Editor’s Note

Dear lovely reader, There’s a weighing scale in the locker room of my gym that haunts us all. Throughout the years, I’ve seenpeople step on it and start crying. At the end of a sweat-drenched cardio session, someone will stumble onto it, their eyebrows furrowed at the unmoved number, then limp right back to the…

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Editor’s Note

Dear lovely reader, Two years ago, we did something stupid. As editors and readers, we’d grown disenchanted with mainstream literary journals, with their black and white pages and boring designs. We’d grown weary of the same old stories: always safe, always circling tired and cliché themes. We began to dream about doing things differently. This…

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Editor’s Note

Dear lovely reader, When this gorgeous collection hits the shelves, F(r)iction will be celebrating its first birthday. One year ago, the very first issue popped off the printer, a weird beast full of strange art and stranger stories. Back then, we held that shiny red issue in our hands, and we didn’t care how many people told…

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Editor’s Note

Dear lovely reader, When we decided to start this new imprint, we were driven by one idea: we wanted to publish the very best stories, regardless of form, genre, or medium. No matter how controversial, we wouldn’t just publish literary fiction; we’d publish the daring stuff, the works that would otherwise fall through the cracks….

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Editor’s Note

Dear lovely reader, Like all great literature, F(r)iction was born out of conflict. In the fall of 2014, my desk was covered with new journals and anthologies, stacks upon stacks of the prose and poetry garnering critical acclaim from the literary world. I was ready to devour the best short-form literature the year had to offer. Two…

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