The man who wasn’t there
A journey to the citrus grove scale of fanfic tags.
Stiles Stilinski’s name is definitely, unambiguously John. OK?
At somepoint, it is always Omegaverse, isn’t it?
Their pairing often isn’t just not canon – it’s so far off the beaten path that other writers maybe don’t even see it themselves…
Tagging fics is both a conversation and a function in fanfiction.
“Sometimes, in fiction, you write about your experience so vividly, so precisely, that it could not have come from anyone but you.”
The headline says it all.
When the entire world is on lockdown, even alternate universes start hitting closer to home.
Readers never know what they’re going to get with this tag. It may be a warning, but it’s not always deserved.
There’s a different expectation in books versus fanfiction; one predicated on tags and warnings.
Bring Real Person Fanfiction onto The Graham Norton Show, cowards.
How a Canadian TV show from the ’90s lives on in alternative universe fanfiction.
Let this be your warning.
Fanfics dive into how one generation’s crappy fictional dad makes the next generation’s neurotic protagonist.
A side character from Thor has almost 15,000 fanfics featuring her. Amanda Hudgins asks the question: Why does Darcy Lewis persist?
The things we saw when we searched Google images for Alpha/Beta/Omega Dynamics to illustrate this article would make all the cenobites in Hellraiser blush.
This month’s weird fan fiction trend: male pregnancy!
Why do birds suddenly appear…?
Fan ficton: where Judge Dredd meets Star Wars.
Amanda Hudgins examines a strange new disease in the fanfiction community.