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04 Sep 2013
Charles Xavier is planning a summer field trip for his students, to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Thanks to a mis-dialed extension number, Charles leaves his booking info with the wrong person....and a serendipitous visit to The Best Museum In The World ensues.
- Part 1 of Field Trips Are Awesome
Ah, Night Vale. A town once shining with colorful citizens, beautiful desert scenery, and inexplicable lights in the sky. A town of angels, scientists, and hooded figures.
A town that is now completely deserted.
A young woman wanders into Night Vale, where she investigates the completely empty town and sends out a cry for help.
Fandoms: Original Work, Meta - Fandom
30 Nov 2017
While introductions to tropes and fanfictions abound, very few articles, videos, and podcasts exist that analyze fanfictions themselves -- what these tropes and stories mean about the hopes, fears, anxieties, and beliefs of the people who create and consume them. In this series, a fanfiction author with 20 years of experience writing fanfics and exactly zero years as a media critic attempts to shed some light on what fanfiction tropes mean. Rather than focus on the fans themselves, Fanfiction Investigations focuses on the works these fans produce and what their popularity may say about the people that read and write them. From Omegaverse and the monster of misogyny to Coffee Shop AUs and the need for a new type of sitcom, fanfiction is used as the lens through which the overwhelmingly female, overwhelmingly queer transformative culture is analyzed.
- Part 1 of Fanfiction Investigations
Fandoms: Original Work, Assassin's Creed - All Media Types, Supernatural, Batman - All Media Types, DCU
03 Dec 2017
In the first REAL episode of Fanfiction Investigations, Lockea tackles alpha/beta/omega dynamics using feminist theory and monster theory as a lens to discuss how ABO's popularity may lay in its ability to grant much needed distance from the very real issues facing the female bodied by enacting those fears on the male body instead. Three fanfics, each the most or one of the most popular ABO fics in their fandom, are highlighted to discuss the anxieties of the transformative generations.
- Part 2 of Fanfiction Investigations