Posts Tagged: House of Leaves

Can We Even Trust Ourselves?: A Conversation with Jac Jemc


Jac Jemc discusses The Grip of It, revision, and returning to the theme of trustworthiness again and again. ...more

What to Read When the World Is Unreliable


Instead of sorting through all the crazy news stories this weekend, we suggest taking a break with some unreliable narrators in a few far more worthwhile novels. ...more

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 Keith Lee Morris


Keith Lee Morris discusses his latest book Traveler’s Rest, Lewis and Clark, and how writing a novel about dreams requires much more than sleep. ...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 Rumpus Interview with Mark Danielewski


Mark Danielewski talks about the "maddening energy of violence" and why he’s writing a 27–volume novel, starting with his first 850-page installment in the series, The Familiar, Volume 1: One Rainy Day in May. ...more

Experiment with Literature


If you’ve grown up on canonical realist fiction, it can take a while to get used to the taste of experimental literature.

But LitReactor’s Cath Murphy, after enduring slander against her adventurous side no less vicious than “Cath never likes anything experimental,” has compiled a list of books that take death-defying risks with form and content—and succeed.