Further Reading

Ashley, K. (2015, July 7). Why Do We Love Writing Fanfiction? Retrieved from https://geekandsundry.com/why-do-we-love-writing-fan-fiction/

Barnes, J. (2015). Fanfiction as imaginary play: What fan-written stories can tell us about the cognitive science of fiction. Poetics, 48, 69-82.

Bertrand, N. (2015, February 17). ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ started out as ‘Twilight’ fan fiction before becoming an international phenomenon. Retrieved from http://www.businessinsider.com/fifty-shades-of-grey-started-out-as-twilight-fan-fiction-2015-2

Blaber, B. [JellyApocalypse]. (2015, January 9). Welcome to Fanfiction.Net! (and Wattpad). [Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MR7uaIFVFiM

Burns, E., & Webber, C. (2009). When Harry Met Bella. School Library Journal, 55(8), N/a.

Dandrow, C. (2016). Fandom as a fortress: The gendered safe spaces of online fanfiction communities. Media Report to Women,44(4), 6-11,22-23.

Finn, K., & McCall, J. (2016). Exit, pursued by a fan: Shakespeare, Fandom, and the Lure of the Alternate Universe. Critical Survey,28(2), 27-38.

Hellekson, K., & Busse, K. (2014). Fan Fiction Studies Reader. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.

Kate-Merry, S., & Simon, A. (2012). Living and lurking on LiveJournal. Aslib Proceedings, 64(3), 241-261.

Linville, E. (2014, June 2). Why I love reading fanfiction and why I can’t write it. Retrieved October 16, 2017, from http://elenalinville.com/2014/06/02/why-i-love-reading-fanfiction-and-why-i-cant-write-it/

Mlawski, S. (2008, September 22). Why I’m not going to read your fanfic. Retrieved October 16, 2017, from https://www.overthinkingit.com/2008/09/22/why-im-not-going-to-read-your-fanfic/

MoreHouse, L. (2013, July 10). 3 Reasons why I write fanfiction. Retrieved October 16, 2017, from https://writersblock.loft.org/2013/07/10/2557/3_reasons_why_i_write_fanfiction

Rallison, R. [TheOdd1sOut]. (2016 March 18). I Read Fanfiction About Me. [Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvSSNndHIoo

Sanzo, J. (2012).The byronic hero archetype and Christian Grey: why America’s favorite sadist is nothing new.  In Perkins, L., Day, S., Rose, M., Graham, H., Shaffer, A., & Rose, MJ. (eds). Fifty Writers on Fifty Shades of Grey. New York: BenBella Books.

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