Tuesday, June 26, 2007

The latest reviews

Our newest biggest fan: "If you like literary fiction, weird fiction, or more simply, to read; then pick up this anthology." So sayeth Rick Kleffel at The Agony Column!

The Baltimore City Paper devotes some in-depth attention to Interfictions and its premise in an outstanding review by Adrienne Martini: "
This idea of playing with genre conventions is interstitiality's charm and what makes it a movement for the hypertext age. We want words to do more now and for our time not to have been spent with just one idea. Make a list of what the earmarks are of any genre. Can you have something you can call science fiction if it doesn't have any notion of technology? Can you have traditional fiction without a sense that the writer's world is recognizably real? Can you label a text fantasy if it doesn't involve magic?"

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