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What bandfiction communities/archives/messageboards/etc do you participate in?
What age group do you belong to?
How long have you been involved in band fandom (writing/reading stories about musicians)?
Do you read/write fiction about other sources as well? (Actors, TV shows, anime, movies, literary, sports, Harry Potter, etc.)
If yes, did you start in band fandom or in another kind of fandom?
Do you consider yourself a part of "media fandom"?
Do you feel the term "canon" applies to what you write/read in band fiction?
Do you feel the term "transformative writing" applies to what you write/read in band fiction?
If you write in other fandoms (TV, movies, etc.), do you feel the term "transformative writing" applies to what you write/read there?
Would you feel that a group named "Organization for Transformative Works" would be something that represented you as a band fiction reader/writer?
Please read the following mission statement of an organization: "We value media fandom with its rich history and unique identity as a predominantly female culture. We value its transformative works, critical commentary, and vital communities." As a member of band fandom, would you feel this organization is something that represents your interests?
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