Conjunctions #52, out now, has a theme of "Betwixt The Between: Impossible Realism," and here's the description:
Postfantasy fictions that begin with the premise that the unfamiliar or liminal really constitutes a solid ground on which to walk.
No, I don't know what that means either. I guess it's something to do with the idea that the standard fantasy trope - the dreamlike realm, in which the protagonist learns that everything is weirder and brighter than he/she realized - is actually more "solid" than reality. Or something. In any case, who really cares, when we're getting literary "postfantasy" from Joyce Carol Oates, io9 contributor Jeff Vandermeer, and Elizabeth Hand... plus a selection from China Miéville's new novel The City And The City? Can't wait to get my hands on this. [Conjunctions, Thanks Michelle!]