Heather L. Hill

Heather Hill is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada. She holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Information Science and Learning Technologies from the University of Missouri–Columbia. Her recent publications have appeared in the Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, Library and Information Science Research, and, forthcoming, in the Journal of Documentation. Her research interests focus broadly on issues affecting public libraries and collections. Recent topics of investigation include examining the way LIS texts discuss sexually explicit topics, romance novels in public libraries, accessibility in public libraries, and the outsourcing of public libraries in the United States.


Iterations and Evolutions: Paratext and Intertext in Fanfiction
Heather L. Hill, Jen Pecoskie. © 2014. 16 pages.
Intertext and paratext are central to the creation of fantexts and fan communities. It is essential therefore to explore how intertext and paratext affect the production and...