This issue of the Full Stop Quarterly is about genre, its limits, and the liberatory potential we discover at the edges of generic forms—a potential determined by the structures of those forms, yet also capable of transforming them. Our new awareness of just how delicately held together our daily lives have always been appears to open up the necessity for new generic relations with reality. As we stare into the terrifying blankness of the future, the essays gathered here can help us reconsider the ways that meaning is made.
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