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net +‎ fic

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netfic (uncountable)

  1. (fandom slang) Fan fiction published online.
    • 1998 October 12, Joyce Harmon, “Re: Strange New Worlds II...?”, in alt.startrek.creative, Usenet[1]:
      One of the beauties of fanfic, especially netfic, is that the story can be just exactly as long as it needs to be.
    • 2000 November 5, Shomeret [username], “Re: Fan Fiction Readers (and Writers)”, in alt.tv.highlander, Usenet[2]:
      I still prefer fanzines because they are printed and I'm a print junkie, but I don't buy as many as I used to buy in the past. One reason is that netfic is partially satisfying my fanfic addiction.
    • 2003 June 16, Lady Cyrrh [username], “{ASSM} {REVIEW} The Annex Reviews, 6/15/03”, in alt.sex.stories.moderated, Usenet[3]:
      The stories were also interesting because the author is representative of the younger generation of netfic authors.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:netfic.

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