Fannish Practices

  • Revelamos-te a nossa surpresa para o IFD

    By Sofia on Friday, 15 January 2016 - 5:32pm
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    Banner av Ania som firar Internationella dagen för verk av fans och visar olika typer av verk av fans som cosplay, text och visuell konst.

    Como mencionámos no mês passado, a OTW (Organização para Obras Transformativas) irá realizar vários eventos para o Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs (IFD) novamente este ano.

    No dia 15 de fevereiro, iremos celebrar o Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs em todos os fusos horários. Abaixo podes encontrar uma lista com o que a OTW está a patrocinar, mas gostaríamos que deixasses um comentário sobre outros eventos e atividades de que tenhas conhecimento, para que possamos publicitá-los.

    1. Festival de Feedback:
      Toda a gente que cria e partilha obras de fãs adora ouvir as opiniões de quem desfrutou delas, por isso estamos a realizar um Festival de Feedback para celebrar as obras que adoramos. Participa deixando um comentário no nosso artigo sobre o Festival de Feedback entre os dias 10 e 15 de fevereiro com as tuas recomendações ou um link para uma publicação tua com recomendações. Partilha aquilo que adoras sobre obras de fãs, ao mesmo tempo que encorajas outras pessoas a deixar feedback também. Poderás até ganhar um presente!
    2. Desafio para obras de fãs curtas: Agarra a tua tablet, o teu portátil ou o teu telemóvel e cria uma pequena obra de fã sobre o seguinte tópico:

      De que coisas é a tua personagem favorita (ou o teu par favorito) fã? Por exemplo:

      • O que acontece quando as Potências do Eixo e as Forças Aliadas de Hetalia competem no jogo The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim?
      • O Sapo Cocas alguma vez fez cosplay do Yoda?
      • O que acontece quando Os Vingadores decidem fazer uma pausa na sua guerra civil para passarem uma tarde a discutir entusiasmadamente Hamilton?

      Publica o teu haiku, drabble, drawble, vídeo curto, obra de áudio ou outro formato no dia 15 de Fevereiro e usa a tag #IFDShare no Tumblr, Facebook, Dreamwidth ou outro local que gostes. E se publicares a tua obra no Archive of Our Own – AO3 (O Nosso Próprio Arquivo), usa a tag International Fanworks Day 2016 (Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs 2016).

      Se não tiver conteúdo explícito, poderemos até publicitar a tua obra!

    3. O que Significam as Obras de Fãs para Mim: Em dezembro, publicámos um pedido para contribuires com um ensaio sobre o que significam para ti as obras de fãs. Iremos publicar artigos por pessoas convidadas nas Notícias da OTW até dia 15 de fevereiro com alguns dos resultados. Mas se perdeste a tua oportunidade de participar, a tag #IFDShare funciona também para meta! Conta como é que sentes e ajuda a espalhar as celebrações para o Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs.
    4. Ativismo de Fãs: o Comité Legal da OTW há muito que trabalha para proteger as obras de fãs. Pediram recentemente histórias de fãs de todo o mundo sobre as repercussões que as notificações e retiradas têm nas fandoms. Alguma vez recebeste uma notificação de retirada, ou conheces alguém que tenha passado por esta situação? O que fizeste? Como te sentiste? Alguma das tuas obras de fãs, ou uma obra que tenhas adorado, já foi alguma vez removida? Por favor submete informação que tenhas até ao dia 28 de fevereiro. Ajuda a OTW a explicar aos governos mundiais que as obras de fãs são importantes para ti!
    5. Jogos e Chat para Fãs: No próprio dia 15 de fevereiro iremos ter um chat na sala de chat para Discusão Pública da OTW em todos os fusos horários. Junta-te a nós entre as 16:00 UTC do dia 14 de fevereiro e as 06:00 UTC do dia 16 de fevereiro para partilhar obras de fãs ou jogar jogos como concursos de conhecimento geral ou Cards Against Humanity (Cartas Contra a Humanidade). Poderás até ganhar um prémio!

