Quick: What names come to mind when you hear the term “autofiction”? Let me guess, you’re probably thinking about Rachel Cusk, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Ben Lerner, and Sheila Heti, among a few others. I’ve seen these writers grouped together so often over the years that I’ve started to think of them as partners in a kind of literary professional services firm.

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Tope Folarin is the Board Chair at the Institute for Policy Studies.

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