by Semyon Khokhlov

Beyond Protagonist-Centered Fiction


The conflict between realism and its alternatives may still be going strong, but when it comes to the centrality of the protagonist, there’s no conflict, only agreement.

Should We Believe in Autofiction?


What if there is a great distance between an author’s real life and the way it’s represented on the page? What kind of accountability, if that’s the case, should the reader expect from the author?