Tag Archives: literary fiction

Is Contemporary Literary Fiction any Fun?

I try to read a lot of contemporary literary fiction. Students in my creative writing classes know why. How, I often ask them, do you plan to enter a literary conversation if you haven’t been paying attention to that conversation? … Continue reading

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Mormon LitCrit: Literary Standards

*Don’t forget to renew your subscription to Irreantum!  Our new issue just went to the printer.  Check it out here.* A few weeks ago, a family member asked me a question. “Okay,” she said, “tell me one more time … … Continue reading

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