Interfictions Available Now!

I just noticed that Interfictions, edited by Delia Sherman and Theodora Goss, and containing my story "A Map of the Everywhere" (as well as a bunch of others that are actually worth reading), is now in stock at Amazon, Powells, Barnes & Noble, and -- for those of you outside the U.S. -- The Book Depository (free worldwide [mostly] shipping).

I haven't had a chance to read much in the book yet, but what I have read is marvelous, and the breadth and diversity of the authors is a particular strength of the anthology. And the cover. Love the cover.


  1. I recently spoke to a class of library students about the increasing presence of the fantastic in literary fiction (and vice versa) and used this anthology as an example, along with Feeling Very Strange and Paraspheres. I may have gotten carried away and used the phrase "the collapse of genre," but if I did, I apologize

  2. I found a lot of fantastic fiction genre on this book portal here. Thought it might interest you.


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