Fanning Out

Delve deeper into the expansive universe of fan fiction with our bonus list of more popular websites you can visit to read—and post—fan work.
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Delve deeper into the expansive universe of fan fiction with our bonus list of more popular websites you can visit to read—and post—fan work.

By Jessica Grieser

Wattpad

www.wattpad.com

A website for all fiction; fan fiction is its fastest-growing subcategory.

Adult Fan Fiction

www.adultfanfiction.net

AFF is a repository for fan fiction geared toward the over-18 crowd, with an emphasis on erotica. (The website Fanfiction.net restricts stories to those appropriate for 13-year-olds and up.)

Goodreads

www.goodreads.com/story

Goodreads has a section for creative writing, which accepts fan fiction submissions.

Fanlore

www.fanlore.org

A Wiki covering multiple fandoms; contains links to archives and articles on fan history.

Fanfiction Directory

www.fanfiction-directory.com

A privately maintained listing of major archive sites for multiple fandoms.

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