Posts Tagged: experimental fiction

Down the Rabbit Hole of Experimental Fiction: Michael J. Seidlinger on Becoming a Reader


Michael J. Seidlinger discusses returning to House of Leaves for Ig Publishing’s "Bookmarked" series. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Jedediah Berry


Author Jedediah Berry talks about interactivity in fiction, the various forms a story can take, and his goals in founding his own press. ...more

The Sunday Rumpus Interview: Michael Seidlinger


The Publisher-in-Chief of Civil Coping Mechanisms and Book Reviews Editor for Electric Literature talks about his newest novel, The Strangest. ...more

The Greatest Experimentalist You’ve Never Heard Of


She felt that this approach illuminated a fundamental truth about language: The very act of using language, she once told an interviewer, involves a ‘castration. The moment we utter a sentence, we’re leaving out a lot.’

A “nanopress” has begun reissuing the work of novelist, poet, and essayist Christine Brooke-Rose, who died in 2012. 


The Rumpus Interview with Damien Ober


Damien Ober discusses the Declaration of Independence, Internet viruses in the eighteenth century, and his new novel Doctor Benjamin Franklin's Dream America. ...more