In exciting news… I now have an ongoing column in Teen Vogue on fandom!
Here’s the blurb for Fan Service that’s front and center in the first installment “Who Actually Gets to “Escape” Into Fandom?“
Fan Service is a column by pop culture and fandom writer Stitch that looks at the highs and lows of fandom, and unpacks how what we do online, and for fun, connects back to the way we think about the offline world.
This first installment looks at how while fandom was a source of escapism for many people from the endless horrors of 2020, there was one glaring way that escapism fell short or excluded people… racism. How can fans of color expect to escape racism in fandom when racists… are here too?
Head on over to Teen Vogue (TEEN VOGUE!) to learn more about how fandom dropped the ball and how we can be better together in these spaces!
And if you liked what you read there and want more, every other week, we’ll do a deep dive into something critical OR celebratory of fandom, highlighting high and low points that even people in fandom tend to miss when they’re not looking for it.
I’m looking forward to fandom-ing with y’all!
3 thoughts on “Introducing… Fan Service @ Teen Vogue”
Congratulations!!!! I am very happy for you 🙂
You will reach such a huge audience with these articles, and hopefully that will influence fans to think about their performance of fandom, in ways they haven’t before.
And good luck!!!
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