    Agora que já te revelámos a nossa surpresa, é a tua vez de nos revelares o que as tuas fandoms têm planeado para o IFD, deixando um comentário aqui ou um link para a tua publicação noutro local!

    Este artigo de notícias foi traduzido pela equipa voluntária de tradução da OTW. Para saberes mais sobre o nosso trabalho, visita a página de Tradução em transformativeworks.org.

  • We'll Show You Ours for IFD

    By Janita Burgess on Friday, 15 January 2016 - 5:16pm
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    Banner created by Ania celebrating International Fanworks Day, featuring various fanworks including cosplay, text, and visual art.

    As we mentioned last month, the OTW will be hosting events for International Fanworks Day again this year.

    On February 15th we'll be celebrating International Fanworks Day across all timezones. Below we have a few things listed that the OTW is sponsoring but we'd like you to let us know, in comments, about other events and activities you're aware of so that we can signal boost them.

    1. Feedback Fest: Everyone who creates and shares fanworks loves hearing from the people who enjoyed it, so we're hosting a Feedback Fest to celebrate the works that we love. Participate by leaving a comment to our Feedback Fest post between February 10-15 with either your recs or a link to your post elsewhere with your recs. Share what you love about fanworks while encouraging others to leave feedback, too. You may even win a gift!

    2. Short fanworks challenge: Get out your tablet, your laptop, or your phone and create a short fanwork on the following topic:

      What does your favorite character—or your favorite pairing—get fannish over? For example:

      • What happens when Hetalia's Axis Powers and Allied Forces compete in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim?
      • Has Kermit the Frog ever cosplayed as Yoda?
      • What happens when the Avengers take a break from civil war and instead take an afternoon to fan squee over Hamilton?

      Post your haiku, drabble, drawble, short vid, audio work or other format on February 15th and tag it #IFDShare on tumblr, Facebook, Dreamwidth, or wherever you fan. And if you post it on Archive of Our Own, tag it with the International Fanworks Day 2016 tag.

      Keep it safe-for-work, and we may give you a signal boost!

    3. What Fanworks Mean to Me: In December, we sent out a call for essay contributions about what fanworks mean to you. We'll be distributing guest posts through OTW News between now and February 15 with some of the results. But if you missed your chance to participate, #IFDShare is also for meta! Let people know how you feel and help spread the International Fanworks Day celebrations.

    4. Fan Activism: OTW's Legal Committee has long worked to protect fanworks. They have recently asked for stories from fans worldwide on how notice and takedown is impacting fandom. Have you, or anyone you know, been the subject of a takedown notice? What did you do about it? How did it feel? Have you had a fanwork of your own removed, or has a work you loved been removed? Please submit information you have by February 28. Help the OTW let governments around the globe know that fanworks are important to you!

    5. Games and Fan Chat: On February 15th itself we'll be hosting a chat in the OTW's Public Discussion chatroom through all timezones. Join us between 16:00 UTC 14 February and 06:00 UTC 16 February to share fanworks, or play games such as trivia contests or a Cards Against Humanity game. You might even win a prize!

    Now that we've shown you ours, please show us your fandom's plans for IFD, either by commenting here or linking us to your post elsewhere!

  • OTW Fannews: Self-Defining

    By Kirsten Korona on Tuesday, 5 January 2016 - 5:54pm
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    • An article at The Mary Sue proposed talking to leaders in the fanfic and fanart worlds to get a better sense of what inspired them to create, how they feel about the higher profile, and how they see their work being devalued—not just in the media but from within the assumed safe space of fandom." The article discussed community, representation, bullying, and mocking of fanworks.
    • MTV.com promoted a video produced by Amplify with fangirls defining themselves by what they weren't, including taking a stand against RPS, and stalking celebrities. Amplify promotes music performers and is a Twitter-specific outlet that will utilize its auto play video. "As the ultimate live platform, we see Twitter as the ideal distribution network to reach a global audience instantly with the content they want to see and can’t get anywhere else. We want to create the MTV of 2015, reacting to news, music, technology, pop culture, and influencers within the hour.”
    • Following the trend of an increasing number of music and social media personalities, Officially K Music promoted VAV's selection of a fandom name after voting took place on their social media accounts. However originality is becoming a problem. "Since Vamps was already chosen as a fandom name for another band, they changed the “s” to a “z” and viola! Vampz was created!"
    • The New Statesman reminded people that fandoms aren't exclusively for any one gender. "[Y]ou might not have noticed that you were surrounded by female Star Wars fans all these years because you were the one who rendered them invisible. Women who like things such as Star Wars, or comics, or anything else that leads journalists to write those painful 'not just for boys anymore' trend stories, have had to take it from all sides. Enthusiasm for something seen as the province of men clashes with mainstream perceptions of femininity. Even women liking this stuff in the context of traditionally feminized fan spaces, like fanfiction, find themselves fending off assumptions from men and women alike, perhaps the accusation that they are sexualizing something too much, or they are placing too much weight on the emotional elements of a storyline. Basically, that they’re liking the thing the wrong way."

