This episode is the first in a series of special episodes on fandom in the world of ice and fire. This episode focuses on fan fiction and how we imagine the relationship between the author and the text.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Jenkins, H. 2009, Confronting the challenges of participatory culture: Media education for the 21st century, MIT Press.
- #NewPalmyra: https://newpalmyra.org/
- Barthes, R. 1968, The death of the author.
- Foucault, M. 1969, What is an author? (Lecture at the Collège de France).
- Daniel Radcliffe on J. K. Rowling: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/2020/06/08/daniel-radcliffe-responds-to-j-k-rowlings-tweets-on-gender-identity/
- Witch Please podcast: http://ohwitchplease.ca
- "George RR Martin on Why He Hates Fan Fiction": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5g9-pfIImw&feature=youtu.be
- "George R.R. Martin: The Rolling Stone Interview": https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/george-r-r-martin-the-rolling-stone-interview-242487/
- Fathallah, J. 2016, "Statements and silence: fanfic paratexts for ASOIAF/Game of Thrones," Continuum, 30(1), pp.75-88.
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