New issue of Transformative Works and Cultures, Vol 14, published


The new general issue of Transformative Works and Cultures, Vol 14 (2013), is out now.
You can read it here:

It features the following articles:

Spreadable fandom
TWC Editor

Metaphors we read by: People, process, and fan fiction
Juli J. Parrish

Sub*culture: Exploring the dynamics of a networked public
Simon Lindgren

A Japanese media pilgrimage to a Tasmanian bakery
Craig Norris

Trans-cult-ural fandom: Desire, technology and the transformation of fan
subjectivities in the Japanese female fandom of Hong Kong stars
Lori Hitchcock Morimoto

Fannish discourse communities and the construction of gender in “The
Emily Regan Wills

Capital, dialogue, and community engagement: “My Little Pony—Friendship Is
Magic” understood as an alternate reality game
Kevin Veale

So bad it’s good: The “kuso” aesthetic in “Troll 2”
Whitney Phillips

Translation, interpretation, fan fiction: A continuum of meaning production
Shannon K. Farley

Fan/dom: People, practices, and networks
Katherine E. Morrissey

Fandom, public, commons
Mel Stanfill

“Spreadable media: Creating value and meaning in a networked culture,” by Henry Jenkins, Sam Ford, and Joshua Green
Melissa A. Click

“Reclaiming fair use,” by Patricia Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi
Josh Johnson

“Genre, reception, and adaptation in the ‘Twilight’ series,” edited by Anne Morey
Amanda Georgeanne Retartha




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