Corpus ID: 14825914

Black Access and affiliation : The literacy and composition practices of English-language learners in an online fanfiction community ili

@inproceedings{Black2005BlackAA,
  title={Black Access and affiliation : The literacy and composition practices of English-language learners in an online fanfiction community ili},
  author={Rebecca W. Black},
  year={2005}
}
After reading J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels as a child, I had a difficult time leaving Middle Earth behind. There were so many plotlines and characters left unexplored that I began to write new stories using the characters and settings from Tolkien’s universe. At the time I was unaware that there were many children and adults across the United States who were enthusiastically producing similar works of fanfiction and publishing them in personal fan magazines (zines) or distributing them privately… Expand

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