• Vol 30 (2019)

    General issue

  • Fans of Color, Fandoms of Color
    Vol 29 (2019)

    Edited by Abigail De Kosnik and andré carrington

  • The Future of Fandom
    Vol 28 (2018)

    TWC's 10th anniversary issue

  • Tumblr-blue image with symbols of various fandoms surrounding a lowercase t in Tumblr's font. Text underneath reads "Ubi invenimus in domos nostras" (Here we found our homes). Tumblr and Fandom
    Vol 27 (2018)

    Edited by Lori Morimoto and Louisa Ellen Stein. Cover image by Hannah Craig (2014).

  • Social TV Fandom and the Media Industries
    Vol 26 (2018)

    Edited by Myles McNutt

  • Color image of Lexa (THE 100) as a saint, halo behind her head, left hand raised with two fingers pointed up in benediction, with a set of icons and the "t" Tumblr logo superimposed atop Vol 24 (2017)
    Edited by Julie Levin Russo and Eve Ng
  • Color image in the style of STRAND magazine cover Vol 23 (2017)
    Edited by Betsy Rosenblatt and Roberta Pearson
  • Vol 22 (2016)
    General issue, September 2016
  • Vol 21 (2016)

    "The Classical Canon and/as Transformative Work," edited by Ika Willis (University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia)

  • series of icons illustrating Letters, Conventions, Zines, Vids, Usenet, The Web, Blogs, Mobile - Transformative Works and Cultures Volume 20 (2015) Vol 20 (2015)
    General issue, September 2015
  • Vol 19 (2015)

    "European Fans and European Fan Objects: Localization and Translation," guest edited by Anne Kustritz (University of Amsterdam)

  • Vol 18 (2015)

    "Performance and Performativity in Fandom," guest edited by Lucy Bennett (Cardiff University) and Paul J. Booth (DePaul University)

  • Vol 17 (2014)
    General issue, September 2014
  • Vol 16 (2014)

    "Materiality and Object-Oriented Fandom," guest edited by Bob Rehak, Swarthmore College

  • Vol 15 (2014)
    Fandom and/as labor, guest edited by Mel Stanfill and Megan Condis, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  • Vol 13 (2013)

    "Appropriating, Interpreting, and Transforming Comic Books," edited by Matthew J. Costello, Saint Xavier University, Chicago

  • Vol 12 (2013)

    "Transnational Boys' Love Fan Studies," edited by Kazumi Nagaike and Katsuhiko Suganuma, Oita University, Oita, Japan

  • Vol 10 (2012)
    Transformative Works and Fan Activism, edited by Henry Jenkins and Sangita Shresthova, University of Southern California
  • Vol 9 (2012)
    "Fan/Remix Video," special issue of TWC guest edited by Francesca Coppa, Muhlenberg College, and Julie Levin Russo, Brown University
  • Vol 8 (2011)

    Double guest-edited issue: Race and Ethnicity in Fandom, edited by Robin Anne Reid and Sarah N. Gatson; and Textual Echoes, edited by Cyber Echoes

  • Vol 6 (2011)

    "Fan Works and Fan Communities in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," special history issue of TWC guest edited by Nancy Reagin, Pace University, and Anne Rubenstein, York University

  • Vol 4 (2010)

    "Saving People, Hunting Things," special Supernatural issue of TWC guest edited by Catherine Tosenberger, University of Winnipeg

  • Vol 2 (2009)
    "Games as transformative works," special games issue of TWC guest edited by Rebecca Carlson, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania