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Fandom, Second Edition: Identities and Communities in a Mediated World

by Jonathan Gray Cornel Sandvoss C. Lee Harrington

A completely updated edition of a seminal work on fans and communities We are all fans. Whether we follow our favorite celebrities on Twitter, attend fan conventions such as Comic Con, or simply wait with bated breath for the next episode of our favorite television drama—each of us is a fan. Recognizing that fandom is not unusual, but rather a universal subculture, the contributions in this book demonstrate that understanding fans--whether of toys, TV shows, celebrities, comics, music, film, or politicians--is vital to an understanding of media audiences, use, engagement, and participatory culture in a digital age. Including eighteen new, original essays covering topics such as activism directed at racism in sports fandom, fan/producer interactions at Comic Con, the impact of new technologies on fandom, and the politics and legality of fanfic, this wide-ranging collection provides diverse approaches to fandom for anyone seeking to understand modern life in our increasingly mediated, globalized and binge-watching world.

The Fanfiction Reader: Folk Tales for the Digital Age

by Francesca Coppa

Written originally as a fanfiction for the series Twilight, the popularity of Fifty Shades of Grey has made obvious what was always clear to fans and literary scholars alike: that it is an essential human activity to read and retell epic stories of famous heroic characters. The Fanfiction Reader showcases the extent to which the archetypal storytelling exemplified by fanfiction has continuities with older forms: the communal tale-telling cultures of the past and the remix cultures of the present have much in common. Short stories that draw on franchises such as Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who, James Bond, and others are accompanied by short contextual and analytical essays wherein Coppa treats fanfiction—a genre primarily written by women and minorities—as a rich literary tradition in which non-mainstream themes and values can thrive.

Fang of the Vampire (Scream Street, Book 1)

by Tommy Donbavand

MEET LUKE WATSON: reluctant werewolf and Scream Street's latest arrival. With his new friends Resus Negative (wannabe vampire) and Cleo Farr (tomboy mummy), Luke things Scream Street might just be somewhere he can call home. However, there's one small problem: his parents are terrified by their new neighbors. Can Luke find the doorway back to the real world before they're scared to death? SCREAM STREET Fangs for coming! Read them all! Ages 8-10

Fanged and Fabulous (Immortality Bites #2)

by Michelle Rowen

My name is Sarah Dearly, and I've got major problems. Last month, I was turned into a vampire by the world's worst blind date. Then I may have, totally by accident, started a war between the mostly peaceful bloodsuckers and a bunch of sociopathic vamp hunters who have nicknamed me the Slayer of Slayers. Now I'm being used as bait to draw out the hunters' bad-ass leader, while my gorgeous 600-year-old boyfriend Thierry seems to be blowing me off, and my sizzle-hot, fanged friend Quinn is trying to turn my self-defense lessons into make-out sessions. So you know what? I'm done. I've had it. There comes a time when a vamp has to just suck it up and go after what she wants. And as soon as I figure out what that is, that's exactly what I'll do...

The Fanged Crown (Forgotten Realms: The Wilds #1)

by Jenna Helland

Welcome to the Jungle! Tethyrian colonists sent to the jungle island of Chult have vanished and only their celebrated leader has returned. The story he tells of disease and monsters rings false to his enemies--a former mutineer is sent to discover what really happened to the Lost Colony, and what the Hero of Tethyr is hiding. The first book in a series designed to showcase the uncivilized areas that iconic to the Dungeons & Dragons(R) game, The Fanged Crown is an easy way for unfamiliar readers to pick up the Forgotten Realms(R). With plenty of action, intrigue, and adventure, this is a book that will appeal to new readers and familiar readers alike. The Fanged Crown and the rest of the Wilds series may be read in any order.From the Paperback edition.

