Featured Friday: Editor-in-chief Harold Jaffe

As part of a new initiative to help readers and potential contributors become more familiar with the journal and our editorial team, Fiction International is launching a new Featured Friday segment on our social media platforms. During this time, we’ll be giving readers a closer look at our editorial team for the upcoming submission period which opens […]


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The Puritan guest blog

The Puritan Senior Editors The Benefits of Entering a Writing Contest The Puritan Senior Editors For every literary magazine, a prize. Our lit culture’s thick with them. Whether you’re an ardent submitter, see them as a necessary evil to keep literary ships afloat, or you love to hate them, writing contests can often feel more […]

Autre Review of Harold Jaffe’s Death Café

[BOOK REVIEW] SUSAN GRACE REVIEWS HAROLD JAFFE’S NEW BOOK, DEATH CAFÉ April 14, 2016 Harold Jaffe, progressive, social activist, and author of 24 innovative books, including Othello Blues, Revolutionary Brain, Anti-Twitter, and Induced Coma, has planted another mine in the minds of readers worldwide with his latest work, Death Café. The title alone, Death Café, […]

Provisional Notes on Art Brut.

by Erica Spriggs Art brut, also known as outsider art, is not merely an expression of “madness.” It goes beyond the constructs of language into a deeper realm of consciousness. It disobeys the formula of lines, color, and composition; it becomes itself as it deconstructs itself, as the audience attempts to find a reference that […]