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  • dianejoy@earthlink.net
    Lois McMaster Bujold seems to favor fanfic, at least in the recent *Locus* review I have read. It s in this month s issue; don t know if they have the
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      Lois McMaster Bujold seems to favor fanfic, at least in the recent *Locus*
      review I have read. It's in this month's issue; don't know if they have
      the interview online. ---djb

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      From: lezlie1@...
      Date: Tue, 05 Jul 2005 17:06:25 -0700
      To: writing2@..., mythsoc@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [mythsoc] another viewpoint on fan-fic





      Hi all -- another viewpoint on fan-fic-- Lezlie


      In this month's IROSF Steven Utley shares a similarly defining
      moment in the genesis of his cult-film fandom. We look at H.G.
      Wells and the latest interpretation on-screen of his tale War
      of the Worlds. We receive a dispatch from BayCon revealing the
      secrets of the Purple Fez - who are *not* aliens, or so they say.
      Plus our usual looks at fiction of various lengths, including an
      exploration of the appeal of fanfic or Fan Fiction, revealing the
      phenomenon's foundation of genre-love. Enjoy!

      http://www.irosf.com/

      Essay

      * The Appeal of Fanfiction
      by: Heidi Kneale
      * I Was a Pre-Teen Frankenstein
      by: Steven Utley
      * H.G. Wells: Creature of the Twilight
      by: Dave Creek



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