On winning GISHWHES (Greatest Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen), which enacts the fannish/digital ethos of playful creativity, experimentation, and community awareness in the world.
Part 3 of a 7 part series on LeakyCon focuses on the production of fandom by the “Starkids” theater troupe as well as those fans who call themselves simply “Starkids.”
“You know how sometimes when you’re really really focused…you forget that you’re a person? You forget that anything exists at all?”
“My love’s too big for you my love”: an offering for those who admired Alexander Doty and his work (as well as those who enjoy Glee’s Kurt Hummel).
(Why) Do we need the term acafandom?
Does Pretty Little Liars hold the key to millennial narrative construction?
This post explores social power and millennial television. Where have we come from Veronica Mars’ Lily to Pretty Little Liars’ Alison? What do we make of this fascinatingly repeated trope of the dead, sexually-promiscuous girl who haunts the narrative in potent flashback?
Over the past few weeks, we’ve had the opportunity to watch a fandom take root at double speed. And despite the purpose of this Antenna series, I’m not talking about Mad Men.
Taking power away from a man is a dangerous thing. Or so says high-stakes attorney Patty Hewes of FX’s Damages.