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This Week in Fandom, Volume 113

Welcome to This Week in Fandom, the OTW’s roundup of things which are happening! Before we start, did you miss E3 this year? If so, don’t worry, there are plenty of roundups of the big stories from the expo. Happy gaming!


One of the big pieces of news to break this week was the story that author Suzanne Collins is writing a Hunger Games prequel. According to Cnet, the book will “explore the state of nature, who we are, and what we perceive is required for our survival” with a story set 64 years before the already-published trilogy. Read More

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This Week in Fandom, Volume 105

Welcome to This Week in Fandom, the OTW’s roundup of things which are happening! Before we start, did you know that AO3 is eligible to be nominated for a Hugo Award? It’s true! Find more information here on Dreamwidth. If you’re registered, please consider nominating AO3 for Best Related Work!


So Critical Role broke the internet a bit this week. On March 4th, they opened a Kickstarter campaign to raise US$750,000 for an animated special called The Legend of Vox Machina As of the time of writing, the campaign has raised over US$7 million! According to Variety, the Kickstarter was created after major streaming distributors declined the project. Read More

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This Week in Fandom, Volume 101

Welcome to This Week in Fandom, the OTW’s roundup of things which are happening! Before we start, happy new year to all! If you’re hoping to have a more positive fannish experience in 2019, Hypable has published a list of fandom-related new year’s resolution suggestions.


A major event in the world of copyright happened on January first. According to Lifehacker, 1923 works just entered the public domain, the first time this has happened in 20 years, thanks to the “Sonny Bono Copyright Act” of 1998.

WBUR News published an article examining the creative implications of this event, which includes an interview with OTW co-founder and author Naomi Novik. Read More