Edited by Julie Levin Russo and Eve Ng
Table of Content
Eve Ng and Julie Levin Russo Envisioning queer female fandom
Eve Ng, Between text, paratext, and context: Queerbaiting and the contemporary media landscape
Rukmini Pande and Swati Moitra, “Yes, the Evil Queen is Latina!”: Racial dynamics of online femslash fandoms
Jing (Jamie) Zhao, Queerly imagining Super Girl in an alternate world: The fannish worlding in FSCN femslash romance
Ria Narai, Female-centered fan fiction as homoaffection in fan communities
Faithe Day and Aymar Jean Christian, Locating black queer TV: Fans, producers, and networked publics on YouTube
Kelsey Cameron, Constructing queer female cyberspace: The L Word fandom and Autostraddle.com
Julie Levin Russo, Femslash goggles: Fan vids with commentary by creators
Mel Stanfill, Where the femslashers are: Media on the lesbian continuum
Lucy Irene Baker, The surface of women
Erica Friedman, On defining yuri
Elaine Han Lin, Unseen international music idol femslash
Tanya D. Zuk, Coming out on Grey’s Anatomy: Industry scandal, constructing a lesbian story line, and fan action
Victoria Serafini, Bisexual erasure in queer sci-fi “utopias”
Sandra Strauch, Once Upon a Time in queer fandom
Allison McCracken, By any media necessary: The new youth activism, by Henry Jenkins et al.
Alice Marwick, Girls’ feminist blogging in a postfeminist age, by Jessalyn Keller
Nicolle Lamerichs, International perspectives on shojo and shojo manga, edited by Masami Toku
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Image credit: Kelsey Showalter, http://wingysart.tumblr.com.
New issue of TWC! As per usual, we’ll be posting choice quotes from the new articles in the next weeks.