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Fan Fiction Websites
Archive of Our Own (AO3)
"The Organization for Transformative Works (OTW) is a nonprofit organization, established by fans in 2007, to serve the interests of fans by providing access to and preserving the history of fanworks and fan culture in its myriad forms. We believe that fanworks are transformative and that transformative works are legitimate. We are proactive and innovative in protecting and defending our work from commercial exploitation and legal challenge. We preserve our fannish economy, values, and creative expression by protecting and nurturing our fellow fans, our work, our commentary, our history, and our identity while providing the broadest possible access to fannish activity for all fans. The Archive of Our Own offers a noncommercial and nonprofit central hosting place for fanworks using open-source archiving software."
FanFiction.net is a website that hosts various fan communities, forums, and fan fiction!
Wattpad is a website that hosts a myriad of fan fiction, original work, writing and fan communities, and opportunities for burgeoning writers.
Tumblr is a community of fans, art enthusiasts, artists, and writers. You can post, share, reblog, write, and connect with likeminded people who share your interests!
Described as the world's largest art community, DeviantArt houses original art and fanart. We are the movement for the liberation of creative expression. Founded in August 2000, DeviantArt is the largest online social network for artists and art enthusiasts, and a platform for emerging and established artists to exhibit, promote, and share their works with an enthusiastic, art-centric community. DeviantArt states, "We believe that art is for everyone, and we're creating the cultural context for how it is created, discovered, and shared."