...because it's pretty damn difficult to discuss a plot.

I know, I know. You had to read a bunch of old Can Lit novels in school and maybe you never recovered. But literary fiction is more than just bestiality and a harsh, unforgiving land.

Literary fiction–when it’s interesting–presents us with multiple sides to complex human problems. It challenges us to be critical, to be creative, to wonder, to feel. It inspires us to develop a better sense of ourselves, what we’re capable of, what we really believe. And it’s different from other artistic mediums in that it immerses us inside other perspectives, other worlds, and we have to work to enter those worlds, stretching the limits of our imaginations beyond what we think possible.

Because a culture without literature is a culture with no imagination.

Help us preserve both.

Save the novel. Long live lit fic.

I know, I know. You had to read a bunch of old Can Lit novels in school and maybe you never recovered. But literary fiction is more than just bestiality and a harsh, unforgiving land.

Literary fiction–when it’s interesting–presents us with multiple sides to complex human problems. It challenges us to be critical, to be creative, to wonder, to feel. It inspires us to develop a better sense of ourselves, what we’re capable of, what we really believe. And it’s different from other artistic mediums in that it immerses us inside other perspectives, other worlds, and we have to work to enter those worlds, stretching the limits of our imaginations beyond what we think possible.

Because a culture without literature is a culture with no imagination.

Help us preserve both.

Save the novel. Long live lit fic.

I know, I know. You had to read a bunch of old Can Lit novels in school and maybe you never recovered. But literary fiction is more than just bestiality and a harsh, unforgiving land.
Literary fiction–when it’s interesting–presents us with multiple sides to complex human problems. It challenges us to be critical, to be creative, to wonder, to feel. It inspires us to develop a better sense of ourselves, what we’re capable of, what we really believe. And it’s different from other artistic mediums in that it immerses us inside other perspectives, other worlds, and we have to work to enter those worlds, stretching the limits of our imaginations beyond what we think possible.
Because a culture without literature is a culture with no imagination
 Help us preserve both.
Save the novel. Long live lit fic.