My comp copies have arrived for my two latest publications!
The reprint anthology I coedited with Kristina Busse has been released from the University of Iowa Press:
Hellekson, Karen, and Kristina Busse. 2014. The Fan Fiction Studies Reader. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.
Kristina and I wrote the introduction and head notes to introduce each section. We have placed our texts in the public domain after 10 years’ time, so in 2024, they may be reproduced by anyone (but not the essays! those are separately copyrighted).
Here are the contents:
Fan Fiction as Literature
- Henry Jenkins, “Textual Poachers”
- Roberta Pearson, “It’s Always 1895: Sherlock Holmes in Cyberspace”
- Cornel Sandvoss, “The Death of the Reader? Literary Theory and the Study of Texts in Popular Culture”
Fan Identity and Feminism
- Joanna Russ, “Pornography by Women, for Women, with Love”
- Patricia Frazer Lamb and Diana L. Veith, “Romantic Myth, Transcendence, and Star Trek Zines”
- Sara Gwenllian Jones, “The Sex Lives of Cult Television Characters”
Fan Communities and Affect
- Camille Bacon-Smith, “Training New Members”
- Nicholas Abercrombie and Brian Longhurst, “Fans and Enthusiasts”
- Constance Penley, “Future Men”
Fan Creativity and Performance
- Kurt Lancaster, “Performing in Babylon—Performing in Everyday Life”
- Francesca Coppa, “Writing Bodies in Space: Media Fan Fiction as Theatrical Performance”
In addition, I have the following essay in a book about TV remakes:
Hellekson, Karen. 2014. “Forbrydelsen, The Killing, Duty, and Ethics.” In Remake Television: Reboot, Re-use, Recycle, edited by Carlen Lavigne, 131–40. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield/Lexington Books.