Excerpt from Publisher’s Weekly:
There are terms applied to experimental work that seem to cause less discomfort. “Lyric” is one. “Hybrid” is another. They’re more specific. They speak directly to a blurring of genres. They alleviate some of the mystery. But I think I prefer the term experimental. Because it relates to an act. It lets one consider experimental writing as a practice. Not as a genre.
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