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Title: Pull to publish: de l'escriptura digital amateur a l'èxit comercial
Author: Peñarrubia Belmonte, Carla
Tutor: Ruiz Domènech, Bernat
Others: Iribarren i Donadeu, Teresa
Keywords: fanfictions
copyright
Kindle worlds
pull to publish
publishing world
Issue Date: 20-Jun-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Filing off the Serial numbers or pull to publish is the process that fanfiction, amateur digital writing based on other pre-existing works, undergoes when it becomes a published book with the aim of being sold. This process has the consequence of introducing new actors within the publishing world, which will be necessary to know at this moment of transformation. Through bibliographic research and the analysis of three case studies, one of which, publishing, will be analysed through an interview, this work will study the effect of the pull tone publish on the community that makes the original and the subsequent reading community, the play of influences around copyright and finally the relationship between fanfictions and the publishing world; this will be exemplified in the study of a marketing platform (Kindle worlds), a publishing house (Omnific publishing) and a novel (After). The aim of this research is to address this issue that is so relevant to the current publishing industry, to find out what the current status of this new character is, what problems it is involved in, what consequences it has had and currently has, and to speculate on its future within the publishing industry, as well as to discover what new ideas it brings to the current panorama.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/133710
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