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Lost In Sci-Fi: Episode 61: Fan Fiction

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Lost In Sci-Fi: Episode 61: Fan Fiction

It’s a podcast crossover event! Lost In Sci-Fi podcast meets up with Binary System Podcast and our resident Dixie Girl Jada to record the podcast we’ve been threatening promising to do for months: fan fiction. Kathryn, Elizabeth, and Jada drop all the knowledge that comes from having a fan fiction obsession addiction passion, while Leland listens on, appalled fascinated, and asks lots of questions.

Listen in for all the fan fiction information you never knew you needed, or never knew you didn’t want to know.
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Binary System Podcast #21 – New year, out of control already

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Binary System Podcast #21 – New year, out of control already

Without a Night Vale episode this week, we set off to do a short podcast about what we’ve got coming up for January. It quickly spiraled into a discussion about X-Files, book authors, spoiler warnings, fan fiction, Warehouse 13, Mission Impossible, Doctor Who, and Star Wars. Of course. (Kathryn hasn’t seen Force Awakens yet so we’re still SPOILER FREE.)

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Fanfiction Corner Vol. 2: Shipping

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10844097_profile_mbox_backgroundIn the world of fan fiction, “shipping” is a term that is often used to describe putting two characters from a series together in either a romantic relationship, or a platonic one, with “shipping” being a shortened version of “relationSHIP.” Of course, shipping is one of the driving forces of fan fiction. I don’t have statistics, but I would guarantee that about 80-99% of fan fiction you have seen has some form of shipping. Let’s take, for example, the picture above…

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Fanfiction Corner Vol. 1 (Introduction and crash course)

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Hey guys, I’ll think of a better name for the fanfiction stuff as we go along in the next couple of weeks.

Just a look ahead, this is a column started here on PG to explore the world of fanfiction, which has become just apart of anime and media in general as advertising, merchandise, or anything else. As long as there are fans for shows, movies, games, or any media, there will always be a possibility for fan fiction. This cannot be more true with the internet, which has spread the world of fan fiction to everyone who has at least a decent computer and internet connection and a favorite series.

I am a writer of fan fiction myself, although I haven’t done so in quite a while. So as the weeks go on, you will probably see some of my older work from different series as well as what I feel to be quality fan fiction out there. Now I don’t claim to be a great writer, it is amateur writing after all, but we will both see some unknown talent out there, I’m sure of it. For now, I’ll give people out there a short introduction into the world of fan fiction.

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