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Fiction International 47: Phobia/Philia (Volume 47)
by Harold Jaffe
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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.
"Phobia/Philia" is the subject of Fiction International 47. Phobia/Philia explores imaginatively the attempt to like or even love while being indentured to the institutional loathing that we are compelled to feel even as our beleaguered globe is spasming in its death throes.
Featured textual and visual artists include Laura Johnson, Kate Nancy, Tony Duvert, Maura Stanton, Matthew Nye, Guy R. Beining, Michael Don, Brian Swann, Anastasia Rubis, Darrel Hospedales, Zack Wentz, Jennifer Sears, Richard Kostelanetz, Larry Fondation, Katie Farris, Dmitry Borshch, Yetta Howard, Chad Stroup, D. Harlan Wilson, E. Kelly, Jo Ellen Aragon, Eckhard Gerdes, KM Seehaus, Janne Karlsson, Ryan Francis Kelly, Norman Conquest, Julie Harris, Joel Lipman, and Harold Jaffe.
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