New issue (Vol 17, Sept 2014) of Transformative Works and Cultures journal published

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A new issue (Volume 17) of Transformative Works and Cultures journal has now been published. You can read it here:

http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc/issue/view/18

The Table of Contents are as follows:

Theory
Redefining genderswap fan fiction: A Sherlock case study
Ann McClellan

How to do things with fan subs: Media engagement as subcultural capital in anime fan subbing
Douglas Schules

Bull in a china shop: Alternate reality games and transgressive fan play in social media franchises
Burcu S. Bakioglu

Praxis
Twinship, incest, and twincest in the Harry Potter universe
Vera Cuntz-Leng

Iron Man in Chinese boys’ love fandom: A story untold
John Wei

Fan edits and the legacy of The Phantom Edit
Joshua Wille

Fan fiction metadata creation and utilization within fan fiction archives: Three primary models
Shannon Fay Johnson

Symposium
Fan fiction and midrash: Making meaning
Rachel Barenblat

Wordplay, mindplay: Fan fiction and postclassical narratology
Veerle Van Steenhuyse

Why they won’t save us: Political dispositions in the conflicts of superheroes
Woody Evans

Preserving digital remix video
Rebecca Fraimow

Performances of innocence and deviance in Disney cosplaying
Maria Patrice Amon

Fandom and the fourth wall
Jenna Kathryn Ballinger

Interview
Exploring fandom, social media, and producer/fan interactions: An interview with Sleepy Hollow’s Orlando Jones
Lucy Bennett, Bertha Chin

Spreadable media: Creating value and meaning in a networked culture
Louisa Ellen Stein

Review
Fanged fan fiction: Variations on Twilight, True Blood, and The Vampire Diaries, by Maria Lindgren Leavenworth and Malin Isaksson
Anne Gilbert

Manga’s cultural crossroads, edited by Jaqueline Berndt and Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer
Nicolle Lamerichs

Popular music fandom: Identities, roles, and practices, edited by Mark Duffett
Lucy Bennett

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