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Induced Coma review from Kenyon Review


Daniel Green, Kenyon Review

If any writer deliberately proceeded throughout his career to almost ensure his work would be ignored by critics and publishers, it would have to be Harold Jaffe.  2,069 more words

Harold Jaffe

Playing the Long Game

New Pages, well respected among those who follow cutting edge fiction, has reviewed the recent edition of Fiction International in which my story “Playing the Long Game” appears. 193 more words


Fiction International 46: Real Time/Virtual is now on sale! It includes my experimental science fiction “Playing the Long Game” as well as work by Tyrone Nagai, Charles Lowe, Norman Conquest, Samantha Memi, J.S. 144 more words

publishing news

A collaborative essay on the theme “Art Making in the Technosphere” (including my contribution) has been published in the most recent issue of Fiction International… 6 more words

Journal Entry

Butcher Love

What follows is an excerpt from a work in progress, called “Orlando.” Enjoy.*

* Please leave comments and responses, and – if so inclined – share with other fiction readers. 662 more words

Harold Jaffe


What follows is an excerpt from a work in progress, called “Orlando.” It  is the title narrative of a collection of fiction and docufiction. Enjoy.* 4,913 more words

Harold Jaffe

FI #45 is here

Just yesterday, a crack team of Fiction International staffers packaged up copies of issue #45 and sent them on their way. So all of our subscribers and contributors, note well: The book is in the mail! 139 more words

Fiction International