Good Fiction Gone Bad

I’m with Scott Esposito on this one: If Mark Leyner has to point to make in this bizarre New York Times op-ed piece, it seems to be that the recent arguments over fake memoirs are comically overheated. In which case, huh? Or maybe he’s saying that the rules of nonfiction are different than the rules of nonfiction. In which case, uh, no shit.

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