SDSU News Center on Harold Jaffe’s Revolutionary Brain: “Media and the Modern Brain”

Editor-in-Chief Harold Jaffe’s newest book, Revolutionary Brain, was profiled by the SDSU News Center. Below is a brief excerpt from the article:

“Jaffe said this book is particularly important because it addresses the idea that modern society has allowed itself to become so focused on retold truths, that reality is getting further away from being in ‘real time.’

He hopes that readers can learn to question information exchange and revive the spirit of compassion.”

Read the full article here. Revolutionary Brain can be ordered from Amazon here.


FI #45 is here

Issue 45 Ways of Seeing coverJust yesterday, a crack team of Fiction International staffers packaged up copies of issue #45 and sent them on their way. So all of our subscribers and contributors, note well: The book is in the mail!

The front cover owl is courtesy of the fine photography of Ryan Seslow and the back cover features a mandala based on his image. If you’d like to peruse the full line-up of texts and art, visit our page here: Fiction International #45: About Seeing.

If you click the link, you can find the full text of several of the works. & if you haven’t gotten your copy, it’s not too late. In fact, if you order from Amazon here, you can even have one in 48 hours (if you order 1-day or 2-day shipping).

By the way, if you keep reading down the page, please ignore the note in the next post about your last chance. Submissions have closed for Fiction International #46: Real Time/Virtual. We’ll be making decisions soon, so sit tight, true believers….

Last Chance to Submit Work for the “Real Time/Virtual” Issue

Submit your best work on the theme of “Real Time/Virtual” by December 15th!

Fiction, non-fiction, indeterminate prose, and visuals which address Real Time/Virtual are welcome. Please submit hard copy from 9/1 to 12/15 2012 to the address listed on this page. We will consider submissions of narrative, anti-narrative and indeterminate texts but only accept submissions reflecting the theme.

All submissions (text and images), including those from agents, must be printed out, accompanied by an SASE, and mailed to:

Harold Jaffe, Editor
Fiction International
San Diego State University
Dept. of English and Comp. Lit.
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 92182-6020 USA