2 thoughts on “IAMTW Website”

  1. Driving home last night I heard “Footloose” on the radio, and it occurred to me that tie-in writers get no respect, just like soundtrack singers, i.e. Kenny Loggins. I guess it’s because the work didn’t germinate deep in your brain, but was commissioned. Doesn’t stop it from being good, of course.

  2. Hello Lee,
    I was checking out the website and preparing to link to it when I thought about something. Until I started following your blog and the links you provide, I really didn’t know there was a difference between fan fiction and media tie-in. I understand it now and don’t need many words to explain it to me, but this could be new to some people as it was for me.
    Just a suggestion – provide a more detailed explanation about the difference between fan fiction and media tie-in. I have come across people who needed more guidance on why fan fiction doesn’t fit within the media tie-in guidelines. I suspect these same type of people will visit your site.
    And I think this is great. It’s about time for people to recognize the value of media tie-in writers.


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