Can you call yourself a true fan if you’ve never read a single coffee shop au?
Fandom is, first and foremost, about having fun…but lately, when I get home from work, I can’t summon the brain power to pay attention to anything longer than a tweet.
That was shipping, for me – finding the little clues and hints that suggested two characters could develop a romantic relationship, teasing them out and piecing them together to work out how the relationship would develop.
Why is American English the default narrative voice for fanfiction?
After humanity has inevitably wiped itself out, will the wastelands be populated only by cockroaches and Funko Pops?
A brief rant about entitlement.
Set the standards. Set them high, and walk away from anyone who doesn’t live up to them.
Lately I’ve been working on a longer piece about managing mental health in fandom, but in preparation for it I’ve … More
There’s more to fanfiction than ships.
Fandom is a bizarre place to call home. But before coffee-shop AUs and knotting fics, fanfiction trends were actually even weirder.