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An anthology that defies the limits of fiction: What amazes me about her writing lss the fact that her sentences are like small poems is how layered her stories are: Want to Read saving…. Claudio carvajal rated it liked it Apr 19, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. An impressive collection of stories by writers who push the boundaries of the fiction genre and writing itself.
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To ask other readers questions about Extreme Fictionplease sign up. She usually writes a seemingly straightforward plot, but underneath that story she can be playing with literary genres, theorizing about how lies build up relationships, how memories distort our perception of people and ourselves, etc.