New issue of Transformative Works and Culture journal published: Special issue on The Classical Canon and/as Transformative Work

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The following new issue of Transformative Works and Cultures has been published:

Vol 21 (2016)
The Classical Canon and/as Transformative Work, edited by Ika Willis (University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia)

Full issue available here: http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc

Table of Contents
Editorial
The classical canon and/as transformative work
Ika Willis

Theory
Classical monsters in new Doctor Who fan fiction
Amanda Potter

Amateur mythographies
Ika Willis

Versions of Homer: Translation, fan fiction, and other transformative rewriting
Shannon K. Farley

Abusing text in the Roman and contemporary worlds
Francesca Middleton

Fan fiction, early Greece, and the historicity of canon
Ahuvia Kahane

Virgilian fandom in the Renaissance
Balaka Basu

The role of affect in fan fiction
Anna Wilson

Symposium
Are fan fiction and mythology really the same?
Tony Keen

Shipping in Plato’s Symposium
Juliette Grace Harrisson

Oresteia as transformative work
Tisha Turk

Review
Fandom at the crossroads and Fangasm!, by Lynn Zubernis and Kathy Larsen
Judith May Fathallah

Fan CULTure: Essays on participatory fandom in the 21st century, edited by Kristin M. Barton and Jonathan Malcolm Lampley
Bertha Chin

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