To the Best of Our Knowledge: Novel Novels
- Length: 52 mins
- Radio/TV Program
- Release date: 06-15-11
- Language: English
- Publisher: Wisconsin Public Radio (To the Best of Our Knowledge)
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Next, Steven Moore has written several books on modern literature. His latest is a massive treatment called The Novel: An Alternative History, Beginnings to 1600. Moore tells Steve Paulson there is a rich history of experimental fiction.
Novelist Christopher Miller's debut novel Sudden Noises from Inanimate Objects has been called "funny, sinister, and endlessly inventive." He tells Jim Fleming about the novel, which takes the form of liner notes for a box set by a fictional musician. Miller is also the author of The Cardboard Universe: A Guide to the World of Phoebus K. Dank.
And finally, Jeff Bursey is a Canadian author and reviewer whose new book is called Verbatim: A Novel. It's set in a fictional province and presented in the form of the "Hansard," (sort of the Canadian equivalent of the Congressional Record.) [Broadcast Date: June 15, 2011]
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