|Hal Jaffe Reading Fiction in Northern Manhattan in Two Venues--March 2012||1||Patricia Eakins||5 years ago by Patricia Eakins|
|"Animals in Reverse"||1||Ann Bogle||over 5 years ago by Ann Bogle|
Fiction International was named one of the “top literary magazines in America” among 2,000 eligible journals, according to Literary Magazine Review’s survey of over one hundred editors and writers.
Founded by Joe David Bellamy in 1973 at St. Lawrence University in New York, Fiction International 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.
Fiction International is the only literary journal in the United States emphasizing formal innovation and progressive politics. It features a wide variety of fiction, nonfiction, indeterminate prose, and visuals by leading writers and artists from around the world.http://www.fictioninternational.com