Fangirl

by Rainbow Rowell

This special edition includes fan art, a ribbon bookmark, a Q&A with the author, and an excerpt from her new book Carry On. In Rainbow Rowell'sFangirl, Cath is a Simon Snow fan. Okay, the whole world is a Simon Snow fan, but for Cath, being a fan is her life-and she's really good at it. She and her twin sister, Wren, ensconced themselves in the Simon Snow series when they were just kids; it's what got them through their mother leaving. Reading. Rereading. Hanging out in Simon Snow forums, writing Simon Snow fan fiction, dressing up like the characters for every movie premiere. Cath's sister has mostly grown away from fandom, but Cath can't let go. She doesn't want to. Now that they're going to college, Wren has told Cath she doesn't want to be roommates. Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. She's got a surly roommate with a charming, always-around boyfriend, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words . . . And she can't stop worrying about her dad, who's loving and fragile and has never really been alone. For Cath, the question is: Can she do this? Can she make it without Wren holding her hand? Is she ready to start living her own life? And does she even want to move on if it means leaving Simon Snow behind? ANew York Times Book ReviewNotable Children's Book of 2013 ANew York Times Best Seller!

Fangirl

by Ken Baker

While staring you straight in the eye, far above the tips of her Toms, Josie Brant would swear that she does not like Peter Maxx, the teen sensation who causes every girl within a 100-foot radius to scream at ear-shattering decibels. Even if Josie may completely, totally, and unequivocally be his biggest fan. So when Josie finds out her best friend has won a contest to meet Peter by stealing one of Josie’s songs, Josie is overwhelmingly shocked and upset-some of which flies out the window when Ashley introduces Josie to Peter as well. And suddenly, in a whirlwind of Tweets, IMs, texts, and phone calls, Josie finds herself in the middle of a flirtatious friendship that has the potential for complete harmony. But just when everything seems pitch-perfect, the paparazzi flashbulbs explode, along with any notion of a fairy-tale romance. Author Ken Baker, E! Channel’s Chief News Correspondent, uses his inside knowledge to craft a novel authentic to the teen pop idol experience with sincere heart and humor.

Fangirl

by Rainbow Rowell

Los meses son diferentes en la universidad, especialmente el primer año. Suceden demasiadas cosas. Cada mes del primer año equivale a seis meses normales: son como meses de perros. Cath y Wren son hermanas gemelas y son fanáticas de la serie Simon Snow desde que su madre se fue. Pasan el tiempo en los foros escribiendo sobre la serie, así como caracterizándose de los personajes. Un buen día, Wren decide dejar atrás la serie y empezar una nueva vida en la universidad, ir a fiestas, divertirse y no ser la compañera de cuarto de su hermana. Cath por su parte se siente sola, aislada, con amigos literarios, pero sin amigos en realidad, lo cual quiere cambiar. Pero cambiar implica dejar de hacer fanfiction, dejar atrás Simon Snow, vivir sin la presencia de su hermana, buscar su identidad y empezar a ser ella misma. ¿Será posible para Cath?, ¿cómo podrá enfrentarse a su nueva realidad sin sus compañeros de siempre? Un libro lleno de cuestionamientos, donde la fraternidad y el amor a sí mismo y al otro son los generadores de cambios. * La autora está en el número 13 de la lista de Book Teen de Amazon. * Su libro Eleanor & Park fue considerado uno de los diez mejores libros de ficción para jóvenes en 2014 por YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association). * Entertainment Weekly anunció que los estudios Dreamworks compraron los derechos para producir una película sobre Eleanor & Park, novela anterior de la autora, que está a cargo del guion inicial. El lanzamiento se prevé para 2015. * Fangirl aborda temas como las relaciones amorosas, el abandono, las enfermedades psicológicas, el impacto de las acciones de los padres en los hijos, la madurez psicológica, el alcoholismo; todos temas de interés para los jóvenes lectores. La crítica ha dicho...«Una deliciosa, cálida y poderosa balada de una nerd destinada a la grandeza.» New York Journal of Books «Absolutamente cautivadora.» Kirkus Reviews «Una divertida y tierna historia de iniciación que a la vez es la historia de una escritora encontrando su voz.» Publishers Weekly «Rowell logra captar tanto el popular universo del fanfic como la mentalidad de una joven de 18 años. Me considero una fangirl de esta encantadora historia de iniciación.» Entertainment Weekly «Tan divertida como embarazosa, y tan encantadora como fiel a la realidad de los frikis... Fangirl es lectura linda y conmovedora para fangirls y fanboys de todas las edades.» Tor.com «Fangirl cuenta con una historia original, una protagonista que enfrenta un duro despertar en el mundo ’, un romance que se construye paso a paso y que me tuvo suspirando en los momentos más inesperados. Recomendado para quienes disfrutaron del estilo de Rainbow Rowellen E&P o que simplemente disfrutan de las novelas juveniles que no están cargadas de dramas ni protagonistas que caen en el estigma del chico malo. Los chicos buenos que trabajan en Starbucks pueden ser incluso mejores.» Mi realidad de tinta/blog

