kate_nepveu: sleeping cat carved in brown wood (Default)

Panel report one of two. Description:

Fanfiction is being produced online at a rate of millions of words per month. Fanfiction can expand on a shorter work, change a work’s themes, or even attempt to “fix” things the author is felt to have done “wrong” (e.g., provide a backstory to explain otherwise undermotivated behavior). These dynamics are not unheard of outside of Internet fandom communities—Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway attempts to “fix” James Joyce’s Ulysses (which itself retells Homer’s Odyssey). In what ways can fanfiction be a valuable part of the criticism of a text? Can it appeal as criticism to readers outside the fanfiction community? If so, how can they find the most interesting works?

Victoria Janssen (L), Alaya Dawn Johnson, Erin Kissane, Ken Schneyer, Cecilia Tan.

important note about pseudonymity )

panel notes )

a very very short reading list )

kate_nepveu: sleeping cat carved in brown wood (Default)

A brief Readercon report. Panel reports forthcoming after I do some related things.

con report )

Finally, I wore the ear cuffs that [livejournal.com profile] nellorat made for me in a [livejournal.com profile] con_or_bust auction, felt very spiffy in them, and got lots of compliments.

kate_nepveu: sleeping cat carved in brown wood (Default)
1. White man to black woman: "So, you must be Nalo" (Hopkinson, one of the two Guests of Honor).

In fact, she neither must be nor is.

2. Person upon being introduced to me: look of recognition followed by, "you have a stuffed Appa."

Which is not what I was expecting, but is pretty awesome all the same.

And now, bed.

April 2019

 1 23456
789 10111213
14 15161718 1920


Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags


RSS Atom