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Hello, Anna! Though some authors post fanfiction/derivative works on Writing.Com, there's not a wide audience for them and it may be difficult to find someone familiar enough with your content to offer helpful feedback or critique.
You might be more likely to find what you're looking for in more fan-focused spaces, like the blogging site Tumblr. Apparently there are spaces like that on Twitter, too?
You may also be more likely to find what you're looking for on websites specifically devoted to fanfiction. There are many out there, I'm sure, but the biggest might be the Organization for Transformative Works. It manages a number of services and platforms, among them a website called Archive of Our Own, which "is a nonprofit open source repository for fanfiction (fic) and other fanworks contributed by users." 1
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