Prose Fiction

Some articles on prose fiction, prose, fiction:

Scott Snyder - Career - Prose Fiction
... Stephen King picked two of the included stories—"Wreck" and "Dumpster Tuesday"—for the 2007 The Best American Short Stories anthology shortlist ... Voodoo Heart was shortlisted for The Story Prize in 2006 ...
Novelist - History - Before Literature: The Early Market of Printed Books, 1470–1720 - Heroic Romances of Style and Fashion, 1530–1720
... Autobiographical memoirs, personal journals and prose fiction set the trend in the modern field as the genres that authors could most freely use for experiments of style and personal ... The evolution of prose fiction needed the elegant market, a market of changing styles and fashions, and it found its central critical debate with the publication of the Amadis de ... Was this what one had to expect of modern prose fiction? The second problem was connected with the unprecedented public reaction the Amadis became the object of a ...
Annotated List of Literary Techniques
... format that may be better presented using prose ... can help by converting this section to prose, if appropriate ... acknowledge to the reader or audience that what is being presented is fiction, or may seek to extend the world of the story to provide the illusion that they are included in it ...
Silver Surfer - In Other Media - Books
... Silver Surfer has appeared or starred in several prose fiction books The Surfer was the subject of an anthology of short prose fiction stories titled The Ultimate Silver Surfer, edited by Stan Lee ... The Surfer appeared again in prose fiction in Fantastic Four Redemption of the Silver Surfer by Michael Jan Friedman in 1998, also published by Berkley (April 1998 ...
Star Trek Spin-off Fiction - Prose Fiction - Status
... have also been many unlicensed, privately published works which do fit the definition of fan fiction, such as The Doctor and the Enterprise by Jean Airey which merged the universes of Star Trek and ...

Famous quotes containing the words fiction and/or prose:

    ... if we can imagine the art of fiction come alive and standing in our midst, she would undoubtedly bid us to break her and bully her, as well as honour and love her, for so her youth is renewed and her sovereignty assured.
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)

    Poetry is the language in which man explores his own amazement ... says heaven and earth in one word ... speaks of himself and his predicament as though for the first time. It has the virtue of being able to say twice as much as prose in half the time, and the drawback, if you do not give it your full attention, of seeming to say half as much in twice the time.
    Christopher Fry (b. 1907)