Dear readers, writers, artists, and friends,
With your support, Interfictions has spent three years providing an online space for creative work that dwells between forms and genres. The Fall 2016 issue showcases some of the most exciting writers working in this space today, from Jaymee Goh, who writes short fiction with the eye of a cultural critic, to Tade Thompson, who discusses his postcolonial alien-invasion novel Rosewater in an interview. Nino Cipri goes to the heart of home, where children are both lost and found, while poets Neile Graham and Jeannine Hall Gailey meditate on the work of weaving and magic. We are as proud of this issue as we were of our first, and thank you for coming with us on this strange, exhilarating journey.
Our archives will remain available and free to view online, but at this point, the Interfictions journal is going on leave for an indefinite period. We leave you with visions of handwork and dreamwork, experiments in luck and craft. Above all, we leave you with good wishes, and look forward to your future, fantastic, interstitial creations.