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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.

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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