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LadySybilla is a member of the fan community and has been involved in fandom since the late 1990s. Her views on copyright laws are unconventional to say the least.

General biography

LadySybilla is a Gothic webmistress [1] and author. Her real name is Glorianna Arias.[2]


Below is a partial timeline of this person's involvement in fandom.

  • In the late 1990s Sybilla entered the fandom world by launching her Gothic Candy Candy Fan Site.[3]
  • In March 2009, the fandom reacted to the news that an unofficial sequel to Breaking Dawn [4], the last book in the Twilight Saga was going to be published. The book is by LadySybilla. The book is scheduled to be published free online starting in September 2009 and is titled Russet Noon. [5]
  • On April 24, 2009, Lady Sybilla was added to the TV Tropes wiki under the heading of "Small Name Big Ego".
Aaaaaand we now have the QUEEN of this trope for Twilight fandom: Lady Sybilla, whom no one had apparently ever even heard of before in the fandom before she became the writer (and attempted publisher) of "tribute sequel" Russet Noon, and convinced the entire internet is made up of one person with a grudge against her after the fandom at large and fandom_wank told her that her understanding of copyright was... flawed at best... [7]
  • On June 14, 2009, Lady Sybilla attempted to delete both this article and the Russet Noon article[12][13], claiming that "Recreating this article is in violation of my constitutional and human rights". This led to her user account being permanent banned[14], a situation she attempted to get around by using different IP addresses[15]. Both articles were eventually protected.
Screencap of's homepage, announcing the deletion of Lady Sybilla's Twitter account, and advertising her FanPop article.
  • On June 23, 2009, Lady Sybilla deleted her Twitter account saying, "Twitter had the potential of helping my book grow in popularity, but there were bugs I couldn't handle. The fake tweets that appeared on my updates with spam links to deceive my followers was my main reason to close the account."[16]



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Below is a partial list of communities, sites and mailing lists this person belonged to at some point.


An Ecstatic Summer Day

Lady Sybilla's Gothic Fanart Gallery


Glorianna Arias, a.k.a Lady Sybilla, was the First-Prize Winner of The Robert apRoberts English Honors Essay Prize in 2000 at Cal State Northridge.[29] The Robert apRoberts Honors Essay Prize is an annual award given to the English Honors student whose thesis is judged to be the best submitted during that academic year. The title of Glorianna's thesis is "A Study of the Gothic in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Toni Morrison's Beloved." It is available at the Oviatt Library at Cal State Northridge. [30]

External links

Russet Noon

See also

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