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  • n. Plural form of fandom.


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  • I think adopting some of the successful tricks of other genres/fandoms is something SF/F cons should consider on the whole.

    Time to throw open the doors «

  • Looking at the question from our shared perspective as SF/F writers (in the case of sartorias and I, not to mention many on my lj-friendslist), one of the major ways men participate in similar types of communal fandoms is role-playing games.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • All my big, long-term fandoms Trek, SG1 and SGA, Angel,BSG have had both characters I've cared about AND SF or fantasy settings, and almost all the stories I've written -- and the ones I've read and most enjoyed over the years -- have been set in those canon universes rather than in contemporary Earth AUs, and have either exploited the possibilities presented by them or have enhanced them by exploring them and fleshing them out.

    TFV and me (mostly TFV) on fannish AUs

  • One of his more endearing qualities is that he’s not afraid of or embarrassed to play in fandoms or universes he enjoys.

    The Official Star Wars Blog » Nathan Fillion Talks Lightsabers

  • For which "fandoms" would you write/have you written?

    28 feet from bumper to bumper

  • Re: cb4260 -- Yeah, I guess I've been in theatre related "fandoms" too long.

    Technology: good or evil?

  • JorunalFen. net - Runs on the Danga platform, very much directed towards various "fandoms" (i.e. Harry Potter, various Television shows) and is meant for users 18 and older.

    Latest posts

  • "fandoms" are based around different works of fiction by different authors.

    Serendip's Exchange

  • And it's also a fun place for everyone to also discuss their favorite fandoms.

    Fen of Color United!

  • Annie: * lists her fandoms, searching for a topic*

    Valentines, part the first


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