The Fan Fiction Fanzine

Archive for the ‘Features’ Category

Hunter’s Crosshairs: Bring Out Yer Dead!

By • Dec 20th, 2011

Fan-fiction grants us the ability to change things that have happened in the main universes, or to make cut-offs before things happened that we didn’t like. I know this. I did it, once, when I created the X – M Universe @ The House of Ideas (http://thoin.mergingminds.org/fanfic/default.asp?sec=11), because it led to the deaths of dozens […]

2011 Editor Roundtable

By • Dec 19th, 2011

Back in October 2010, there was a discussion on the HEROES list, essentially questioning the typical format of fan-fiction sites, including the dibs lists, stagnating or idling titles, and methods of getting rid of writers who may never produce another issue. Curious, I put together a questionnaire for the various editors of fan-fiction websites to […]

Hunter’s Crosshairs: Curb Your Enthusiasm

By • Dec 12th, 2011

I think one of the hardest things to learn as a fan-fiction writer is a lesson that I learned twice over the course of one day: curb your enthusiasm. I’m not saying that in a cynical way, either. I’m not saying to chillax on your books, because let’s face it, you’ve already bitten off way […]

Going Round Robin By Hunter Lambright

By • Mar 11th, 2010

He’s calm, collected, and meticulous in his plans, but his cool exterior hides a heart of gold. He’s learned from the best how to hide his emotions, but doing that as a teenager may be more or less out of the picture. You might have guessed we were talking about Batman at first, but I’m […]

Editorial: Fanfic’s Most Influential People of the Decade

By • Feb 8th, 2010

Yes, this editorial is a little late for all the “best of” lists we saw near the end of 2009. I won’t argue that. Honestly, I wasn’t considering writing anything like this until last week, after having a couple conversations and reading a few posts. It wasn’t even anything about this particular idea. I couldn’t trace it to any one thing, but I got thinking about it…

Writer Challenge

By • Aug 23rd, 2009

This is the same concept as the old reader challenges excecpt the name is changed as you all reading this are writers and these are designed to get you to write and exercise your brain. So for this Writers Challenge you are to tell a complete story about any character(s) you choose in 500 words. […]

Reader Challnges #5

By • Aug 15th, 2009

Challenge: ME VS YOU Your challenge this month is to take any two characters of any universe and pit them against each other. Do you think Superman can take out the Sentry or Batman can take out the Midnighter then write that scene make it as gory as you want, or you think they’d drink […]

Reader Challenges #4

By • Aug 15th, 2009

Create a Character Ever thought that you have the next great character? Think I can make a character that could stand up to the test of time? Well here is your chance. Make a character, this could be from any genre: superhero, pulp, sci-fi, etc. All it need to be is an original character created […]

Reader Challenges #3

By • Aug 15th, 2009

Design A Fan Fiction Site!! This Month’s challenge is a fun one. The premise is all of the current Fan Fiction sites are gone the internet ate them up. It is up to you to come up with a premise for a Fan Fiction site and assign a writer to a book. This can be […]

Reader Challenges #2

Doug Bookey
• Aug 15th, 2009

100-Word Challenge: This challenge is to write a scene revolving around Green Goblin , It can be anything with Green Goblin (Any Green Goblin you choose). The only restriction is that it is to be excately 100 words no more or no less. Those who wish to participate will have their entries posted on this […]