Fiction International is a journal of arts and letters published at San Diego State University which emphasizes formal innovation and social activism. Each issue is devoted to a particular theme. Submissions of fiction, non-fiction, indeterminate prose and visual are all welcome.
Founded by Joe David Bellamy in 1973 at St. Lawrence University in New York, the journal was relocated to San Diego State University in 1983. It was edited by Harold Jaffe and Larry McCaffery until 1992, when Harold Jaffe assumed sole editorship.
Each issue features a wide variety of fiction, nonfiction, indeterminate prose, and visuals by leading writers and artists from around the world. Past issues have included authors such as William Burroughs, Robert Coover, Edmund White, Joyce Carol Oates, Walter Abish, Kathy Acker, Ai, Allen Ginsberg, Alberto Moravia (Italy), Pierre Guyotat, George Perec, and Michel Serres (France), Claribel Alegria (Nicaragua), Tadeus Konwicki (Poland), J.M. Coetzee and Bessie Head (South Africa), Roque Dalton (El Salvador), Luisa Valenzuela (Argentina), Einar Schleef (Germany), Lya Luft (Brazil), Mridula Garg (India), Kanuko Okamuto (Japan), Michael Morrisey (New Zealand), and many more.
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Fiction International 45: About Seeing
by Fiction International
Fiction International is a journal of arts and letters published at San Diego State University which emphasizes formal innovation and social activism. Each issue is devoted to a particular theme. Seeing in every capacity is the subject of Fiction International 45, "About Seeing." Sensory, visionary, spectatorial,imagined and re-imagined.
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