
Vol 4 (2010) Renegotiating religious imaginations through transformations of "banal religion" in "Supernatural" Abstract   HTML
Line Nybro Petersen
Vol 3 (2009) Repackaging fan culture: The regifting economy of ancillary content models Abstract   HTML
Suzanne Scott
Vol 19 (2015) Representation of American versus non-American fans in Baillie Walsh's Springsteen & I Abstract   HTML
Maryn Claire Wilkinson
Vol 13 (2013) Revisioning the smiling villain: Imagetexts and intertextual expression in representations of the filmic Loki on Tumblr Abstract   HTML
Kayley Thomas
Vol 12 (2013) Rotten use patterns: What entertainment theories can do for the study of boys' love Abstract   HTML
Björn-Ole Kamm
Vol 4 (2010) "Scare tactics: Supernatural fiction by American women," by Andrew Jeffrey Weinstock Abstract   HTML
Germán Gil-Curiel
Vol 2 (2009) "Second person: Role-playing and story in games and playable media," edited by Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin Abstract   HTML
John Finlay Kerr
Vol 18 (2015) Self-representation in literary fandom: Women's leisure reader selfies as postfeminist performance Abstract   HTML
Dawn S. Opel
Vol 3 (2009) Sex detectives: "Law & Order: SVU"'s fans, critics, and characters investigate lesbian desire Abstract   HTML
Julie Levin Russo
Vol 15 (2014) Sherlockology and Fan sites as gifts or exploited labor? Abstract   HTML
Bertha Chin
Vol 21 (2016) Shipping in Plato's Symposium Abstract   HTML
Juliette Grace Harrisson
Vol 6 (2011) Silence in the library: Archives and the preservation of fannish history Abstract   HTML
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Vol 18 (2015) Simblr famous and SimSecret infamous: Performance, community norms, and shaming among fans of The Sims Abstract   HTML
Ruth A. Deller
Vol 12 (2013) Simulation and database society in Japanese role-playing game fandoms: Reading boys' love "dōjinshi" online Abstract   HTML
Lucy Hannah Glasspool
Vol 3 (2009) Sites of participation: Wiki fandom and the case of Lostpedia Abstract   HTML
Jason Mittell
Vol 19 (2015) Slash fandom, sociability, and sexual politics in Putin's Russia Abstract   HTML
Sudha Rajagopalan
Vol 3 (2009) Snogs of innocence, snogs of experience Abstract   HTML
Dana Shilling
Vol 14 (2013) So bad it's good: The "kuso" aesthetic in "Troll 2" Abstract   HTML
Whitney Phillips
Vol 6 (2011) "So oft to the movies they've been": British fan writing and female audiences in the silent cinema Abstract   HTML
Lisa Rose Stead
Vol 1 (2008) Soap operas and the history of fan discussion Abstract   HTML
Sam Ford
Vol 2 (2009) Social dimensions of expertise in "World of Warcraft" players Abstract   HTML
Mark Chen
Vol 14 (2013) Spreadable fandom Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 17 (2014) Spreadable media: Creating value and meaning in a networked culture Abstract   HTML
Louisa Ellen Stein
Vol 14 (2013) "Spreadable media: Creating value and meaning in a networked culture," by Henry Jenkins, Sam Ford, and Joshua Green Abstract   HTML
Melissa A. Click
Vol 9 (2012) Spreading the cult body on YouTube: A case study of "Telephone" derivative videos Abstract   HTML
Agnese Vellar
Vol 19 (2015) Springsteen fans, #bruceleeds, and the tweeting of locality Abstract   HTML
Bill Wolff
Vol 7 (2011) Stranger than fiction: Fan identity in cosplay Abstract   HTML
Nicolle Lamerichs
Vol 14 (2013) Sub*culture: Exploring the dynamics of a networked public Abstract   HTML
Simon Lindgren
Vol 7 (2011) Subverting the canon in feminist fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Hui Min Annabeth Leow
Vol 4 (2010) "Supernatural" bodies: Writing subjugation and resistance onto Sam and Dean Winchester Abstract   HTML
Suzette Chan
Vol 4 (2010) "Supernatural role playing game," by J. Chambers Abstract   HTML
Douglas Schules
Vol 22 (2016) Swan Queen, shipping, and boundary regulation in fandom Abstract   HTML
Victoria M. Gonzalez
Vol 7 (2011) Taking a bite out of "Buffy": Carnivalesque play and resistance in fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Amanda L. Hodges, Laurel P. Richmond
