Resources for writers of fan fiction, also called "fandom." The best representation of fan fiction would be Star Trek fans who write short stories and novellas using the charaters, events and the Star Trek "universe" as their backdrop, the post them to the internet. Other popular fan fictions are Star Wars, Sailor Moon, the X-Files, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer and Xena: Warrior Princess. Fan fiction is not considered a 'published' book.
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Archive of Our Own
A fan-created archive for transformative fanworks, like fanfiction, fanart, fan videos, and podfic.
A Brief Introduction To Copyright For Fan Fiction Writers
By A.T. Lee. This article is for educational purposes only. It is a brief overview of copyright issues that fan fiction writers in the United States of America may find useful.
A resource for writers who are trying to find time to write or are experiencing writers-block. Accepting challenges for all fandoms.
A resource for writing, reviewing and reading fanfiction stories.
How to Write Almost Readable Fan Fiction
Tutorial on how to write fan fiction with grammar and other issues covered.
Offers original anime stories, influenced by the love of anime, though they are completely original, not FanFics.
What is Fan Fiction FAQ
Tips for fan fiction writers and writing basics. From the Official Archive of the Paris/ Torres Collective.
Women Fanfiction Writers
A webring to draw together women writers of fan fiction. Any and all fandoms are welcome to join.
Yahoo! Groups: Fan Fic Med
Mailing list for writers to seek story-related medical information.
Fanlore - How to Write Almost Readable Fan Fiction
By Ms. Nitpicker/Jane Leavell. (October 26, 2015)
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