subliterature

[suhb-lit-er-uh-cher, -choo r, -li-truh-]
noun
  1. writing below the standards of literature as an art form.
  2. a report or similar material written for immediate use and reproduced in an impermanent form.

Origin of subliterature

First recorded in 1950–55; sub- + literature
Related formssub·lit·er·ar·y, adjective
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