Vol 1 (2008) "Teen television: Essays on programming and fandom," edited by Sharon Marie Ross and Louisa Ellen Stein Abstract   HTML
Mary Dalton
Vol 9 (2012) "Television and new media: Must-click TV," by Jennifer Gillan Abstract   HTML
Lindsay Giggey
Vol 6 (2011) Textual evidence of fandom activities: The fanzine holdings at UC Riverside's Eaton Collection Abstract   HTML
Regina Yung Lee
Vol 6 (2011) The Contraband Incident: The strange case of Marion Zimmer Bradley Abstract   HTML
Catherine Coker
Vol 10 (2012) The absence of fan activism in the queer fandom of Ho Denise Wan See (HOCC) in Hong Kong Abstract   HTML
Cheuk Yin Li
Vol 13 (2013) The advocacy of Steve Rogers (aka Captain America), as seen in hetrez's "Average Avengers Local Chapter 7 of New York" Abstract   HTML
Babak Zarin
Vol 2 (2009) The Army rolls through Indianapolis: Fieldwork at the Virtual Army Experience Abstract   HTML
Robertson Allen
Vol 2 (2009) The birth of a community, the death of the win: Player production of the "Middle-earth Collectible Card Game" Abstract   HTML
Joe Bisz
Vol 16 (2014) The butcher, the baker, the lightsaber maker Abstract   HTML
Forrest Phillips
Vol 21 (2016) The classical canon and/as transformative work Abstract   HTML
Ika Willis
Vol 19 (2015) The creation of football slash fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Abby Waysdorf
Vol 22 (2016) The creative empowerment of body positivity in the cosplay community Abstract   HTML
Jordan Kass Lome
Vol 15 (2014) The cultural economics of performance space: Negotiating fan, labor, and marketing practice in Glee’s transmedia geography Abstract   HTML
Matthias Stork
Vol 18 (2015) The digital fandom of Na'vi speakers Abstract   HTML
Christine Schreyer
Vol 1 (2008) "The epic love story of Sam and Dean": "Supernatural," queer readings, and the romance of incestuous fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Catherine Tosenberger
Vol 2 (2009) The everyday lives of video game developers: Experimentally understanding underlying systems/structures Abstract   HTML
Casey O'Donnell
Vol 23 (2017) The expanding universe of Sherlockian fandom and archival collections Abstract   HTML
Timothy Jerome Johnson, Cheryll Lynne Fong
Vol 6 (2011) The fan letter correspondence of Willa Cather: Challenging the divide between professional and common reader Abstract   HTML
Courtney A. Bates
Vol 23 (2017) The fan-judges: Clues to a jurisculture of Sherlockian fandom Abstract   HTML
Ross Davies
Vol 23 (2017) "The florals": Female fans over 50 in the Sherlock fandom Abstract   HTML
Line Nybro Petersen
Vol 2 (2009) The friends that game together: A folkloric expansion of textual poaching to genre farming for socialization in tabletop role-playing games Abstract   HTML
Michael Robert Underwood
Vol 7 (2011) "The function of role-playing games," by Sarah Lynne Bowman Abstract   HTML
Sean Duncan
Vol 3 (2009) The future of academic writing? Abstract   HTML
Avi Santo
Vol 10 (2012) The German federal election of 2009: The challenge of participatory cultures in political campaigns Abstract   HTML
Andreas Jungherr
Vol 23 (2017) The Great Game and the copyright villain Abstract   HTML
Betsy Rosenblatt
Vol 16 (2014) The heterogeneity of maid cafés: Exploring object-oriented fandom in Japan Abstract   HTML
Luke Sharp
Vol 4 (2010) The Impala as negotiator of melodrama and masculinity in "Supernatural" Abstract   HTML
Melissa N. Bruce
Vol 16 (2014) The invisible teenager: Comic book materiality and the amateur films of Don Glut Abstract   HTML
Matt Yockey
Vol 3 (2009) The labor of creativity: Women's work, quilting, and the uncommodified life Abstract   HTML
Debora J Halbert
Vol 7 (2011) The "lover" and early modern fandom Abstract   HTML
Vera Keller
Vol 3 (2009) The magic of television: Thinking through magical realism in recent TV Abstract   HTML
Lynne Joyrich
Vol 15 (2014) The media festival volunteer: Connecting online and on-ground fan labor Abstract   HTML
Robert Moses Peaslee, Jessica El-Khoury, Ashley Liles
Vol 11 (2012) The mediation of fandom in Karin Giphart's "Maak me blij" Abstract   HTML
