Geoffrey recently posted a Call for Papers from a fascinating organization: the Gesellschaft für Fantastikforschung (GFF) – that is, the Association for Research in the Fantastic – based at the University of Hamburg. The submission deadline is January 7th, 2012, for its 3rd Annual Conference at the University of Zurich. (The theme of the conference? [...]
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, [...]
Interfictions Zero, to be edited by Delia Sherman and Helen Pilinovsky, will be published online by the Interstitial Arts Foundations in late August of 2010.
Submission Guidelines for Interfictions Zero: The Virtual Anthology of Interstitial Writing and Original Essays
What Is Interstitial Writing? Interstitial writing breaks rules, ignores boundaries, cross-pollinates the fields of literature, and helps them [...]
Huge thanks to everyone who’s signed up to create art for the Interfictions 2 Auction! We now have over forty artists committed to creating original pieces of art based on the Interfictionsanthology series of original interstitial writing.
The original deadline for mailing in finished work, originally Sept. 23, has now been moved to October 2nd (this [...]
By way of Geoffrey Long at MIT come two very interstitial calls for contributions. First, from H-Net:
Special issue edited by
Tatjana Barazon, Docteur en Philosophie de Paris IV-Sorbonne
This is an invitation to meditate on thresholds, the space where we enter a house [...]