Utah Author Book Reviews: Dreamlives of Debris

Utah Author Book Reviews: Dreamlives of Debris
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“Yet the labyrinth at play in Dreamlives is a special sort: an impossible liquid architecture that bears no center and hence no discernable perimeter.” … read more

BE MORE EXTREME: INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR LANCE OLSEN

BE MORE EXTREME: INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR LANCE OLSEN
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Lance Olsen is the literary astronaut we dreamt of being as children—turning far-out worlds abuzz with the difficult imagination, surviving re-entry with stories to share. Author, traveller, and teacher of narrativity and innovative writing at the University of Utah, Olsen wonderfully shares what it means to be alive now, here. SLUG spoke with Olsen about recent projects and the secret handshake ecology of innovative writing practices … read more

Making Fiction Making Trouble: 40 Years of FC2

Making Fiction Making Trouble: 40 Years of FC2
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For 40 years now, the literary press Fiction Collective has been the ardent antennae of innovative American writing. Entirely not-for-profit, author-run, untethered to government funding, dedicated to constantly updating the possibilities of what can happen between two covers and to keeping its titles in print, FC2 is a bastion for wild literary innovation. … read more