Fangirl

by Ken Baker

While staring you straight in the eye, far above the tips of her Toms, Josie Brant would swear that she does not like Peter Maxx, the teen sensation who causes every girl within a 100-foot radius to scream at ear-shattering decibels. Even if Josie may completely, totally, and unequivocally be his biggest fan.So when Josie finds out her best friend has won a contest to meet Peter by stealing one of Josie's songs, Josie is overwhelmingly shocked and upset-some of which flies out the window when Ashley introduces Josie to Peter as well. And suddenly, in a whirlwind of Tweets, IMs, texts, and phone calls, Josie finds herself in the middle of a flirtatious friendship that has the potential for complete harmony. But just when everything seems pitch-perfect, the paparazzi flashbulbs explode, along with any notion of a fairy-tale romance.Author Ken Baker, E! Channel's Chief News Correspondent, uses his inside knowledge to craft a novel authentic to the teen pop idol experience with sincere heart and humor.

The Fangirl Life: A Guide to All the Feels and Learning How to Deal

by Kathleen Smith

Are You a Fangirl? * Do you survive boring classes or meetings by imagining your favorite TV couple making out? * Have you posted a lengthy diatribe on the Internet defending a fictional character? * Have you gotten carsick from reading fan fiction on your smartphone? * Has Netflix presented you with the "Are you still watching?" button at least once? If you answered yes, you are a fangirl. (But you already knew that!)Fangirling is more than a hobby; it's a way of life for an enormous community. As a fangirl, you are a passionate, intelligent, and creative creature. But sometimes focusing on the fictional can keep you from putting those qualities to use in your everyday life. Rather than using your pop culture obsessions to avoid your real-life problems, you can tackle issues like stress, anxiety, and low self-esteem by turning obsession into inspiration. If you enjoy flailing over badass fictional ladies or speculating endlessly over plot points, but would like to carve more space for the narrative of your own life, this is the book for you. Written by a proud fangirl who is also a licensed therapist, The Fangirl Life is a witty guide to putting your passions to use in your offline life, whether it's learning how writing fan fiction can be a launching point for greater career endeavors, or how to avoid the myths that fictional romance perpetuates.If you're ready to start translating those fictional obsessions into some bold personal moves, let The Fangirl Life help you become your own ultimate fangirl.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy: A Handbook for Geek Girls

by Sam Maggs

Fanfic, cosplay, cons, books, memes, podcasts, vlogs, OTPs and RPGs and MMOs and more--it's never been a better time to be a girl geek. The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy is the ultimate handbook for ladies living the nerdy life, a fun and feminist take on the often male-dominated world of geekdom. With delightful illustrations and an unabashed love for all the in(ternet)s and outs of geek culture, this book is packed with tips, playthroughs, and cheat codes, including:* How to make nerdy friends* How to rock awesome cosplay* How to write fanfic with feels* How to defeat Internet trolls* How to attend your first conAnd more! Plus, insightful interviews with fangirl faves, like Jane Espenson, Erin Morgenstern, Kate Beaton, Ashley Eckstein, Laura Vandervoort, Beth Revis, Kate Leth, and many others.

