Xena: Warrior Princess bibliography
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- Early, Frances H., and Kathleen Kennedy. Athena's Daughters Television's New Women Warriors. 1st Ed. ed. Syracuse, N.Y: Syracuse UP, 2003.
- Harmon, Amy. (1997) “In Dull TV Days, Favorites Take Wing Online”, New York Times, August 18 1997. http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/3142/fanficart.htm
- Jenkins, H. (2002). Digital land grab. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alumni Technology Review, 103(2), 103-105. Retrieved November 4, 2002, from http://www.whoosh.org/jenkins.txt
- Kort, M. (1999, March 2). Xena Cyberprincess. The Advocate. Retrieved October 18, 2002, from http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m1589/1999_March_2/53985011/print.jhtml
- Lunacy. Lunacy's Fan Fiction Reviews - Definitions. Retrieved November 17, 2002, from http://lunacy.simplenet.com/terms.shtm
- Lunacy. "The History of Xena Fan Fiction on the Net." 1998. Whoosh. 28 Aug. 2001. <http://www.whoosh.org/issue25/lunacy1.html>
- Lunacy. "The Xena Fan Fic Experience." Xena Media Review Issue 24, Aug. 11, 1997.
- Silver, Diane. "A Cyber History Of The Online Xena Community: Part 1 - September 1995 To June 1996". Whoosh! The Journal Of The International Association Of Xena Studies, Issue 13, Oct. 1997.
- Young, Cathy. "The Fan Fiction Phenomena, What Faust, Hamlet, and Xena the Warrior Princess Have in Common." Reason Magazine Feb. 2007. 13 Dec. 2007 <http://reason.com/news/show/118379.html>.