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The Organization for Transformative Works (OTW) is a nonprofit organization established by fans 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.

This community is a mirror of the news posts published on our main website: Organization for Transformative Works. You can also find OTW News on various other sites around the web.

Contacting us: Our online contact form will reach the whole Communications team. Please don't hesitate to use it or to comment here.

Anonymous comments: Anonymous commenting is enabled. We ask that anonymous commenters sign some sort of name (something like "interested Fanlore user" or "first-time voter" is fine) so that we can tell people apart in threaded conversations.

We welcome all comments and suggestions; each one is read by the Communications committee. No comments have ever been deleted, nor will they be, unless they contain hate speech.



The Organization for Transformative Works (OTW) is a nonprofit organization run by and for fans to provide access to and preserve the history of fanworks and fan cultures.

We do this primarily through five projects:

Archive of Our Own

The Archive of Our Own offers a noncommercial and nonprofit central hosting place for fanfiction and other transformative fanworks, using open-source archiving software.

Fanlore

Fanlore, a fandom wiki, is devoted to preserving the history of transformative fanworks and the fandoms from which they have arisen.

Legal Advocacy

OTW is committed to protecting and defending fanworks from commercial exploitation and legal challenge.

Open Doors

Open Doors offers shelter to at-risk fannish projects. Subprojects include the Fan Culture Preservation Project, which preserves fanzines and other non-digital forms of fan culture, and the GeoCities Rescue Project.

Transformative Works and Cultures

TWC is a peer-reviewed academic journal that seeks to promote scholarship on fanworks and practices. We also publish a sister blog, the Symposium Blog, for the discussion of fannish meta topics and fannish perspectives on fan and media studies.

Information about the OTW can be found on its website at: http://transformativeworks.org

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