If you're talking about Alt-Lit, out of all the Alt-Lit writers, the one who writes the best, in the same disaffected vein, but is neither associated with them, and for that matter completely years better than them, is probably tim rogers.
It's like if you use the alt-lit style to segue into greater themes, like Proust, about the nature of memory and time etc...
That's why I find alt-lit unbearably stupid, because they indulge in their style, and never surpass it.
I was wondering if by any chance they do represent some feminine lit about lost/experimenting girls.
Oh wow, a guy came on your face and you wrote about it? That's so daring.
Let me be among the very first to say thanks for sharing.
If you need a writing tutor, I am programmed to oblige.
Lesson one: metaphor, a kind of bridge.
A blackbird can be looked at in a number of ways, including two.
A man and a woman are the loneliest number that you'll ever do.
I haven't read Marie Calloway yet but I've downloaded her book and I was wondering about these young chicks from 90', bit edgy bit lonely