Alternative forms 
anti-story (plural anti-stories)
- A work of fiction in which the author breaks in some way the conventional rules of short story telling, usually with some feature (for example, a lack of plot or characters, unusual punctuation, odd subject or presentation, etc.) which strongly challenges the reader's expectations.
Related terms 
1) Anti-Story: An Anthology of Experimental Fiction, by Philip Stevick (Free Press, Jan 1, 1971), ISBN-10: 002931500X, ISBN-13: 978-0029315002.
2) Story to Anti-Story, by Mary Rohrberger (Houghton Mifflin School, April 1978), ISBN-10: 0395263875, ISBN-13: 978-0395263877.
3) Russian Minimalism: From the Prose Poem to the Anti-Story, by Adrian Wanner (Northwestern University Press, July 16, 2003), ISBN-10: 0810119552, ISBN-13: 978-0810119550.