Tag: kafka

Already Too Many Stories in the World

2006-09-22

FC2 author and ebr “Fictions Present” editor Lance Olsen, in his 2005 novel offers one alternative for print fiction in the era of big data: to suggest and depict “the vastness of time when it is not strictly confined to numerical sequence.”

How to Fail (at) Fiction and Influence Everybody: A Review of Penthouse-F by Richard Kalich

2011-10-17

Richard Kalich’s latest protagonist is Richard Kalich, but one critic views this postmodern occupation of the novel as an opportunity - even an encouragement - to forget about him.

Art, Empire, Industry: The Importance of Eduardo Kac

2007-10-05

Sandy Baldwin identifies Eduardo Kac as a conceptual artist, a
forerunner of electronic poetry, and a critical writer whose essays
perform their own content: “writing on new media art as new media
art.”

Mister Squishy, c'est moi: David Foster Wallace's Oblivion

2004-10-18

Kiki Benzon on narrative ecology and the “fradulence paradox” of Oblivion.