    Fanlore was created on the principle that having fans define themselves and include their many points of view was the best way to create a fandom resource. Help build it by starting an account and adding in your own experiences!

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • OTW Fannews: Published Fanfiction

    By Claudia Rebaza on Sunday, 3 January 2016 - 4:26pm
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    A man hammers a chisel into a stone table 'OTW Fan News Published Fanfiction

    • The release of two books has continued to spread discussion about fanfiction. The Guardian wrote about Stephanie Meyers' genderswapped Twilight. "Life and Death is apparently a demonstration of how anyone, male or female, would react in the same way to a sexy, immortal love interest. But I'm not sure it exactly plays out like that. The idea of a moody teenage boy going gooey over a centuries-old, mysterious, super-strong woman who can fly feels revolutionary. Add in the fact that the book is from his point of view, allowing pages of moping about whether or not this powerful older woman actually likes him, and a pack of lady werewolves, and this is sounding like the book I’ve been waiting to read all my life."
    • Rainbow Rowell's Carry On has been featured in many an article that draws attention to its fanfic focus, though not necessarily in depth. The L.A. Times instead focused on the growth of diversity since Harry Potter debuted. The Guardian notices similar pushbacks but ties them closely to fanfic. "Carry On is in conversation with much of our popular culture... characters and plot points in Carry On can feel like direct rebuttals at times. Like the best fan fiction, this is one of the book’s chief pleasures: the way it simultaneously talks to these texts, pushes back at them and challenges them critically, while still letting the reader get lost in the world that Rowell has created."
    • Slate also focused on the positive influence of fanfic. "You’re able to see the characters in the moment, rather than burdened by years of history. You skip the world-building and get right to the drama and emotion. And you’re definitely able to just go with it when the story takes a turn for the slash. In Fangirl, at one point Cath gets in trouble in her creative writing class for turning in fan fiction. Her professor insists that it doesn’t count if she didn’t create the characters and the world in the first place. But Carry On makes a case for fan fiction’s literary legitimacy. It’s not easy to mimic, deconstruct, and remix the elements of a magical world in the way Rowell has here."
    • The Daily Dot most directly used the novel to discuss fanfiction at large. "Carry On isn't just fanfiction; rather, fanfiction itself is never just fanfiction. This is the thing that we who write fanfiction have so much trouble getting across to people unfamiliar with the medium. Carry On contain's Rowell's own original work, her own branching-off into something new--new characterizations, character dynamics, ways of thinking about the tropes that started with Rowling, and takes on magic and worldbuilding. It's absolutely fanfiction, but it's also something entirely her own. This is what we mean when we call fanfiction transformative work."