Fangland

by John Marks

As the popularity of Elizabeth Kostova's bestselling The Historian proves, there's always an audience bloodthirsty for quality, page-turning horror. Now, in a marvelously horrifying turn, John Marks-a former 60 Minutes producer-sinks his satirical teeth into twenty-first- century media. In Fangland, Evangeline Harker is an employee of the legendary TV news magazine The Hour. Sent on assignment to Transylvania, she delivers more than a story when mysterious e-mails, coffins, and a creepy guy named Torgu descend on the New York office. This darkly funny tale will appeal to vampire and horror aficionados as well as anyone who's fed up with what passes for "news" today. .

Fangoria's 101 Best Horror Movies You've Never Seen

by Adam Lukeman

A FEAST OF FRIGHTFUL FLICKS WAITING TO BE REDISCOVEREDAs the leading name in the world of horror, Fangoria magazine has been the source of information for fans of fright flicks for more than twenty years--covering feature films, video games, comic books, collectibles, and all aspects of horror entertainment. Working closely with Fangoria's experts, including Editor in Chief Anthony Timpone, Adam Lukeman has compiled a must-have guide for casual horror fans and hardcore horror junkies with Fangoria's 101 Best Horror Films You've Never Seen. With a brief synopsis for each of the included films, lists of cast and crew, "Terror Trivia," and little-known facts about these lesser-known but must-see gems, Fangoria's 101 Best Horror Films You've Never Seen offers a feast of gruesome information. Featured here are flicks that were dumped by their distributors or were initially flops, like Cherry Falls, Manhunter, and Pumpkinhead, foreign winners such as Cronos, The Vanishing, and Funny Games, and straight-to-video sleepers waiting to be discovered, including Shadowbuilder, Jack Be Nimble, and Nomads. There are even surprise entries directed by industry giants--movies like George A. Romero's Day of the Dead, Brian De Palma's Sisters, or Dario Argento's Opera--that are frequently overshadowed by the filmmakers' other, better-known works but are worthy of further examination. Entertaining and informative, Fangoria's 101 Best Horror Movies You've Never Seen offers more than a hundred reasons to look beyond the often ho-hum Hollywood hype fests . . . when you're really in the mood to feel your flesh crawl.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Fangs for the Memories

by Molly Harper

"Molly Harper writes characters you can't help but fall in love with" (RT Book Reviews), but how did Andrea and Dick Cheney fall in love? Join Half-Moon Hollow's favorite couple for a trip down memory lane--to a time when Mr. Wainwright was newly dead, Jane Jameson was a newbie vampire, and a budding paranormal romance was not yet uncorked...Half-Moon Hollow's supernatural social event of the season--Zeb's Titanic-themed werewolf wedding--is coming up, and Dick Cheney (not that Dick Cheney!) needs a date. But Andrea's had enough of clever, handsome, and rakish to last a lifetime, and Dick Cheney is certainly not the sort of man you bring home to mom (not that Andrea's deadist parents are speaking to her ever since she dropped out of college and became a blood surrogate.) Shameless, relentless, roguish, with a Stetson-worthy swagger, a naughty sparkle in his eyes, and a constant smirk--oh, and fangs--no, Dick is the last person (er...vampire) Andrea wants to date. But the infuriatingly irresistible man who lives quietly on the edge of a criminal underworld knows exactly what he wants, and once he surprises Andrea with a thrilling hot and dirty kiss behind the paranormal bookshop, she knows what she wants too: Dick. All it takes to ignite their unconventional courtship is a near-undeath experience that confronts Dick with a choice between turning Andrea, losing her forever, or tapping into his countless shady resources in this hilarious and heartwarming enovella that revisits the early days of Molly Harper's Nice Girls series--one that "makes me laugh and laugh" (USA TODAY).

Fangs for the Memories (Bloodhounds, Inc. #5)

by Bill Myers

Book 5 of Bloodhounds, Inc. for middle-grade readers. When a moving van delivers what looks to be a coffin to a vacant house on Oak Street, the town gets nervous that there might be a vampire in their midst. It's up to Sean and Melissa to save Midvale!

