In the lead-up to the May 29 submission date for The Lifted Brow & non/fictionLAB Prize for Experimental Non-Fiction, we will be profiling each of our amazing judges to give you a little inspiration and help you further understand what the experimental non-fiction genre entails. First up is the insanely talented Dodie Bellamy:
Dodie Bellamy is an American novelist, nonfiction author, journalist and editor. She is one of the originators in the New Narrative literary movement of the early and mid 1980s, which attempts to use the tools of experimental fiction and critical theory and apply them to narrative storytelling. Bellamy also directed the San Francisco writing lab, Small Press Traffic, and has taught creative writing at the San Francisco Art Institute, Mills College, University of California, Santa Cruz, University of San Francisco, Naropa University, Antioch University Los Angeles, San Francisco State University, California College of the Arts, and the California Institute of the Arts.
Find out more about Dodie Bellamy:
- ‛‟The Otherwise Alien: A Review of Dodie Bellamy’s When The Sick Rule The World’, by Fiona Wright in The Lifted Brow Review of Books
- ‘Colonized on Every Level: An Interivew with Dodie Bellamy’ in The Paris Review
- ‘Poetry and Pornography: Matias Vieneger interivews Dodie Bellamy’ in the Los Angeles Review of Books