    What have you seen as the most direct influence of fanfiction on literature? Write about it in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • OTW Fannews: Paying Tribute

    By Claudia Rebaza on Tuesday, 29 December 2015 - 5:14pm
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    • Canada's National Post reported on the 141st birthday of Lucy Maud Montgomery by citing not only the various incarnations and tributes to Anne of Green Gables but also its fanfiction. "Anne fans are pretty prolific in the fan fiction department, filling up the corners of the Internet with stories devoted to Anne’s experiences with postpartum depression or Anne and Gilbert’s romance (some are not as...chaste as the originals)."
    • Tech Times reported on a Hannibal anthology of fanworks. "So, why focus on fan fiction surrounding Hannibal? 'It was a combination of both my interest in starting a fandom press in general and my love and admiration for the show,' Fleck said. 'After doing Brooklyn last year, I knew I wanted to eventually attempt another fanbook, but I had planned on waiting at least another year before doing it due to the time commitment. Watching Season 3 of Hannibal unfold changed that plan — the finale was the nail in the coffin, I knew Hannibal was something really special and I wanted to do a Hannibal book.'"
    • WhoSay wrote about the short film "Fan Friction” produced for RocketJump: The Show. "The opportunity to have a story about two female characters and their friendship was really important, particularly because in geek and nerd culture there's a lot of hostility towards women historically. So it was an important and deliberate choice to make it two female characters. The goal with the short was to make it a love letter to female fans of nerdy stuff. Ideally that will make them feel included into a world where they are often excluded from."
    • Deadline wrote about a planned documentary focusing on Phantom of the Paradise fandom. "Phantom of Winnipeg will tell the story of that fan community and how it’s still going strong today. Like a concentrated and highly idiosyncratic Rocky Horror Picture Show, the film found in Winnipeg a devoted audience of, weirdly, 9 to 13-year-olds, who bought hundreds of tickets. Phantom actually outsold Jaws in its initial release, and local sales of the soundtrack helped the album go gold in Canada. The film also spawned 'Phantompalooza,' a local festival held biannually since 2004."

    What fandoms and parts of fan culture do you think should be remembered? Write about them in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • Internationella dagen för verk av fans är på väg

    By Zsuzsa Gábor on Tuesday, 15 December 2015 - 5:22pm
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    Banner av Ania som firar Internationella dagen för verk av fans och visar olika typer av verk av fans som cosplay, text och visuell konst.

    Internationella dagen för verk av fans äger rum 15:e februari 2016. OTW (Organisationen för Transformativa Verk) håller på att planera firandet, men vi vill också veta vad du kommer att göra!

    Vad är Internationella dagen för verk av fans?

    Det är en dag för att fira fans kreativitet i alla dess former, över hela världen. Vare sig vi använder text, bilder, ljud eller multimedia, och oavsett vilket land eller språk verken kommer från, så använder vi verk av fans för att uttrycka vår uppskattning för våra fandoms och forma våra egna gemenskaper och traditioner. På Internationella dagen för verk av fans vill vi att fans överallt ska visa hur viktiga verk av fans är för dem.

    Berätta för oss om vad verk av fans betyder för dig

    Vi kommer att berätta om OTW-sponsrade aktiviteter nästa månad, men dessförinnan skulle vi vilja höra vad du har för planer för att fira. Vi skulle också vilja få höra vad verk av fans betyder för dig.

    Låt oss få höra vad du tycker och tänker (max 500 ord) via vårt kontaktformulär senast 1:a januari. Vi kommer att välja ut max sex bidrag som publiceras i OTW Nyheter mellan 15:e januari och 15:e februari som en del av våra förberedelser inför nästa års internationella dag för verk av fans.

    När du skickar in formuläret, var vänlig att meddela:

    1. Hur du vill att vi skriver ditt namn eller din pseudonym
    2. Vilket land som är 'hemma' för dig

    Det går bra att skriva på vilket språk som helst!

    Detta nyhetsinlägg har översatts av OTWs översättarvolontärer. För att lära dig mer om vårt arbete, besök sidan för Översättning på transformativeworks.org.

  • Kansainvälinen faniteosten päivä on tulossa

    By Meep on Tuesday, 15 December 2015 - 5:21pm
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    Anian tekemä banneri, joka juhlistaa kansainvälisten faniteosten päivää esittelemällä erilaista fanitaidetta, mm. cosplaytä, tekstiä ja kuvataidetta.

    Kansainvälinen faniteosten päivä on täällä taas 15. helmikuuta 2016. OTW (Transformatiivisten teosten järjestö) tekee jo suunnitelmia päivän juhlimiseksi, mutta haluamme myös tietää, mitä sinä teet!