Fangs Over America

by Wynn Wagner

Sequel to The Vamp in the Silver MaskVamp Camp Chronicles: Book FourMårten Larsson is one of the richest bloodsuckers ever, but his unlife isn't exactly a flight in the park. There are some things money can't buy--like an instruction manual on what to do when the vampire queen quits and leaves you in charge of Europe. Suddenly Mårten has to juggle politics, his royal wardrobe, and this newfangled thing called "e-mail." And his German still sucks. But hey, Mårten can handle it. After all, he (sort of) survived World War I, being married to two voraciously horny vampires (at the same time), and life as a sniper taking out the most dangerous vamps in history. A little responsibility should be no problem... right?

Fannie Flagg's Original Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook

by Fannie Flagg

After the tremendous success of her novel, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe, and the beloved movie that followed, author Fannie Flagg received thousands of requests from all over the world asking for recipes from the little cafe of her Alabama childhood that was the model for the cafe in her novel. Now, she joyfully shares those recipes, in what may well be the first cookbook ever written by a satisfied customer rather than a cook! Inside you'll find wonderful recipes for:* Skinless Fried Chicken * Pork Chops with Apples and Sweet Potatoes * Baked Ham and Pineapple Rings * Baked Turkey with Traditional Cornbread Dressing * Black-eyed Peas * Fried Okra * Creamed Onions * Broccoli Casserole * Southern Cream Gravy * Fried Catfish * Scalloped Oysters * Down Home Crab Cakes * Beaten Biscuits * Corn Pones * Lemon Ice Box Pie * Kentucky Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie * And much more!The recipes in Fannie Flagg's Original Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook are all for delicious hearty happy food that comes with all sorts of things, from gravies to hot sauces (very often the secret's in the sauce). But most of all this food, and this book, comes with love."If you liked her novel, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe, and if you liked the movie they made from that novel, you'll like this cookbook....It's funny, just like Flagg."--Richmond Times-Dispatch"Recommended...All the traditional dishes are here, along with the author's irreverent, irresistible commentary on Southern cooking and culture."--Library JournalNote: This edition does not include photos.

Fannie Lou Hamer: Fighting for the Right to Vote

by Laura Baskes Litwin

A biography of the civil rights activist who devoted her life to helping blacks register to vote and gain a national political voice.

Fanning the Flames

by Victoria Dahl

A fan favorite from USA TODAY bestselling author Victoria Dahl. Some men are off-limits. Close friends of your ex-husband, for instance. Or firefighters who work in the same building as you. Yet despite her best judgment, librarian Lauren Foster can't help noticing fire captain Jake Davis whenever he jogs by…shirtless. They've always been friends, but all it takes is one not-so-chance meeting at a local bar and one not-quite-innocent walk home to ignite a fierce, uncontrollable desire between them. Widower Jake Davis has tried to ignore the spark he feels whenever Lauren's around, but once he sees her curves in a little black dress, there's no turning back. No matter how often she says she's all wrong for him, the sexy, outspoken divorcée is driving him wild in the best possible way. Maybe she's just blowing off steam. Or maybe he can convince her to fan these flames into something deeper, hotter and truer than they ever expected…. Originally published in 2014.

Fanny

by Erica Jong

A brilliant amalgam of Tom Jones, Moll Flanders,and Fanny Hill, Erica Jong's Fanny is a wonderfully inventive, deliciously bawdy picaresque novel featuring an irrepressible heroine you won't soon forgetIn eighteenth-century England, life begins somewhat ignobly for Fanny Hackabout-Jones. Abandoned as an infant on the doorstep of Lord and Lady Bellars's grand Wiltshire manor, she contemplates the literary life as she grows to ripe young womanhood in the Bellars's care. Fanny chooses, however, to pursue a very different future when she is forced to flee to London to escape the overly amorous attentions of her adoptive father.There, on the road, her real life truly begins. Cast by pernicious Fate--and by her own audacious will--into a series of astonishing escapades in the company of highwaymen, witches, pirates, and ladies of the evening, Fanny endures numerous trials while enjoying myriad satisfactions along the way. And though a woman's lot is not an easy one in these most oppressive of times, Fanny will not be discouraged, nor will she falter, on the uneven path toward fortune, self-discovery, motherhood, and love.With true emotional and literary heft, Fanny tells the story of the unabashed life of a fearless young woman whose lusty misadventures carry her from brothel to bedroom to the pirate-infested high seas.This ebook features an illustrated biography of Erica Jong including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author's personal collection.

