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The Art of Fiction Lists photo
December 6, 2016 | The Art of...

The Art of Fiction Lists

an interview with Chris Bachelder, by Aaron Burch

I think ten t-shirts would be too many to write about, but I’m perversely hoping that twenty-two is somehow not too many. A writer can, I think, pass beyond “too many” or “too much” to a sense of rightness or aptness. The paradox: More than too much is sometimes not too much.

The Art of Fiction Menswear photo
November 9, 2015 | The Art of...

The Art of Fiction Menswear

Aaron Burch

I've known Tom Williams for a handful of years. I think I originally met him through Barrelhouse, and I've... more

The Art of Music Fiction photo
September 26, 2014 | The Art of...

The Art of Music Fiction

Aaron Burch

Earlier this year, Tobias Carroll interviewed me and asked, “Your previous book, How to Predict the Weather, had... more

The Art of Fiction the Excuse photo
May 23, 2014 | The Art of...

The Art of Fiction the Excuse

Megan Stielstra

Once I was cool, things would be easy. I’d know how to put on eyeliner correctly. I’d know what music to... more

The Art of Fiction Prayer photo
October 25, 2013 | The Art of...

The Art of Fiction Prayer

Bryan Furuness

1. Prayer, according to the Encyclopedia of Occult and Parapsychology, is a “means for humans to make... more

The Art of Fiction Surfing photo
September 19, 2013 | The Art of...

The Art of Fiction Surfing

Don Waters

Hobart: We’ve seen each other at the last couple Mission Creek festivals in Iowa City, and it was there that we got... more

The Art of Fiction Cycling photo
May 10, 2013 | The Art of...

The Art of Fiction Cycling

Matthew Vollmer

HOBART: Maybe I'm seeing a connection where there isn't one and this doesn't apply more to writers than... more

The Art of Fiction Thrift Stores photo
October 22, 2012 | The Art of...

The Art of Fiction Thrift Stores

Mark Jude Poirier

Thrift stores are full of possibility and sadness, which makes them perfect settings for fiction, in my opinion.

The Art of Fiction Skateboarding photo
September 10, 2012 | The Art of...

The Art of Fiction Skateboarding

Kyle Beachy

"...the activity is difficult and risky and can be the source of great dissonance if it reaches the point of cognition."

Recent Books

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Person/a

Elizabeth Ellen

A novel about the complexities of being a woman, an artist, a mother, and a wife; a novel about persona and obsession and loyalty and repression; an exorcism.

Available Now!

 

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After Women

Chloe Caldwell

A fictional follow-up to the novella Women (SF/LD, 2014) exploring the ethos of the literary world, queerness, and infatuation. 

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Saul Stories

Elizabeth Ellen

A linked story collection detailing the relationship between the 40-year-old narrator, her eighth-grade daughter, Eli, and her daughter’s best friend, Saul. Includes the Pushcart Prize winning story "Teen Culture."