This course guide is designed to help you find valuable resources so you can read more hybrid and experimental work. Use the tabs on the left to navigate various sections of the guide.
First, we’ll cover ways to locate hybrids to expand your reading.
In order to read more, you will want to explore different types of publications, including literary magazines and single author publications.
In this course guide, we’ve selected some of our favorites in each category. You’ll find them listed throughout the guide.
Important note: the USF Libraries collection of hybrid and experimental works is somewhat limited; to explore fully, you will need to allow time to request works from Interlibrary Loan. This service is free, but it does take time. Plan in advance!
Request books, articles, and document delivery through the USF Libraries InterLibrary Loan (ILL) services.
Introduction to Interlibrary Loan
In order to get the most out of your further reading for this course, you will need to explore materials not held by the USF Library. To do this without breaking the bank, sign up today for an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) account. If you've never used ILL before, start with this quick tutorial: