Postmodern American Fiction
A Norton Anthology
Edited by Paula Geyh, Fred G. Leebron, and Andrew Levy
From William S. Burroughs to David Foster Wallace, Postmodern American Fiction offers up witty, risky,
exhilarating, groundbreaking fiction from five decades of postwar American life. It includes works by
sixty-eight authors: short fiction, novels, cartoons, graphics, hypertexts, creative nonfiction, and
theoretical writings. This is the first anthology to do full justice to the vast range of American
innovation in fiction writing since 1945.
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Two Hypertexts: "afternoon, a story" by Michael Joyce and "I Have Said Nothing" by J. Yellowlees Douglas
Link to article in New York Times