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Post-Experimentalism By Nathaniel Tower, Bartleby Snopes
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The first-ever collection of Post-Experimental fiction presented by Bartleby Snopes and featuring stories and artwork from Jacob M Appel, Andrew Battershill, Justin Bostian, CS DeWildt, Barbara... More > Westwood Diehl, Jacqueline Doyle, Joachim Frank, Jamie Leigh Haden, Christopher James, Hall Jameson, Len Kuntz, Andrea Mason, Leland Neville, Uzodinma Okehi, Stephen V Ramey, Lauren Stone, Edward Trefts, and Sandra Yagi.< Less
Post-Experimentalism By Nathaniel Tower, Rick Taliaferro, Bartleby Snopes
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The first-ever collection of Post-Experimental fiction presented by Bartleby Snopes and featuring stories and artwork from Jacob M Appel, Andrew Battershill, Justin Bostian, CS DeWildt, Barbara... More > Westwood Diehl, Jacqueline Doyle, Joachim Frank, Jamie Leigh Haden, Christopher James, Hall Jameson, Len Kuntz, Andrea Mason, Leland Neville, Uzodinma Okehi, Stephen V Ramey, Lauren Stone, Edward Trefts, and Sandra Yagi.< Less
German Science Fiction: Student Fiction and Essays 2013-2014 By Kevin Alan Richards
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This volume presents an array of creative, analytic and research work presented by students of the Popular Culture and German Literature: Science Fiction sections of the academic year 2013-2014 at... More > the Ohio State University. This course has been evolving over the past 5 years into a highly experimental and experiential classroom that augments lectures with literary and film analysis in order to further student’s critical potential. Students work with concept building, social and historical background and cultural recognition, as well as psychological analyses of texts that conclude with the creative synthesis and the committal of the day’s activities to long-term memory through journaling and discussion.< Less
Infinity’s Kitchen № 7 By Dylan Kinnett
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Infinity’s Kitchen is an experimental literary journal. It is designed to explore a place for literature in a post-digital setting. We seek work that results from new recipes, or from existing... More > recipes that have been compellingly redefined. We seek to experiment with the ways that literary work is presented to its audience. The seventh issue contains visual poetry, constrained writing, essays, mail art, and more: all from 18 international contributors: Abinadi Meza, Bruno Neiva, Christopher Shipman, Danni Wilson, Francesco Aprile, Gregory Gathman, Gunnar Jaeck, JL Bogenschneider, Joachim Frank, Justin Sirois, Kevin Halleran, Kevin Logan, Michael R. Griffiths, Osvaldo Cibils, Patrick Warner, Rehan Qayoom, Susana H. Case, Timothy Juhl, and Tom Konyves.< Less
This Is Where My Life Went Wrong By C. Bard Cole
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In his first novel, C. Bard Cole weaves a delirious web of invented fragments of American literature with the language of nursery rhymes, school books, encyclopedias, advertisement, pop music lyrics... More > and TV listings. A frantic field guide to a mental landscape shaped by literary allusion and littered with pop culture detritus, This is Where My Life Went Wrong is autobiography as anti-novel, placing the universal story of an artist's coming-of-age in the context of American history, politics, and culture at the beginning of a new century.< Less
This Is Where My Life Went Wrong By C. Bard Cole
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In his first novel, C. Bard Cole weaves a delirious web of invented fragments of American literature with the language of nursery rhymes, school books, encyclopedias, advertisement, pop music lyrics... More > and TV listings. A frantic field guide to a mental landscape shaped by literary allusion and littered with pop culture detritus, This is Where My Life Went Wrong is autobiography as anti-novel, placing the universal story of an artist's coming-of-age in the context of American history, politics, and culture at the beginning of a new century.< Less
Rem Magazine Vol 1 November 2010 By Rem Magazine
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Rem Magazine is an experimental arts and literary journal from New Zealand.
Short Burst of Light By Eric Lunde
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Dr. Delambre has developed the technology to copy objects and people. But in the process he discovers he has also developed a way to copy time. Through the process, it is discovered that the daughter... More > of an associate has begun to display odd behavior that may or may not be the result of Delambre's research. Meanwhile, a global military industrial concern, who originally funded the project, have started employing his invention in ways Dr. Delambre had not intended. Delambre and a group of his old associates decide to shut the company down before the company can proceed with a diabolic plan that could end life and time as we know it. The book tells this story through short vignettes and stylistic procedures that mimic the temporal complexity of the narrative. It is the first installment of the project Mimeoverse trilogy.< Less
The Tsetsefly Chronicles By Erik Ryman
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Snippets of dislocation, shards of intelligence, a leavening of black humour, or simply the debris from a degrading brain? The Tsetsefly Chronicles show Erik Ryman at his most inspired and... More > introspective, as he describes a love affair that never happened, the inside of his padded cell and his problems as a transvestite. Darkly surreal with a bitter after taste. This is micro fiction as it should be written, with more hooks than the average Eurovision entry. About Erik Ryman: Erik Ryman's work has been compared (favourably) to the films of David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino, the poetry of Jeremy Reed and the fiction of JD Sallinger, Douglas Coupland, Terry Pratchet and Irvine Walsh, but he has never taken it personally. He is, put simply, never predictable.< Less
The Tsetsefly Chronicles By Erik Ryman
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Snippets of dislocation, shards of intelligence, a leavening of black humour, or simply the debris from a degrading brain? The Tsetsefly Chronicles show Erik Ryman at his most inspired and... More > introspective, as he describes a love affair that never happened, the inside of his padded cell and his problems as a transvestite. Darkly surreal with a bitter after taste. This is micro fiction as it should be written, with more hooks than the average Eurovision entry. About Erik Ryman: Erik Ryman's work has been compared (favourably) to the films of David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino, the poetry of Jeremy Reed and the fiction of JD Sallinger, Douglas Coupland, Terry Pratchet and Irvine Walsh, but he has never taken it personally. He is, put simply, never predictable.< Less