Writers increasingly blur the line between fiction and nonfiction. What happens when this <strong>"genre-defying" work</strong> becomes its own genre?

Writers increasingly blur the line between fiction and nonfiction. What happens when this &quot;genre-defying&quot; work becomes its own
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Writers increasingly blur the line between fiction and nonfiction. What happens when this "genre-defying" work becomes its own genre?

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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