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How to be a Responsible Fan

As you may know, Wanderers, we’re going to be leaving you for a while, so we wanted to make sure you’ve got a quick reference guide to the kind of things we’ve been trying to promote. So, without further ado, … Continue reading

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I Like Him: Sense and Sensibility

You may have noticed, dear Wanderers, that we have a few Jane Austen fans hanging around the office (I mean the ones that work here, there aren’t just random fans loitering outside shouting ‘Why haven’t you interviewed Jane yet?’) – … Continue reading

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Fandom As a Port in a Storm

Life, Wanderers, can have its ups and downs. Sometimes, the downs just seem to keep coming, building up until the whole world is just a series of crashing, thunderous things you have to deal with. And when that happens, it’s … Continue reading

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Fandom As an Alternative to Expensive Magic

Wanderers, I’d like to talk about Disneyland. Not just in general – well, yes, in general, I do love talking about the place – but specifically with regards to the reputation of the place. Few are those who’ve grown up … Continue reading

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Fandom As a Very Old Thing

Wanderers, we spend a lot of time in this here ‘zine talking about internet fandom. We also talk a lot about taking photos, making videos, and all sorts of modern technology-based fan activities. Young fans could be forgiven for thinking … Continue reading

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And Now the Weather: Welcome to Night Vale

Hello, Wanderers. Today we’re going to talk about community radio stations. These radio stations are run by members of their local community, as the name suggests, generally have a limited broadcast range, and usually focus on normal, mundane topics specifically … Continue reading

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Protecting Those You Don’t Know

Wanderers, it goes without saying that we’re quite fond of the people we’re fans of; it kind of goes with the territory. For whatever reason, we consider them worthy of admiration, and it can be disconcerting to find that others … Continue reading

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How to Take a Break from Fandom(s)

Wanderers, we’ve mentioned before that fandom is supposed to be fun. It’s often a coming-together of people who share similar interests and values. But sometimes, it all turns a bit sour, or you’re not feeling it just now, or you … Continue reading

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Fandom As a Potential Nightmare

Wanderers, I need you to use your imagination. Today, I’m putting you in the shoes of an actor you admire. It doesn’t matter which one; it can just be you, if you were an actor, if you like. The important … Continue reading

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The End is Never: The Stanley Parable

Wanderers, there are a lot of open-world games out there, most of which allow you to run around in circles like a headless chicken for fifteen hours without really impacting on your ability to eventually complete your objective and progress … Continue reading

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