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June 18, 2008

Fruitless Recursion, A New SF Journal

Jonathan McCalmont has launched a new website called Fruitless Recursion:

Fruitless Recursion is an online journal devoted to discussing works of criticism and non-fiction relating to the SF, Fantasy and Horror genres. It will cover biographies, substantial works of critical theory, collections of reviews as well as any interviews, profiles or examinations of any other works that are deemed to be fitting.

Issue 0 is online now, with a review of Paul Kincaid's collection What It Is We Do When We Read Science Fiction, and a review of Joanna Russ's collection The Country You Have Never Seen.

If you write reviews you should also note that it's a paying market:

Fruitless Recursion is first and foremost interested in reviews and critical reactions to works of criticism and non-fiction relating to the SF, Fantasy and Horror genres.  These can include biographies, works of critical theory, collections of interviews or overviews of other critical journals.

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Thanks for the mention :-)