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A Novel That Identifies as Art: eteam’s OS Grabeland

A look at what earns the badge of “art novel” these days is up at BOMB. In particular, Micaela Morrisette considers the dual-authored, multimedia OS Grabeland, which won the 2016 Fence Books Modern Prize in Prose (selected by Lynne Tillman), but was never published. Described as an “‘artists’ novel’ interspersed with documentary photographs, which depicts […]
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