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Wreckage of Reason: An Anthology of Contemporary XXperimental Prose by Women Writers
by Nava Renek (Goodreads Author) , Masha Tupitsyn (Goodreads Author) , Jessica Treat (Goodreads Author) , Karen Lillis (Goodreads Author) , Lauren Schiffman , Megan Milks (Goodreads Author) , Lyn Halper , Fanny Howe , more…Suki Wessling (Goodreads Author) , Shelley Jackson , Laynie Browne (Goodreads Author) , Roni Natov , Cris Mazza (Goodreads Author) , Elizabeth Block , Geri DeLuca , Alicita Rodriguez , Gwen Hart , Martha King (Goodreads Author) , Sarah White , Nina Shope , Carmen Firan , Rosebud Ben-Oni (Goodreads Author) , Anna Mockler , Sandra Miller , E.C. Bachner , Tsipi Keller (Goodreads Author) , Summer Brenner , Amina Cain (Goodreads Author) , Karen Brennan , Aimee Parkison , Lynda Schor , Lidia Yuknavitch (Goodreads Author) , Danielle Alexander (Goodreads Author) , Debra Di Blasi (Goodreads Author) , Alexandra Chasin , LilyGrace , Laurie Foos , Kass Fleisher , Barbara Baer , Cynthia Reeves (Goodreads Author) …less
WRECKAGE OF REASON incorporates the work of 39 contemporary women writers who are pushing the boundaries of fiction. In this diverse and comprehensive volume, the writers have manipulated traditional ways of storytelling, language, and plot, to express new and distinct ways of seeing and experiencing the world. Narrative form is subverted, provocative subject matter explor ...more
Hardcover, 324 pages
Published June 30th 2008 by Spuyten Duyvil
(first published June 23rd 2008)
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Similar to many anthologies, Wreckage of Reason is a mixed bag. Despite its lackluster beginning, there are a few great stories that make the 325-page read a worthwhile one. My favorite pieces are those by Karen Lillis, Suki Wessling, Cris Mazza, Anna Mockler, Lynda Schor, and Debra Di Blasi, in chronological order.