Everything from bad fan fiction to book reviews to high-quality essays by accomplished writers, including both pro and fan writers, might be called fanwriting, but the term is most often used for nonfiction, the personal essay being considered the best and highest form of fanwriting by fanzine fans.
Also involved: - An Outline of Fanhistory - Are You Still Here? - By British - Charles Burbee - Con Report - Corflu 27 - Deliverance - Dilemma - Dysprosium - Enchanted Duplicator - Fan Writer - Fancestral Voices - Fanzines in Theory and Practice - Greg Pickersgill - John-Henri Holmberg - Joyce Katz - Kevin Smith - Leah Zeldes Smith - Reflections in the Shards - Rosemary Ullyot - Slow Train to Immortality - Tyne Capsule - Walt Willis
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