Slash Bibliography

 

Slash Fiction Bibliography

For each entry I have provided as much information as I have been able to find.  Some of these essays are produced anonymously.  In each case I have at least provided the source for the article.

Bacon-Smith, Camille. 1992. Enterprising Women: Television Fandom and the Creation of Popular Myth. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press.

Barthelemy, Antony, University of Miami.  “Who Is That Masked Man? (Homo)sexual Dynamics in Interracial Buddy Television Series.”  GRAAT Issue # 2 – June 2007. http://www.graat.fr/queertv01.pdf

“Scott Brown on Sherlock Holmes, Obsessed Nerds, and Fan Fiction” by Scott Brown
http://www.wired.com/techbiz/people/magazine/17-05/pl_brown

Cicioni, Mirna. “Male Pair-Bonds and Female Desire in Fan Slash Writing.” Theorizing Fandom. Fans, Subculture, and Identity. Ed. Cheryl Harris and Alison Alexander. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton P, 1998.

Cumberland, Sharon.  “Private Uses of Cyberspace: Women, Desire, and Fan Culture.”  MIT Communications Forum.  http://web.mit.edu/comm-forum/papers/cumberland.html

Harris, Cheryl, and Alison Alexander, editors. “Normal Female Interest in Men Bonking:  Selections from The Terra Nostra Underground and Strange Bedfellows.” Theorizing Fandom. Fans, Subculture, and Identity. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton P, 1998. http://web.mit.edu/21fms/www/faculty/henry3/bonking.html.

Hellekson, Karen, and Kristina Busse.  Fan Fiction and Fan Communities in the Age of the Internet: New Essays.  McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2006.

Jung, Susanne. “Queering Popular Culture: Female Spectators and the Appeal of Writing Slash Fan Fiction.” Gender Forum, 8 (2004). http://www.genderforum.org/fileadmin/archiv/genderforum/queer/jung.html

Kustritz, Anne. 2003. “Slashing the Romance Narrative.” Journal of American Culture 26:371–84.

“Gender and Fan Culture (Round Thirteen, Parts One and Two)” by Anne Kustriz and Derek Johnson
http://henryjenkins.org/2007/08/gender_and_fan_culture_round_t_2.html

Mahalik, James R., Shaun M. Burns and Matthew Syzdek.  “Masculinity and Perceived Normative Health Behaviors as Predictors of Men’s Health Behaviors.”  Social Science & Medicine, Vol 64 No 11, June 2007, pp 2201-2209.

McLelland, Mark.  “Male Homosexuality and Popular Culture in Modern Japan.” Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context.  Issue 3 (January 2000).

Salmon, Catherine, and Don Symons, “Slash Fiction and Human Mating Psychology”, Journal of Sex Research. 22 Dec, 2009. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2372/is_1_41/ai_n6032945/

Shave, Rachel. 2004. “Slash Fandom on the Internet, or Is the Carnival Over?” Refractory 6. (http://www.refractory.unimelb.edu.au/journalissues/vol6/RShave.html)

Thrupkaew,Noy. “Fan/tastic Voyage:  A Journey Into the Wide, Wild World of Slash Fiction”.  Bitch Magazine (http://bitchmagazine.org/article/fan-tastic-voyage), 2003.

“What is Slash?” By The Brat Queen (http://trickster.org/symposium/symp139.html)

“Why Do I Like Slash? Plain Answers from a Het Woman” by Dark Twin (http://www.trickster.org/symposium/symp164.htm)

“Why I Write Slash” by Kass (http://www.trickster.org/symposium/symp15.htm)

“A Christian Perspective on Slash Fiction” by Marnie (http://www.trickster.org/symposium/symp165.htm)

“Good Slash/Bad Slash: Writing Realistic Same Sex Relationships” Contributed by Alpha 3760

“Where No Man Has Gone Before” by Paul Constant (http://www.newsweek.com/id/195963)

“Slash Fanfiction: A Personal Essay” by Celandine Brandybuck (http://www.trickster.org/symposium/symp158.html)

“Straight Women Reading” Gay Male Porn (http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/health/features/article725364.ece)

“Girls Love Gay Male Porn” (http://www.villagevoice.com/2008-05-13/columns/girls-love-gay-male-porn/)

“Women Writing Men Doing Men” on blog entitled “Teach Me Tonight:  Musings on Roman Fiction from an Academic Perspective” (http://teachmetonight.blogspot.com/2007/02/women-writing-men-doing-men.html)

“Women Writing M/M,” from Blog Entitled “Speak Its Name”

“Love in Dark Settings: Suspenseful Historical Fantasy, Friendship Fiction, and Gay Fiction, The M/M Fiction versus Gay Fiction Battle” by Dusk Peterson (http://duskpeterson.dreamwidth.org/70789.html)

“Slash Is Not Gay:  Homosexuality, Class and Fan Fiction Communities, A Historical Perspective”(http://blog.fanhistory.com/?p=1205)

“Isn’t Fandom (in the Slash-Writing, Character Sharing Sense) Usually Dominated by Women?” (http://www.lake-desire.com/newgameplus/?cat=9)

“What Makes a Show Eminently Slashable” by Joseph (http://www.trickster.org/symposium/symp92.html)

Note:  http://www.trickster.org/symposium/ is website entitled “The Fanfic Symposium” that is a no longer active.  The site provides a series of essays from published from 1999 through 2006.