Fan fiction: Misc


Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

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Fan fiction (or fanfiction) for Doctor Who and related spin-offs has appeared since the 1970s or before. Many professional writers of Doctor Who Universe works have started in fan fiction. Fan fiction has appeared in fanzines, charity anthologies and on the internet.




The early years

During the late 1970s and early 1980s, fan fiction appeared in early fanzines like The Celestial Toyroom, the monthly newsletter of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society, and in Cosmic Masque, a DWAS publication especially for fanfic. Writers of fan fiction included Andy Lane and Gary Russell.

The 1980s

During the mid-80s, Paul Cornell produced an early version of his first novel, Timewyrm: Revelation, which featured the Fifth Doctor. In the United States, The Doctor and the Enterprise by Jean Airey was produced. It would later have a semi-professional publication.

The 1990s

In the 1990s, fanfic began appearing on a Usegroup called alt.drwho.creative. Print fanzines had not gone away. The Doctor Who Information Network based in Canada had commenced a fan fiction 'zine called Myth Makers.

The 2000s

By the 2000s the prevalance and the ease of internet access saw an explosion in fan fiction with sites such as FanFiction.Net (launched late 90s) and Doctor Who focused sites such as "A Teaspoon and an Open Mind" (launched 2003) becoming popular.

See also

External links

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

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This article contains art, spin-off fiction, theories, reference and community material created by fans inspired by Lost.
It is by definition non-canon, but generally distinct from intentionally fake hoaxes or humorous fan parody material.

Fan Fiction is a term used to reference fictional stories written by fans that make use of material provided by a media text. (Also called fanfic.) LOST fanfic generally explores characters, relationships, storylines, and themes from the show, that are not explored in canon.


Types of fan fiction


Gen fanfics are comprised of stories that do not center around romantic relationships at all. These fics can be rated anywhere from G to R, but not usually NC-17.


Het fanfics are comprised of stories that center around heterosexual romantic relationships. These fics can be rated anywhere from G to NC-17.

Some het pairings

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Slash fanfics are comprised of that center around same-sex romantic relationships. These fics can be rated anywhere from G to NC-17.

Some slash pairings

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External links

  • Fic in a Bottle
  • Lost Slash
  • The LOST Fanfiction Archive

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See for the canon Star Trek wiki.

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Fan fiction is a broad category of stories (prose, or scripts for fan films), written by fans, using the creative universe of a commercial series/movie. These stories may or may not contain established characters from the series or movies, and may rely on "fanon" content.

The following articles define various aspects of fan fiction: fan gaming, fan productions, fan publications and fan websites.

Star Trek source fiction includes canon productions, licensed productions and other licensed publications, licensed websites, licensed gaming and limited license gaming.


Examples of fan fiction

Star Trek fan fiction

Crossover fan fiction

Star Trek fan fiction (other)

Star Trek fan comics

Star Trek fan films

  • Star Trek: Aurora
  • Star Trek: Conflictos
  • Star Trek: Counter Worlds
  • Star Trek: Frontier
  • Star Trek: Hidden Frontier and its spin-offs, Star Trek: The Helena Chronicles and Star Trek: Odyssey
  • Star Trek: Horizon
  • Star Trek: Intrepid
  • Star Trek: Lexington
  • Star Trek: New Voyages
  • Star Trek: Of Gods and Men
  • Star Trek: Origins
  • Star Trek: SFI
  • Star Trek: To the Res-Q
  • Star Trek: Unity
  • Star Trek: USS Hathaway
  • Starship Exeter
  • Starship Farragut
  • Star Trek: Specter of the Past
  • Tales of the Seventh Fleet

Star Trek fan audio dramas

Star Trek play-by-email/RPG fiction

Currently active


See also

External links

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

"A blue Twi'lek, and surviving holos of her show her to be beautiful of face and form. Well, in her career, she benefited the people of many worlds, and entered the folkloric cycles of several primitive cultures, where she often was merged with local historical figures or goddess-characters. Even today, educated immigrants from those cultures will write fictive cycles about her, some of them amazingly prurient."
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Fan fiction (also spelled fanfiction and often abbreviated to fanfic or fic) is defined as fiction written by fans that takes place in the world of a film, novel, or other media work. Star Wars fan fiction has been around almost as long as the movies themselves. Usually, it is not regarded as canon.

See also

External links

  • A Larger World - Community for fanfic writers and readers.
  • Stay on Target - fanfic link site
  •'s FanFic Archive
  •'s Fan Fiction Boards
  • Movies: Star Wars
  • in the Wayback Machine - now-defunct website
  • Chaos:: Star Wars
  • The Archive at the End of the Universe: Star Wars
  • The Sith Academy
  • Skyehawke: Star Wars
  • Knights of the Old Republic Fan Fiction - A Star Wars fan fiction site with focus on the KotOR series.
  • KOTOR Fan Media - fan fiction and art in the Knights of the Old Republic setting
  •'s awarded fanfic
  • Good, bad men - awarded Polish fan fiction about stormtroopers' sergeant
  • SF Debris' awarded Unity crossover

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Fan fiction (or fanfic) is fiction written by fans of a property, without the explicit approval of the copyright holder. This allows for many fans to do what they please with the material that they are fiddling, be it to make a serious and epic story or to just plain mess around and play with their little fantasies. Needless to say that not all fanfics are good, but this is up to the reader's discretion.



Over the years, an incredibly wide variety of Transformers fanfic has been written, including straightforward adventure stories, crossovers with other properties, parodies, incredibly creepy stories in which gruesome acts of Decepticon-on-fleshling violence are described in tender loving detail[1], and of course "erotica" of varying degrees of slagged-upness. Many female humans have taken to writing romantic fanfic either about Starscream and Alexis/themselves, or any given male character with any other male character. Don't ask.

Popular Transformers fanfic topics

  • Fan-written episodes. Sometimes these are made to connect within the canon of a given continuity and are used a lot with regard to micro-continuities.
  • Romance. These are used to expand upon perceived and/or possible relationships within a continuity. They include Transformer/Transformer pairings or Transformer/human pairings. The sexuality of the pairings vary at times (Optimus Prime/Elita One, Megatron/Starscream, etc.).
  • Crossovers. The other property used varies at times, and the quality of the story seems directly linked to the writer's skill and the second party used with the Transformers.
  • Character-driven stories. Another fan favorite. These can revolve around several different ideas, such as seeing various Decepticons outside the battlefield mindset or Optimus struggling to be a good leader for the Autobots, and can segue into other topics as well.
  • What if Transformers were humans? The name says it all. Defeats the entire purpose of Transformers. On the other hand, it's not like it was the fans who started the trend.
  • Absolute fanwanking. These types of stories are used by the writer to indulge in various fantasies regarding the Transformers and can range from being slightly silly to completely outrageous. These are not to be taken seriously as a result and can also connect with other fanfic topics. More often than not, these fanfics aren't the best out there.

Hard Work Pays Off

In recent years, a few Transformers fanfic writers have made the jump to writing Hasbro-sanctioned fiction, including Ben Yee, Greg Sepelak, Josh van Reyk and Shaun Knowler, the last two of whom are the co-creators of the fan comic Transformers: Mosaic.

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