Part 1: History of Fan Fiction Outline

Categories: Friendship Circle, History of Fan Fiction, Sarah Lehman

Believe it or not, fan fiction has had a surprising amount of influence on the wider world. These next few posts will delve into said influence, and also into its history, which is longer than you might think, covering topics like: -Early examples: What are the earliest known fan fics? How did they affect later fic writers? For one, you’ll… Read More

Writing Process Post Outline

Categories: Friendship Circle, Hellos With Fellows, Sarah Lehman

By: Sarah Lehman Some of you may have already written/started writing fan fiction of your own, whether you knew about fan fiction before discovering this blog or not. If you haven’t, but would like to, I have a few basic guidelines and tips that you may find helpful. Of course, these are not hard and fast rules, but I feel… Read More

Ghostbusters

Categories: Jarrod Edson, Sarah Lehman

Ghostbusters: well this is gonna be short review….I mean what’s to say about this film …well lets see its a great classic that people should watch…of they like classic movies and want to watch something that has ghosts in it but is also not to scary….and this film is funny…this is a comedy horror film….well less horror but more comedy…..with… Read More

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Part 6: History of Fan Fiction Conclusion

What’s so important about the history of fan fiction, you may ask? Aside from possibly helping you on Jeopardy, it makes the concept seem less trivial. If fan fiction as we know it had first come to be in, say, the late 1990s instead of the 1960s, would you really look at it the same? No, and that’s just in… Read More

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Part 5: ‘Creators’ Involvement’

In my last post, I talked about how fan fiction is something you may hear about without actively searching for it—although frankly speaking, it’s more likely to be discussed on the Internet than in, say, a college cafeteria)—including a mention of creators’ opinions. While some creators are supportive of derivative works based on their stories and/or characters, there are some… Read More

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Part 4: Fan Fiction in Popular Culture

It’s far from uncommon to see pop culture being referenced in everyday life, and especially common to see it referenced in other works (for instance, Marty McFly refers to Darth Vader at one point in Back to the Future). As such, it shouldn’t be surprising that the concept of fan fiction has been mentioned in ‘official’ fiction. Perhaps the most… Read More

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