The Post-Postmodern Novel

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For Flavorwire, Jonathon Sturgeon declares 2014 the year that the postmodern novel died and the year that autofiction—a “new class of memoiristic, autobiographical and metafictional novels”—rose to take its place.


P.E. Garcia is an Editor-at-Large for the Rumpus and a contributor to HTMLGiant. They currently live in Philadelphia, where they were recently accidentally elected to be Judge of Elections. Find them on Twitter: @AvantGarcia. More from this author →