transformativeworksandcultures: Vol 24 (2017): Special Issue Queer Female Fandom Edited by Julie Levin Russo and Eve Ng Table of Content Editorial Eve Ng and Julie Levin Russo Envisioning queer female fandom Theory Eve Ng, Between text, paratext, and context: Queerbaiting

transformativeworksandcultures: TWC #23: Sherlock Holmes, Fandom, Sherlockiana, and the Great Game (special issue, edited by Roberta Pearson and Betsy Rosenblatt) Editorial Roberta Pearson,Betsy Rosenblatt “In all my experience I cannot recall any more singular and interesting study” Theory Ann McClellan,

transformativeworks: This month we’re celebrating Transformative Works and Cultures (TWC), the OTW’s international peer-reviewed academic online journal focused on media studies which has published its 20th issue. Today we’re taking a deeper look at TWC’s history. Paul Booth and Lucy

TWC Vol. 20 Published

tea-and-liminality: cathexys: transformativeworksandcultures: Table of Contents TWC Editor, Editorial: Works in Progress Theory Rebecca Wanzo, African American acafandom and other strangers: New genealogies of fan studies Kathryn Hemmann, Queering the media mix: The female gaze in Japanese fan comics Anne Gilbert, What we

transformativeworks: Transformative Works and Cultures editors Kristina Busse and Karen Hellekson were interviewed by fan studies scholar Henry Jenkins about the book they published earlier this year, The Fan Fiction Studies Reader (the book’s royalties go to the OTW). Said

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