Articles related to literary fiction
Literary Fiction and General Fiction - Contemporary Literature
Reviews of books that are either literary or general fiction not falling into a particular genre. You'll also find links to the genre categories on this page.
Contemporary Literature - TopPicks
An index of TopPicks for the Contemporary Literature guide site. ... Top 10 Most Recent National Book Award Winners in Fiction The National Book Awards are ...
Historical Fiction - Contemporary Literature - About.com
Read reviews of recently published and diverse historical fiction from such authors as Lisa See, Ken Follett, Tracy Chevalier, A.S. Byatt, and much much more.
The Difference Between Fiction and Literature - Classic Literature
Fiction and literature are similar but mean different things. Learn about the differences and how they're similar too.
Top 10 Small Literary Magazines and Journals - Fiction Writing
Looking to start submitting your fiction to literary magazines, but unsure of where to begin? These ten journals are prefect for beginning the process. All are ...
Literary Nonfiction - Definition and Examples
A type of prose that employs the literary techniques usually associated with fiction or poetry to report on persons, places, and events in the real world.
How to Find a Literary Agent for Your Book - Fiction Writing - About ...
Finding a literary agent can be one of the hardest steps in getting your book published. This how-to breaks the process of finding an agent into manageable ...
Literary Publishers - Classic Literature - About.com
These pages feature large and small companies that publish artistic/literary style books (including literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry, etc.).
Mystery - Definition of Literary and Fiction Terms - Fiction Writing
Mystery is a genre of fiction in which a detective, either an amateur or a professional, solves a crime or a series of crimes. Because detective stories rely on logic, ...
Cover Letter Advice for Creative Writers - Fiction Writing - About.com
Submitting your work for publication in literary journals is not that different from applying for a job. You want to put your best, most professional foot forward.