Posts Tagged ‘experimental fiction’

Announcing, at long last, the Higgs-Jameson Experimental Fiction Debate!

Friday, February 24th, 2012

The moderators, whom you can see in the background, were Jimmy Chen, Blake Butler, and Lily Hoang.

Chris and I have been going at it for a couple of months now, and we’re pleased to finally bring you Part 1 of our debate over the nature of experimental fiction. Which I’ll put up on Monday. After I finish rewriting Chris’s answers.

Chris will be posting Part 2 sometime after that; we’ll try to do it weekly. Although, you know, school.

Also there will be, like, fifty-million installments. The thing’s the size of seventeen Tao Lin novels.

See you on Monday!

A Debate!

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

In keeping with time-honored holiday tradition, Chris Higgs and I are going to spend it arguing. We’re currently conducting a debate (via Google Docs), which we’ll begin posting in several parts come January.

Our starting point: “What is experimental fiction?”
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