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A blissful return to 'Downton Abbey' in New York City

From the moment you step into a nondescript building near Columbus Circle in New York City, you are transported from Manhattan to the beloved and fictional Downton Abbey in England. “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” allows fans to once again fall in love with the lives and stories of the Crawley...

Four great new fiction titles for teens and John Green fans

Young fans of 'Star Wars,' John Green novels and mysteries will want to check out these new titles for teen readers.        

Thornton P. Knowles On Using Flashbacks In A Novel

I'm not a fan of the flashback. As a reader, I find a story riddled with flashbacks confusing and annoying. If you get the urge to insert a flashback into your fiction, stop writing and take a nap. If you still insist on putting a flashback into your story after you get up, go ahead and do it. Show More Summary

Ezra Koenig Hints at New Season of ‘Neo Yokio’

Fans of Ezra Koenig’s animated series Neo Yokio ought to brace themselves this year. After the first season was successfully unveiled on Netflix last September, Koenig recently hinted that more from the fictional universe could be on the way. Set in the postmodern city of Neo Yokio, essentially a futuristic cross between Manhattan and Tokyo, Neo Yokio […]

How Teenage Girls Think Gay Men Have Sex, According to Fan Fiction

last weekLGBT / Gay : Out.com

The largest producers of gay erotica could learn a thing or two about gay sex.

5 Enchanting Books For Fans of Once Upon a Time

Knowing that it is our last season in Storybrooke makes every episode of Once Upon a Time that much sweeter... but we're already planning our next fictional adventure. Whether you found yourself rooting for bad-boy Captain Hook or the sweet Prince Charming, these magical books will give you all the enchanting vibes you'll come to miss after the final episode airs.

‘Showgirls’ Honest Trailer: That Movie You Used to Watch on Mute as a Kid

This weekend brings Fifty Shades Freed to theaters, ending the poorly arousing erotic trilogy of films that began as Twilight fan fiction years ago. But over 20 years ago, there was another movie that was all the rage in Hollywood that failed to turn anyone on, and it was called Showgirls. Show More Summary

At the Table of Wolves

As you know, I was a big fan of Kay Kenyon's The Entire and the Rose and I've always felt that she never got the credit she deserved for that science fiction series. In any event, I wasn't even aware that she had started writing a new project titled the Dark Talents. Show More Summary

Hulu's 'Castle Rock' Looks Like A Deviously Engrossing Star-Studded Tale

3 weeks agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Hulu is adding to its original programming with the series Castle Rock. Stephen King fans will recognize the fictional town from it being the town where all of the terrifying and supernatural happenings occur. The Hulu series is taking all...

‘A turducken of treason’: Samantha Bee rips Nunes memo as ‘fun little fan fiction he wrote in his spare time’

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

“Full Frontal” host Samantha Bee on Wednesday slammed Devin Nunes’ (R-CA) anti-FBI memo as “fan fiction,” joking the House Intelligence Committee chairman’s efforts to undermine the Russia investigation is “like a turducken of treason [and] tastes bitter like the ashes of our democracy.” In her...

Star Trek: Discovery is exciting, but not much else

I’ve been trying to cut back on my use of “fan fiction” as a pejorative. It’s the sort of vague, over-done descriptive term that can mean everything and nothing, like calling someone you don’t like a “hipster” and just assuming everyone agrees exactly what “hipster” means. So when I say Star Trek: Discovery is like… Read more...

Fact and fiction regarding The Incredibles 2 movie release.

With a release date set for this year, fans of the first Incredibles 2 are wondering what to expect. The film is a highly anticipated sequel 10 years on! The post Fact and fiction regarding The Incredibles 2 movie release. appeared first on The Movie Blog.

The Walking Dead Is Getting Sued By The Mother Of Stuntman Who Died In On-Set Accident

And while Walking Dead fans may be mourning the fictional characters from the apocalyptic drama, a real life fatality occurred earlier this year when a stuntman took a massive fall onset.

Sci-Fi And Fantasy Creators Share Memories Of Ursula K. Le Guin, The Woman Who Changed The Literary World

Science fiction and fantasy fans were shocked yesterday when it was announced that Ursula K. Le Guin, the iconic author of science fiction and fantasy works such as The Left Hand of Darkness, had passed away at 88 years old. Authors,...Show More Summary

Ursula K. Le Guin, the spiritual mother of generations of writers; John Scalzi pays tribute

It’s less than an hour since the news broke that Ursula K. Le Guin has died and right now my Twitter feed, populated as it is with science fiction and fantasy writers, editors and fans, is a single, unbroken string of testimonials. N.K. Jemisin, who won back-to-back Hugo Awards for her novels “The...

How Romance Writers Are Thriving In The Gig Economy

4 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"Although few have reached the flabbergasting success of “Fifty Shades” author E.L. James, a former fan fiction writer whose net worth now totals more than $58 million, I found that the median income for romance authors has tripled in the e-book era. And more and more are earning a six-figure income. This uptick occurred as other types […]

YouTube Millionaires: Feast Of Fiction Hosts Are “Real Fans” Of The Franchises That Inspire Their Dishes

last monthWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

The foods made famous by fictional franchises are the backbone of Jimmy Wong and Ashley Adams' long-running collaboration. Wong and Adams are the co-hosts of Feast Of Fiction, a YouTube channel that recently surpassed one million subscribers. Show More Summary

Original Stephen King Manuscripts Destroyed in Heartbreaking Bookstore Flood

Just over one year ago, Stephen King super fan Gerald Winters moved to Bangor, Maine, which King fans know as the real-life town that inspired the fictional Derry, Maine. His goal was to open up a bookstore that would serve as the ultimate Stephen King tribute museum, and he did just that when he opened […]

This Voldemort origin story is the ‘Harry Potter’ fan film you didn’t know you needed

Comic book cinematic universes like Marvel's and DC's may be all the rage this decade, but years before Iron Man introduced us to Nick Fury or Batman decided to unite the Justice League, there was yet another fictional world that everyone wanted to explore. Show More Summary

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