February 15, 2016 marks the inaugural International Fanworks Day, celebrating fandom and the art it inspires around the world. According to it’s creator, the Organization for Transformative Works, today is “a day to promote fan creativity in all of its forms,” something we try to do on a daily basis whether through publishing on the site or commenting on other fans’ work posted online. Though we didn’t … Continue reading Happy International Fanworks Day!
The team at Fanspeak Files is proud to celebrate our 100th post with a list of 100 fandoms we subscribe to (basically anything we’d wear on a shirt), and by thanking you all for visiting our site and geeking out with us day after day. Like our page and share this post (tag us in it!*) between now and midnight Valentine’s day for a chance … Continue reading 100 Things We Fangirl Over
After countless Blockbuster rentals of the 1986 Jim Henson masterpiece, Labyrinth, our local store ceased carrying the VHS of the film when they began filtering out tapes altogether and converting to digital discs. I was a devastated 10-year-old girl when a visit to the store did not result in returning home with the movie, but my parents were sure to make things right. Firstly, they bought … Continue reading How ‘Labyrinth’ Honestly Changed My Life
There are three things I know for certain in my life. Yoga always feels good post practice, so get off your butt and into plank. Dogs truly are humankind’s best friend. I will never feel again how I feel about theme parks. From 1968 to 2003, it was difficult to be a Houstonian and not be a theme park junkie. Six Flags Astroworld was located just … Continue reading Fan Story: Vacation, All I Ever Wanted