Nicolle Lamerichs
Vol 1 (2008) "The new influencers," by Paul Gillin Abstract   HTML
Barna William Donovan
Vol 12 (2013) The possibilities of research on "fujoshi" in Japan Abstract   HTML
Midori Suzuki
Vol 20 (2015) The products of intertextuality: The value of student adaptations in a literature course Abstract   HTML
Misty Krueger
Vol 7 (2011) "The rabid fans that take [Twilight] much too seriously": The construction and rejection of excess in Twilight antifandom Abstract   HTML
Jacqueline Marie Pinkowitz
Vol 18 (2015) The remediation of the fan convention: Understanding the emerging genre of cosplay music videos Abstract   HTML
Nicolle Lamerichs
Vol 9 (2012) The rhetoric of remix Abstract   HTML
Virginia Kuhn
Vol 21 (2016) The role of affect in fan fiction Abstract   HTML
Anna Wilson
Vol 5 (2010) The romanticization of abstinence: Fan response to sexual restraint in the Twilight series Abstract   HTML
Jennifer Stevens Aubrey, Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz, Melissa A. Click
Vol 23 (2017) The scholarly rebellion of the early Baker Street Irregulars Abstract   HTML
George Mills
Vol 22 (2016) The selling of a story: Sherlock's Victorian excursion Abstract   HTML
Claudia Rebaza
Vol 9 (2012) The Star Wars franchise, fan edits, and Lucasfilm Abstract   HTML
Forrest Phillips
Vol 13 (2013) The super politics of comic book fandom Abstract   HTML
Matthew J. Costello
Vol 20 (2015) The transformative world of winter fashion in a Nunavik village Abstract   HTML
Jasmin Aurora Stoffer
Vol 9 (2012) The two-source illusion: How vidding practices changed Jonathan McIntosh’s political remix videos Abstract   HTML
Martin Leduc
Vol 1 (2008) The unlearning: Horror and transformative theory Abstract   HTML
Michael A. Arnzen
Vol 3 (2009) The Web planet: How the changing Internet divided "Doctor Who" fan fiction writers Abstract   HTML
Leora Hadas
Vol 8 (2011) "The young and the digital," by S. Craig Watkins Abstract   HTML
Melanie Kohnen
Vol 10 (2012) Theorizing a public engagement keystone: Seeing fandom's integral connection to civic engagement through the case of the Harry Potter Alliance Abstract   HTML
Ashley Hinck
Vol 5 (2010) "This isn't something I can fake": Reactions to "Glee"'s representations of disability Abstract   HTML
David Kociemba
Vol 4 (2010) Tlon, fandom, and source texts: The effect of fan works on the narrative of "Supernatural" Abstract   HTML
Deepa Sivarajan
Vol 10 (2012) Too fat to fly: A case study of unsuccessful fan mobilization Abstract   HTML
Tom Phillips
Vol 2 (2009) "Too Human" versus the enthusiast press: Video game journalists as mediators of commodity value Abstract   HTML
Rebecca Carlson
Vol 22 (2016) Toward a broader recognition of the queer in the BBC'S Sherlock Abstract   HTML
Amandelin A. Valentine
Vol 13 (2013) Toward a feminist superhero: An interview with Will Brooker, Sarah Zaidan, and Suze Shore Abstract   HTML
Kate Roddy, Carlen Lavigne, Suzanne Scott
Vol 22 (2016) Toward a goodwill ethics of online research methods Abstract   HTML
Brittany Kelley
Vol 9 (2012) Toward an ecology of vidding Abstract   HTML
Tisha Turk, Joshua Johnson
Vol 18 (2015) Toward new horizons: Cosplay (re)imagined through the superhero genre, authenticity, and transformation Abstract   HTML
Ellen Kirkpatrick
Vol 23 (2017) Traditional transformations and transmedial affirmations: Blurring the boundaries of Sherlockian fan practices Abstract   HTML
Ashley D. Polasek
Vol 14 (2013) Trans-cult-ural fandom: Desire, technology and the transformation of fan subjectivities in the Japanese female fandom of Hong Kong stars Abstract   HTML
Lori Hitchcock Morimoto
Vol 1 (2008) Transforming academic and fan cultures Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 14 (2013) Translation, interpretation, fan fiction: A continuum of meaning production Abstract   HTML
Shannon K. Farley
Vol 8 (2011) Transmedial texts and serialized narratives Abstract   HTML
Maria Lindgren Leavenworth
Vol 12 (2013) Transnational boys' love fan studies Abstract   HTML
Kazumi Nagaike, Katsuhiko Suganuma
