cover of book
 

Divergent Trajectories: Interviews with Innovative Fiction Writers
by Flore Chevaillier
The Ohio State University Press, 2017
Cloth: 978-0-8142-1343-8 | Paper: 978-0-8142-5423-3 | eISBN: 978-0-8142-7517-7
Library of Congress Classification PS135.C47 2017
Dewey Decimal Classification 813.609

ABOUT THIS BOOK | AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY | TOC
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Divergent Trajectories: Interviews with Innovative Fiction Writers by Flore Chevaillier examines the aesthetic, political, philosophical, and cultural dimensions of contemporary fiction through a series of interviews with some of today’s most cutting-edge fiction writers. New relationships between literature, media culture, and hypertexts have added to modes of experimentation and reshaped the boundaries between literary and pop culture media; visual arts and literature; critical theory and fiction writing; and print and digital texts. This collection of interviews undertakes such experimentations through an intimate glance, allowing readers to learn about each writer’s journey, as well as their aesthetic, political, and personal choices.
 
 
Including interviews with R. M. Berry, Debra Di Blasi, Percival Everett, Thalia Field, Renee Gladman, Bhanu Kapil, Lance Olsen, Michael Martone, Carole Maso, Joseph McElroy, Christina Milletti, Alan Singer, and Steve Tomasula, Divergent Trajectories provides a framework that allows innovative authors to discuss in some depth their works, backgrounds, formal research, thematic preferences, genre treatment, aesthetic philosophies, dominant linguistic expressions, cultural trends, and the literary canon. Through an examination of these concepts, writers ask what “traditional” and “innovative” writing is, and most of all, what fiction is today.  
 
 

See other books on: 1948- | American fiction | Authors, American | Interviews | Theory, etc
See other titles from The Ohio State University Press

Reference metadata exposed for Zotero via unAPI.