As it says over in that sidebar to the left on our homepage, the IAF is dedicated to “the study, support, and promotion of interstitial art.” It’s a tall order. As I’ve written elsewhere, interstitial art is uncategorizable, and the reason we dragged ourselves into the non-profit world was to try to create a public [...]
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Check out this snappy, interesting post by Berlin-based novelist Julian Gough, written in response to this review in London’s Guardian Review about The Opposite House by Helen Oyeyemi (a mainstream literary novel that itself seems to stray a good bit from domestic realism).
Here’s the gist:
“I just read a book review, in Saturday’s enjoyable and infuriating [...]
This week, we have several treats to add to our series of interviews with Interfictions 2 contributors. The first is Colleen Mondor’s Q&A with editors Delia Sherman and Christopher Barzak. Colleen Mondor, author of the blog Chasing Ray, is a reviewer for Booklist, Bookslut, Eclectica Magazine, and the Voices of New Orleans. Her interview with [...]
Interfictions 2 author Lavie Tidhar’s weekend guest blog spot on Jeff VanderMeer’s Ecstatic Days includes a semi-comic tirade about ’so-called “movements” in genre fiction.’ He writes:
Being a fairly prolific short story writer, I’ve noticed something rather strange happening in the last couple of years: I’m at the forefront of a lot of so-called “movements” in [...]
WBAI, New York City’s venerable, beloved & controversial independent, non-commercial radio station, plays host to Interfictions 2 co-editor Delia Sherman and authors Carlos Hernandez (“The Assimilated Cuban’s Guide to Quantum Santeria”) & Genevieve Valentine (“To Set Before the King”) on Jim Freund’s Hour of the Wolf: Saturday morning, Dec. 5, 5:00 – 7:00 a.m EST.
The fourth in our series of interviews with Interfictions 2 contributors is Christian Desrosiers’ Q&A with Ray Vukcevich. Vukcevich is the author of “The Two Of Me”, one of the more unsettling stories in the anthology.
Here’s an excerpt from Desrosiers’ interview:
You write that a story is simply a story – do you see much [...]
Interfictions 2 author (“Black Dog”) Peter M. Ball talks about Life and Art for the Queensland Writers Centre blog tour over at Random Acts of Literary Vandalism.