A quick note from Delia Sherman and Helen Pilonovsky, the co-editors of Interfictions Zero:
The editors of Interfictions Zero apologize for the spotty nature of our updates. We have been overtaken with Life Events, entirely of the good variety, but still overwhelming. Come January 2012, however, we will be back, with S.J. Hiron’s “The wu of Nazi Literature in the Americas,” which weighs Roberto Bolaño’s second novel against Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High House as well as Bolaño’s own, more famous study of the nature of evil, 2666.
Thank you for your patience.