Vol 19 (2015) Transnationalism, localization, and translation in European fandom: Fan studies as global media and audience studies Abstract   HTML
Anne Kustritz
Vol 12 (2013) Transplanted boys' love conventions and anti-"shota" polemics in a German manga: Fahr Sindram's "Losing Neverland" Abstract   HTML
Paul M. Malone
Vol 17 (2014) Twinship, incest, and twincest in the Harry Potter universe Abstract   HTML
Vera Cuntz-Leng
Vol 8 (2011) (Un)gendering the homoerotic body: Imagining subjects in boys' love and yaoi Abstract   HTML
Mark McHarry
Vol 10 (2012) Up, up, and away! The power and potential of fan activism Abstract   HTML
Henry Jenkins, Sangita Shresthova
Vol 22 (2016) Valuing queer identity in Monster High doll fandom Abstract   HTML
Sara Mariel Austin
Vol 21 (2016) Versions of Homer: Translation, fan fiction, and other transformative rewriting Abstract   HTML
Shannon K. Farley
Vol 9 (2012) Vidding and the perversity of critical pleasure: Sex, violence, and voyeurism in "Closer" and "On the Prowl" Abstract   HTML
Sarah Fiona Winters
Vol 21 (2016) Virgilian fandom in the Renaissance Abstract   HTML
Balaka Basu
Vol 19 (2015) Watching Dallas again 1: Doing retro audience research Abstract   HTML
Amanda Gilroy
Vol 19 (2015) Watching Dallas again 2: Locating viewing pleasures—An audience study of the new Dallas Abstract   HTML
Raquel L. Raj, Mabel Wale, Joscha-Nicolai Spoellmink, Arelis Dania, Amanda Gilroy
Vol 19 (2015) Watching Dallas again 3: Reassessing Ien Ang's Watching Dallas Abstract   HTML
Toon Heesakkers, Ward van Hoof, Anne Jager, Amanda Gilroy
Vol 4 (2010) What are little ghouls made of? The "Supernatural" family, fandom, and the problem of Adam Abstract   HTML
Kristin Noone
Vol 18 (2015) What is global theater? or, What does new media studies have to do with performance studies? Abstract   HTML
Abigail De Kosnik
Vol 20 (2015) What we talk about when we talk about bronies Abstract   HTML
Anne Gilbert
Vol 4 (2010) "What you don't know": "Supernatural" fan vids and millennial theology Abstract   HTML
Louisa Ellen Stein
Vol 5 (2010) When normal and deviant identities collide: Methodological considerations of the pregnant acafan Abstract   HTML
Mary Ingram-Waters
Vol 12 (2013) Where program and fantasy meet: Female fans conversing with character bots in Japan Abstract   HTML
Keiko Nishimura
Vol 6 (2011) "White shoes to a football match!": Female experiences of football's golden age in England Abstract   HTML
Stacey Pope, John Williams
Vol 13 (2013) Who is afraid of a black Spider(-Man)? Abstract   HTML
Ora C. McWilliams
Vol 8 (2011) Whodology: Encountering "Doctor Who" fan fiction through the portals of play studies and ludology Abstract   HTML
Charles William Hoge
Vol 17 (2014) Why they won't save us: Political dispositions in the conflicts of superheroes Abstract   HTML
Woody Evans
Vol 8 (2011) Why we should talk about commodifying fan work Abstract   HTML
Nele Noppe
Vol 22 (2016) Wikipedia and participatory culture: Why fans edit Abstract   HTML
Paul Thomas
Vol 1 (2008) Women, "Star Trek," and the early development of fannish vidding Abstract   HTML
Francesca Coppa
Vol 10 (2012) Wonder Woman for a day: Affect, agency, and Amazons Abstract   HTML
Matt Yockey
Vol 17 (2014) Wordplay, mindplay: Fan fiction and postclassical narratology Abstract   HTML
Veerle Van Steenhuyse
Vol 20 (2015) Works in progress Abstract   HTML
TWC Editor
Vol 12 (2013) "Writing the love of boys: Origins of 'bishōnen' culture in modernist Japanese literature," by Jeffrey Angles Abstract   HTML
Emerald King
Vol 20 (2015) Writing the pregnant man Abstract   HTML
Mary Ingram-Waters
Vol 16 (2014) Written on the body: Experiencing affect and identity in my fannish tattoos Abstract   HTML
Bethan Jones
Vol 18 (2015) Zombie walks and the public sphere Abstract   HTML
Brendan Riley
Vol 2 (2009) “Once more a kingly quest”: Fan games and the classic adventure genre Abstract   HTML
Anastasia Marie Salter
Vol 3 (2009) “The Hunt for Gollum”: Tracking issues of fandom cultures Abstract   HTML
Robin Anne Reid
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