    Mikä on kansainvälinen faniteosten päivä?

    Päivä, jona kaikkialla maailmassa pyritään nostamaan ihmisten tietoisuuteen fanien luovuus kaikissa muodoissaan. Oli kyse sitten tekstistä, kuvista, äänestä tai multimediasta, millä tahansa kielellä ja missä tahansa maassa luotuna, faniteokset julistavat rakkautta fandomeja kohtaan ja ovat meille keino luoda omia yhteisöjä ja perinteitä. Kansainvälisenä faniteosten päivänä (International Fanworks Day, IFD) toivomme fanien kaikkialla näyttävän, miten tärkeitä faniteokset ovat heille.

    Kerro meille, mitä faniteokset sinulle merkitsevät

    Julkistamme erilaisia OTW:n tukemia aktiviteetteja ensi kuussa, mutta sitä ennen haluaisimme kuulla sinun juhlasuunnitelmistasi. Lisäksi toivomme sinun kertovan, mitä faniteokset merkitsevät juuri sinulle.

    Voit lähettää meille ajatuksiasi aiheesta (korkeintaan 500 sanaa) Viestinnän yhteydenottolomakkeen kautta 1. tammikuuta asti. Valikoimme lähetetyistä teksteistä enintään kuusi julkaistaviksi OTW:n Uutisissa 15. tammikuuta ja 15. helmikuuta välisenä aikana osana johdantona seuraavan vuoden IFD:hen.

    Jos osallistut, muistathan viestissäsi kertoa meille:

    1. Miten haluat, että merkitsemme nimesi tai nimimerkkisi tekstin yhteyteen
    2. Mistä maasta olet kotoisin

    Kaikilla kielillä lähetetyt tekstit ovat tervetulleita!

    Tämän uutispostauksen käänsivät OTW:n vapaaehtoiset kääntäjät. Jos haluat lukea lisää työstämme, käy tutustumassa Käännös-toimikunnan osioon transformativeworks.org-sivustolla.

  • O Dia Internacional de Obras de Fãs está chegando

    By Meep on Tuesday, 15 December 2015 - 5:20pm
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    Banner criado por Ania celebrando o Dia Internacional de Obras de Fãs, com diversos tipos de obras, como cosplay, textos e artes visuais.

    O Dia Internacional de Obras de Fãs será no dia 15 de fevereiro de 2016. A OTW (Organização para Obras Transformativas) já está se preparando, mas também queremos saber o que você vai fazer para comemorar!

    O que é o Dia Internacional de Obras de Fãs?

    É um dia para promover todas as formas de criatividade de fãs no mundo inteiro. Seja em texto, imagem, áudio ou multimídia, em qualquer nação ou idioma, utilizamos obras de fãs para expressar nosso amor por nossos fandoms e construir nossas próprias comunidades e tradições. No Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs, queremos que fãs de todos os lugares nos mostrem o quão importantes essas obras são para eles.

    Diga-nos o que obras de fãs significam para você

    Nós vamos anunciar atividades realizadas pela OTW no mês que vem, mas enquanto isso gostaríamos de ouvir quais são os seus planos para comemorar. Também queremos saber o que obras de fãs significam para você.

    Mande-nos suas opiniões (com no máximo 500 palavras) por meio de nosso formulário de contato até o dia 1º de janeiro.
    Nós vamos selecionar até seis contribuições para serem publicados na página de notícias da OTW entre o dia 15 de janeiro e o dia 15 de fevereiro como parte dos preparativos para o Dia Internacional de Obras de Fãs.

    Quando enviar sua opinião, por favor nos diga:

    1. Como você gostaria que seu nome/pseudônimo seja mencionado
    2. Que país você chama de seu

    Aceitamos contribuições em qualquer idioma!

    Esta notícia foi traduzida pela equipe voluntária de tradução da OTW. Para saber mais sobre o nosso trabalho, visite a página da Tradução no site transformativeworks.org.

  • Está a Chegar o Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs

    By Meep on Tuesday, 15 December 2015 - 5:19pm
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    Imagem criada por Ania para celebrar o Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs, apresentando vários tipos de obras de fãs, incluindo cosplay, texto e arte visual.

