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  • Interfictions 2 TOC!
    by Delia | February 12th, 2009 |

    Co-editors Delia Sherman & Christopher Barzak are pleased to announce:

    The Table Of Contents for Interfictions 2!

    Jeffrey Ford, “The War Between Heaven and Hell Wallpaper”
    M. Rickert, “Beautiful Feast”
    Will Ludwigsen, “Remembrance is Something Like a House”
    Cecil Castelucci, “The Long and the Short of Long-Term Memory”
    Alaya Johnson, “The Score”
    Ray Vukcevich, “The Two of Me”
    Carlos Hernandez, “The Assimilated Cuban’s Guide to Quantum Santeria”
    Lavie Tidhar, “Shoes”
    B. F. Slattery, “Interviews After the Revolution”
    Elizabeth Ziemska, “Count Poniatowski and the Beautiful Chicken”
    Peter M. Ball, “Black Dog: A Biography”
    Camilla Bruce, “Berry Moon”
    Amelia Beamer, “Morton Goes to the Hospital”
    William Alexander, “After Verona”
    Shira Lipkin, “Valentines”
    Alan DeNiro, “(*_*) ~~~ (-_-): The Warp and the Woof”
    Nin Andrews, “The Marriage”
    Theodora Goss, “Child-Empress of Mars”
    Lionel Davoust, “L’Ile Close” (“The Enclosed Island” or “No-Exit Island” or something else we haven’t thought of yet)
    Stephanie Shaw, “Afterbirth”
    David J. Schwartz, “The 121″

    It was hard, hard, hard to choose these stories. We got a lot of good ones. In fact, we got so many, we decided to create an online Annex of stories that we didn’t want to get away. They’ll appear in the weeks leading up to the publication of Interfictions 2 in November 2009, probably not in this order:

    Kelly Barnhill, “Four Very True Tales”
    Kelly Cogswell, “For the Love of Carrots”
    F. Brett Cox, “Nylon Seam”
    Chris Kammerud, “Some Things About Love, Magic and Hair”
    Eilis O’Neal, “Quiz”
    Ronald Pasquariello, “The Chipper Dialogues”
    Mark Rich, “Stonefield”
    Genevieve Valentine, “To Set Before the King”

    Thank you to everyone who submitted, and believe us when we say that a 200,000 word anthology (plus lengthy Annex) would not be sufficient to print all the stories Chris and Delia proposed to each other in their first pass “favorites list.”

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    11 Responses to “Interfictions 2 TOC!”

    1. Crack Fiction : Not a journal. Says:

      [...] Interfictions 2 TOC! [...]

    2. Young Man, Blow Your Horn « Chronicles of Neania Says:

      [...] In Interfictions 2, the anthology of the Interstitial Arts Foundation * “L’Ile Close” by Lionel Davoust, forthcoming from Small Beer Press, Fall 2009 [...]

    3. Show & Tell » Interstital Arts Anthology Cover Says:

      [...] In the beginning of February I blogged about entering the Interstitial Arts Organization’s call for submissions for their Interfictions 2 Anthology.  There were literally hundreds of entries and they chose me.  Or, rather, they chose one of my paintings.  The one above, oddly enough.  Thank you to Boing Boing for bringing the contest to my attention and thanks to the Interstitial Arts Organization for having such excellent taste…er.., I mean, thanks for the honor. [...]

    4. INTERFICTIONS 2 cover art chosen: Alex Myers’ “e” ¦ The Interstitial Arts Foundation Says:

      [...] Interfictions 2 TOC! [...]

    5. Alex Myers selected for Interfictions 2 cover art « Christopher Barzak’s Says:

      [...] Part of what attracted the editors to “e” was that some of its images, weirdly, can be found in the stories they’d already chosen for the anthology . . . . I guess we’ll see when Interfictions 2 appears this fall!  Meanwhile, watch this space for a mockup of the cover, coming soon. [...]

    6. Nov. 09 : L’île close en traduction anglaise Says:

      [...] « L’Île close », nouvelle lauréate du Prix Imaginales 2009, paraîtra dans l’anthologie Interfictions 2 dirigée par Delia Sherman et Christopher Barzak. « Bienvenue sur le nouveau site ! [...]

    7. Support Interfictions 2! ¦ The Interstitial Arts Foundation Says:

      [...] This second volume features original work by a whole new set of writers who joyfully explore the big imaginative spaces between conventional genres. And this time, we’ll be reaching out to even more readers by publishing a series of free stories on the new Interfictions 2 Annex online! [...]

    8. Interfictions 2 Auction Project Manager ¦ The Interstitial Arts Foundation Says:

      [...] Interfictions 2 Table of Contents [...]

    9. Imaginales & Interfictions 2 « Chronicles of Neania Says:

      [...] This second volume features original work by a whole new set of writers who joyfully explore the big imaginative spaces between conventional genres. And this time, we’ll be reaching out to even more readers by publishing a series of free stories on the new Interfictions 2 Annex online! [...]

    10. Friends of Interfictions 2 Fundraising Update ¦ The Interstitial Arts Foundation Says:

      [...] Interfictions 2 is off to the printer’s – thanks to the Friends of Interfictions, who’ve already contributed over $10,000 toward the Interfictions 2 anthology (coming Nov. 3) and the Online Annex (coming Sept. 15th to this website)! [...]

    11. Auction Seeks Web Assistants ¦ The Interstitial Arts Foundation Says:

      [...] Interfictions 2 Table of Contents – http://www.interstitialarts.org/wordpress/?p=80 [...]

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