Category:Meta on Mailing Lists
This category is for fannish meta that was posted to mailing lists.
Pages in category "Meta on Mailing Lists"
The following 90 pages are in this category, out of 90 total.
- Changing Fandom Culture
- Changing People's Attitudes, or, How to Attract New People to Zines
- Characterization questions
- Christmas Wish List For The Mailing List
- Confessions of a Failed Slash Slut
- Cons - why we do it and what we want?
- Convoluted Writing Thoughts
- The Cost of Netfic
- "Crossing the Line: 'Netfans' and 'Printfans'"
- "I don't care" can be asbestos shielding -- and a simple statement of fact.
- I had something of an epiphany a while back.
- I have a few male friends with whom I have a close, intense relationship.
- I'm beginning to think I'm the only one suffering from Post-Con Depression, but I know that that can't possibly be true.
- In response to the current topic of erotic stories versus erotic art.
- Internet Fans Controversy Du Jour (Sandy Herrold)
- Is slash a lifetime commitment?
- It's not like I never read h/c stories or that I hate them all.
- Mailing List Culture and Critical Discussion of Fanworks
- Mary Sue: 2000 Comments by Flamingo
- Media West, Fan Q's and slash fans
- Melissa Meditations: A White Buffalo Calf, A Miracle, and a Sacrifice
- Meme, Enthymeme
- Monster Slayer/Child of Water aka The Mythology Behind the 'Mythology'
- More on gender, late at night
- My life in slash, and BNFs
- The Secret to Handling Criticism
- The Semi-Annual Slash, Anti-Slash Debate
- Slash & Realism
- Slash Origins: YOU'RE ALL WRONG!
- Slash vs. PC
- So what is the difference between a gen story and a slash story?
- Standby Theories for the Inexplicable Poor Taste of Fans
- Star Trek, Blake's 7, and Pros AUs
- Structuring Your Vid: Knowing Your Audience
- Sympathetic Questions
- War Tutorial
- The Wave Theory of Slash
- The Wave Theory of Slash Revisited
- Well, *of course* we need to heartily discuss every nuance of the origins and definitions of slash!
- What *is* slash?
- What constitutes 'old-time'?
- Who is Fanfiction Written For, the Reader or the Writer?
- Worldbuilding, "Inclination", Alternate Universes, and the Creation of Vulcan
- Writers vs Publishers
- Writing Profic and Fanfic