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Estoy muy interesada en las creaciones artísticas gratuitas que pueden encontrarse en la red y particularmente las creaciones de los fans. En cuanto a estas últimas estoy interesada en diversas cuestiones: las comunidades de fans y las relaciones que se crean dentro de ellas, los trabajos de fans y sus relaciones con los propietarios del copyright; y las posibles diferencias de tratamientos en cuanto al género de los fans. Aquí pueden verse diversos trabajos sobre el tema que he escrito para varias de las asignaturas del máster.
Por otro lado, los productos transmedia me parece que son muy interesantes tanto desde la posición del consumidor como desde la posición de la industria. Estas producciones tienen que hacerse con cuidado, para que exista una coherencia interna. Estos productos son antiguos ya que Doctor Who ya en 1974 comenzó a producir comics e historias paralelas sobre la misma y desde 1965 libros. También se han realizado películas (en las que no existía coherencia con la serie), dramas de radio, producciones para la web, juegos de ordenador, etc.

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Tuesday, August 15th, 2017 03:09 pm
This Week in Fandom

This Week in Fandom: Hugo Awards wins for women of colour, casting news for the Good Omens tv series, and more: https://goo.gl/ehCxxZ
Monday, August 14th, 2017 06:04 pm
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The Elections Committee is proud to present the following new Directors: Claire P. Baker, Danielle Strong, and Jessie Camboulives. Learn more here: https://goo.gl/tr4ej4
Monday, August 14th, 2017 10:19 am
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The Fandom Haven Story Archive, a multifandom fanfiction archive, is being imported to AO3. Learn more here: https://goo.gl/9KSKtf
Sunday, August 13th, 2017 12:38 pm
Five Things an OTW Volunteer Said

In Five Things, Chien discusses life as an OTW volunteer without wifi, & how her work can be a conversation starter https://goo.gl/zSvj6r


Friday, August 11th, 2017 07:56 am
Not exhaustive, but it's been that kind of summer...

HBO’s upcoming Confederate generated some recent refs. For The New York Times, Roxane Gay wrote I Don’t Want to Watch Slavery Fan Fiction. Emily Yahr wrote in The Washington Post that The backlash about the idea of “slavery fan fiction” was immediate, and many wondered what HBO was thinking — particularly because “Game of Thrones” has come under fire for its portrayals of race and violence. And, For Chicago Tribune, Nina Metz noted There are a number of reasons — thoughtful, well-researched reasons — why people are objecting to a premise that sounds like slavery fan fiction.

More Confederate-related refs )

In 'What would happen if Hamlet were a girl in the Internet age?' for The Washington Post, Celia Wren wrote that The Elsinore-prowling man in black becomes Elsie, an Internet-roaming teenage girl in black, in "To Tell My Story: A Hamlet Fan¬fic," an ingenious, if sometimes strenuously jokey, new play by Alexandra Petri. (Petri is a writer for the paper who’s produced more than her share of fanfic fanfic refs over the years.)

In a New Yorker review of Ben Blatt’s Nabokov’s Favorite Word Is Mauve: What the Numbers Reveal About the Classics, Bestsellers, and Our Own Writing, Dan Piepenbring wrote American writers of Harry Potter fan fiction are actually more liable to use “brilliant” than their British counterparts, who employ the word with native agility.

1D, Star Wars, Dah Bears, Wattpad )

Cosmoploitan’s Lilian Min wrote that This Jeopardy Love Story Is The Stuff of Fan Fiction.

From Ashley Eady for The Wrap: Bruce Willis ‘Death Wish’ Trailer Blasted as ‘Alt-Right Fan Fiction’.

Finally, The Macalope produced Wishful thinking: Alexa fan fiction for Macworld.
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Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 02:25 pm
This Week in Fandom

This Week in Fandom: Betsy Rosenblatt & Francesca Coppa on podcasts, Mary Sues vs Gary Stus, and why you need to know your fandom history: https://goo.gl/qnqi66