The 50th edition of the Journal of Experimental Fiction is an anthology of some of the most innovative fiction being published in the world today and contains examples of experimental writing by a number of brilliant experimental writers. For years, the Journal of Experimental Fiction has been widely recognized as the preeminent source of innovative fiction, and as ever, readers can expect to find here the absolute best work being written in English.
About the Editor
Eckhard Gerdes has published books of poetry, drama, and fourteen books of fiction, including the novels Hugh Moore (for which he was awarded an &Now Award) and My Landlady the Lobotomist (a top five finisher in the 2009 Preditors and Editors Readers Poll and nominated for the 2009 Wonderland Book Award for Best Novel of the Year). He has also won the Bissell Award, been a finalist for the Starcherone and the Blatt awards, and was nominated for Georgia Author of the Year. His most recent books are a tongue-in-cheek work of creative nonfiction, How to Read (Guide Dog Books); a novel, White Bungalows (Dirt Heart Pharmacy Press); and a collection, Three Plays (Black Scat Books). He lives in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and has three children and five grandchildren. None of them are named Robbie, Chip, or Ernie.