IAF’s newest project, Interfictions Zero, the rolling online anthology of interstitial criticism on interstitial texts, launched April 1 – no kidding! Our first essay author, Carlos Hernandez, says:
Hey gang, my essay “Oscar Wao: Murdering Machismo” is inaugurating Interfictions Zero, a new web anthology of essays about genre-busting literature. It’s lit. crit. by way of memoir, and it recounts the story of how, on my visit to Cuba in 1997, I was emasculated by Havana prostitutes–not once, but twice! Have a read!
We can’t do any better than that. Interfictions Zero begins over here:
Congratulations to co-editors Delia Sherman & Helen Pilinovsky for a job well begun. Next essay to appear May 1st, so watch this space! ….And remember, we’re accepting rolling submissions for IF0, so if you have an idea, please go here for Submissions Guidelines.
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