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1996-08-10 00:00:00 - What is FanFic? - (TimJMiller@worldnet.att.net)


I've heard it mentioned but still don't know what it is.

1996-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: What is FanFic? - (zikzak23@usa.pipeline.com)


On Aug 10, 1996 21:24:34 in article <What is FanFic?>, 'TimJMiller@worldnet.att.net (Tim)' wrote: >I've heard it mentioned but still don't know what it is. "Fanfic" is short for "fanfiction," which is short stories and/or novels written by fans of a show. The stories are set in the same world as the show and use the same characters. They're like extra episodes of the show. Almost every science-fiction show has a fanfiction circle, including Quantum Leap, Star Trek, Dr. Who, and Sliders. To get a taste of Sliders fanfic, visit the soon-to-be-defunct Gossamer Archive at: http://gossamer.eng.ohio-state.edu/sliders

1996-08-11 00:00:00 - Re: What is FanFic? - (Wyllie <wyllie4@mlode.com>)


Tim wrote: > > I've heard it mentioned but still don't know what it is. Fan fiction - short stories by us fans.

1996-08-12 00:00:00 - Re: What is FanFic? - (TimJMiller@worldnet.att.net)


zikzak23@usa.pipeline.com(zikzak23) wrote: >"Fanfic" is short for "fanfiction," which is short stories and/or novels >written by fans of a show. The stories are set in the same world as the >show and use the same characters. They're like extra episodes of the show. > Almost every science-fiction show has a fanfiction circle, including >Quantum Leap, Star Trek, Dr. Who, and Sliders. > >To get a taste of Sliders fanfic, visit the soon-to-be-defunct Gossamer >Archive at: > >http://gossamer.eng.ohio-state.edu/sliders Ok, thanks. Iread one of those in the creative slider's group. The one I read was by Julia and was actually pretty good.