This fall in Seattle

June 27th, 2012 § 0 comments

at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Languages Association’s annual conference, I’ll be presenting “The Museum of the Future” on an experimental fiction panel chaired by Sean Bernard, Associate Professor of Writing at the University of La Verne. The other panelists will be Joshua Jensen of Claremont Graduate University, presenting on the fiction of William T. Vollmann and Ben Marcus; Michael Miller of the University of Louisville, presenting on Tom McCarthy; and my fellow USC fiction writer Bryan Hurt, whose paper “Nature Has Cramped the Imagination: Experimental Fiction in the 18th Century” will examine “a time credited as the ‘birthplace’ of both novel and experimental science” to show that “fiction and experiment are deeply intertwined.”
The conference runs at Seattle University from October 19-21.

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