    O Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs será no dia 15 de fevereiro de 2016. A OTW (Organização para Obras Transformativas) está a fazer preparativos para celebrar este dia, mas gostaríamos também de saber o que tu tencionas fazer!

    O que é o Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs?

    É um dia para promover a criatividade de fãs em todas as suas formas, pelo mundo inteiro. Seja texto, imagem, áudio ou multimédia e independentemente da nação ou língua de origem, usamos as nossas obras como fãs para exprimir amor pelas nossas fandoms e construir as nossas próprias comunidades e tradições. No Dia Internacional das Obras de Fãs (IFD), queremos que fãs de todo o mundo mostrem quão importantes para si são estas obras.

    Diz-nos o que Significam para Ti as Obras de Fãs

    Anunciaremos várias atividades patrocinadas pela OTW durante o próximo mês, mas entretanto gostaríamos de ouvir os teus planos para celebrar este dia. Gostaríamos também que nos dissesses o que significam para ti as obras de fãs.

    Envia-nos a tua opinião (até 500 palavras) através do nosso formulário de contacto com a comité de Comunicação até ao dia 1 de janeiro. Iremos selecionar um máximo de seis submissões para publicar nas Notícias da OTW entre os dias 15 de janeiro e 15 de fevereiro como parte das nossas preparações para o IFD do próximo ano.

    Na tua submissão, por favor inclui:

    1. Que nome/pseudónimo gostarias que fosse apresentado
    2. O país que consideras a tua casa

    Aceitamos submissões em qualquer língua!

    Este artigo de notícias foi traduzido pela equipa voluntária de tradução da OTW. Para saberes mais sobre o nosso trabalho, visita a página de Tradução em transformativeworks.org.

  • Der International Fanworks Day kommt!

    By Zsuzsa Gábor on Tuesday, 15 December 2015 - 5:17pm
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    Banner erstellt von Ania, das den International Fanworks Day feiert und zahlreiche Fanwerke inklusive Cosplay, Text und visueller Kunst beinhaltet.

    Der International Fanworks Day findet am 15. Februar 2016 statt. Die OTW (Organisation für Transformative Werke) plant, diesen Tag zu feiern, aber wir möchten auch wissen, was Du tun wirst!

    Was ist der International Fanworks Day?

    Ein Tag, um Fankreativität in all ihren Formen überall auf der Welt zu fördern. Ob in Form von Texten, als Bilder, Audio oder Multimedia, und mit welcher Herkunftsnation und Muttersprache auch immer, wir verwenden Fanwerke, um Liebe für unsere Fandoms auszudrücken und unsere eigenen Gemeinschaften und Traditionen zu formen. Am International Fanworks Day (IFD) möchten wir, dass Fans überall auf der Welt zeigen, wie wichtig Fanwerke für sie sind.

    Erzähle uns, was Fanwerke für Dich bedeuten

    Wir werden im nächsten Monat OTW-geförderte Aktivitäten ankündigen, aber in der Zwischenzeit würden wir gerne von Deinen Feier-Plänen hören. Wir würden Dich außerdem gerne dazu bringen, uns zu erzählen, was Fanwerke Dir bedeuten.

    Schicke uns Deine Gedanken (bis zu 500 Wörter) über unser Kommunikationskontaktformular bis zum 1. Januar. Wir werden bis zu sechs Einreichungen zur Veröffentlichung in den OTW News vom 15. Januar bis zum 15. Februar auswählen, als Teil unserer Aktionen im Vorfeld des IFD im nächsten Jahr.

    Wenn Du etwas einreichst, sag uns bitte:

    1. Wie möchtest Du Deinen Namen/Dein Pseudonym genannt sehen
    2. Welches Land nennst Du Deine Heimat

    Einreichungen sind in allen Sprachen willkommen!

    Dieser Newsbeitrag wurde von freiwilligen ÜbersetzerInnen der OTW übersetzt. Um mehr über uns und was wir tun herauszufinden, schau auf der transformativeworks.org-Seite des Übersetzungsteams vorbei.

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