Fiction has traditionally attempted to make accessible the inaccessible, to bring the experimental to a broader audience, but it resents no particular school of fiction, except the innovative. As a result of its willingness to publish the difficult, experimental and unusual, Fiction has a unique reputation in the U.S. and abroad as a journal of future directions. It prides itself on publishing established writers along with new, emerging voices that have not yet been heard.
Tips From the Editor
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