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Thoughts on Creative Writing Foo

So I've gotten a few comments about Storyteller that suggest it's good enough to be published. (Yay, Writer's Ego.) And it'll be a little less than 200 pages double-spaced when it's done, which is reasonable novelette length. But in truth, I'm not sure how sensible such a thing would actually be. Storyteller is a fanfiction that bases itself out of the Peter Pan world. Granted, it stays there for all of a chapter or two, but that's still its foundation. Is it possible to actually publish fanfiction (other than online, of course, at various fanfic sites)? Aren't there copyright or universe-right issues or something?

The only thing that might work would be one of those modern fairy tale anthology sort of things, I suppose, where you get to take an already created universe and play with it. Which is really fanfiction, in its own way.

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y2kdragon
Sep. 12th, 2005 09:32 pm (UTC)
There are fanzines all over the place dedicated to various fandoms and fictions. Every year in May there is a convention called MediaWest*Con that focuses a lot on fan fiction. You might want to poke at their website and see if you can find some resources there.

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