Cover art: Blobareeblob, by Kenny Scharf, 2006. Reproduced by kind permission of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery.
Betwixt the Between
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Postfantasy fictions that begin with the premise that the unfamiliar or liminal really constitutes a solid ground on which to walk.
Stephen Wright, Brain Jelly
Elizabeth Hand, Hungerford Bridge
Ben Marcus, Secret Breathing Techniques
Stephen Marche, The Personasts: My Journeys Through Soft Evenings and Famous Secrets
J. W. McCormack, POIUYT!
Joyce Carol Oates, Uranus
China Miéville, From The City & the City
Jon Enfield, BiotekaKF
Julia Elliott, Feral
Jedediah Berry, Ourselves, Multiplied
Jonathan Carroll, The Stolen Church
Scott Geiger, A Design History of Icebergs and Their Applications
Karen Russell, Dowsing for Shadows
Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud, La Tête, translated by Edward Gauvin
James Morrow, Bigfoot and the Bodhisattva
Theodore Enslin, The Spirit of a Lark
Edie Meidav, The Golden Rule, or, I Am Trying to Do the Right Thing
Stephen O’Connor, Disappearance And
Jeff VanderMeer, Predecessor
Shelley Jackson, Flat Daddy
Michael J. Lee, The Next Country
Rob Walsh, Dr. Eric
Micaela Morrissette, The Familiars
Patrick Crerand, A Man of Vision
Robert Kelly, The Logic of the World