Monday, February 29

  • Remaining group presentations on fandom.
  • Bring a draft of a fanfic (blog post, HTML page, Twine, whatever) to share with your group, based on the fandom you’ve been studying.

Wednesday, March 2

  • Fan fiction assignment due before midnight on Friday, March 4.
    • Publish your fanfic in an online community.
    • Write a blog post in which you discuss:
      • The fanfic you wrote, including creative goals and choices.
      • The community you chose to publish it in.
      • Include a link to your published fanfic.
    • Share a link to your blog post in our Slack.
  • Readings:
  • Assignment (Due Monday):
    • Write a 6 word story and publish it on Twitter using the following hashtags: #engl3238 #6wordstory
    • Write a haiku and publish it on Twitter using the following hashtags: #engl3238 #haiku
    • Write a Twitter fiction (under 140 characters) and publish it on Twitter using the following hashtags: #engl3238 #twitfic

Written by Leonardo Flores

Leonardo Flores is a Professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico: Mayagüez Campus and the Treasurer for the Electronic Literature Organization. He was the 2012-2013 Fulbright Scholar in Digital Culture at the University of Bergen. His research areas are electronic literature, poetry, and preservation of first generation electronic...
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