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  • n. Plural form of fictioneer.

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Examples

  • I was a fan, an amateur, writing stories out of love just like today's fan fictioneers ... but it never dawned on me to write about the JLA or the Fantastic Four or Spider-Man, much as I loved them.

    Someone Is Angry On the Internet

  • The fan fictioneers fall in love with a character or characters, and want to make things come out right for them ... or come out the way they want things to come out.

    A Few More Last Words

  • Which soon, alas, became heated, as hundreds of ... what's the correct term here? fanficcers? fan fictioneers? fans of fanfic? defenders of fanfic? ... arrived from all over the internet to take issue with Diana.

    Someone Is Angry On the Internet

  • The alien host, the spongy nebulae, the zip and twang of the photon torpedo, the bluster of the starship captain at his bridge — these, according to Hubbard, were not the idle tropes of pulp-fictioneers and drugged-up sci-fi hacks but the stuff of deepest prehistory, somber emanations from the memory of the species.

    Lost In Space

  • I think the fan fictioneers write about certain characters because they love them.

    A Few Last Words

  • Which soon, alas, became heated, as hundreds of... what's the correct term here? fanficcers? fan fictioneers? fans of fanfic? defenders of fanfic?... arrived from all over the internet to take issue with Diana.

    More Odds, More Ends

  • The fan fictioneers fall in love with a character or characters, and want to make things come out right for them... or come out the way they want things to come out.

    A Few Last Words

  • I was a fan, an amateur, writing stories out of love just like today's fan fictioneers... but it never dawned on me to write about the JLA or the Fantastic Four or Spider-Man, much as I loved them.

    More Odds, More Ends

  • I had just finished reading this note about the New Yorker's 20 Under 40 List with its prejudice toward youthful fictioneers when I headed to the NY Times website to read the day's headlines and discovered Jose Saramago has died at age 87.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • Here's something science fictioneers and others might find interesting and useful.

    Books

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