Fanny Crosby: Queen of Gospel Song

by Rebecca Davis

A biography of the nineteenth-century blind woman who wrote more than 9,000 hymns.

Fanny in France: Travel Adventures of a Chef's Daughter, with Recipes

by Alice Waters Ann Arnold

From famed chef Alice Waters, a treat for anyone who loves France, food, adventure--or all three!Fanny is a girl who knows a lot about food and cooking since she's grown up in and around the famous restaurant Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California. When Fanny's mother, Alice Waters, the chef and owner of Chez Panisse, starts to watch her favorite old French movies, Fanny knows soon they'll be packing their bags and traveling to France for a visit. In this sparkling book of whimsical stories, Fanny recounts some of her most fun-filled adventures with French friends and food. Join Fanny as she helps cook a huge bouillabaisse in Provence; learns how to make fresh cheese from a shepherd high up in the Pyrenees mountains; hunts for wild oysters off the coast of Bordeaux, and discovers how one chicken can feed nine people, if served a certain way. Fanny in France is also a beginner's cookbook with forty simple, French-inspired recipes that encourage children and adults anywhere to cook and share delicious snacks and meals with family and friends using basic methods and the most sustainable ingredients.

Fans of the Impossible Life

by Kate Scelsa

A captivating and profound debut novel about complicated love and the friendships that have the power to transform you forever, perfect for fans of The Perks of Being a Wallflower.Mira is starting over at Saint Francis Prep. She promised her parents she would at least try to pretend that she could act like a functioning human this time, not a girl who can't get out of bed for days on end, who only feels awake when she's with Sebby.Jeremy is the painfully shy art nerd at Saint Francis who's been in self-imposed isolation after an incident that ruined his last year of school. When he sees Sebby for the first time across the school lawn, it's as if he's been expecting this blond, lanky boy with mischief glinting in his eye.Sebby, Mira's gay best friend, is a boy who seems to carry sunlight around with him. Even as life in his foster home starts to take its toll, Sebby and Mira together craft a world of magic rituals and impromptu road trips, designed to fix the broken parts of their lives.As Jeremy finds himself drawn into Sebby and Mira's world, he begins to understand the secrets that they hide in order to protect themselves, to keep each other safe from those who don't understand their quest to live for the impossible.

Fantasies of Identification: Disability, Gender, Race

by Ellen Samuels

In the mid-nineteenth-century United States, as it became increasingly difficult to distinguish between bodies understood as black, white, or Indian; able-bodied or disabled; and male or female, intense efforts emerged to define these identities as biologically distinct and scientifically verifiable in a literally marked body. Combining literary analysis, legal history, and visual culture, Ellen Samuels traces the evolution of the "fantasy of identification"--the powerful belief that embodied social identities are fixed, verifiable, and visible through modern science. From birthmarks and fingerprints to blood quantum and DNA, she examines how this fantasy has circulated between cultural representations, law, science, and policy to become one of the most powerfully institutionalized ideologies of modern society. Yet, as Samuels demonstrates, in every case, the fantasy distorts its claimed scientific basis, substituting subjective language for claimed objective fact. From its early emergence in discourses about disability fakery and fugitive slaves in the nineteenth century to its most recent manifestation in the question of sex testing at the 2012 Olympic Games, Fantasies of Identification explores the roots of modern understandings of bodily identity.

Fantasies of Robert A. Heinlein

by Robert A. Heinlein

Robert A. Heinlein, the dean of American SF writers, also wrote fantasy fiction throughout his long career, but especially in the early 1940s. The Golden Age of SF was also a time of revolution in fantasy fiction, and Heinlein was at the forefront. His fantasies were convincingly set in the real world, particularly those published in the famous magazine Unknown Worlds, including such stories as "Magic, Inc.," "'They--,'" and "The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag." Now all of Heinlein's best fantasy short stories, most of them long novellas, have been collected in one big volume for the first time.

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