No, the title of the post is not a misprint. Biographical Notes... (part of Rosenbaum's The Ant King collection) is one of those highly self-referential SF stories, so much so in this case that the story nearly disappears into philosophy. There is a plot, but that is mere trappings for thinking. The author's protagonist is eponymously named, a plausible-fabulist in an alternative world made as unlikely as possible, with an entirely different view of causality from our own. He must think his way through his situation as though he were in our world, with our view of causality. With me so far? I thought not.
Having dabbled in the philosophical, it's pretty easy for me to either think too hard about this stuff or dismiss it. This story possibly deserves more attention than I gave it. Or possibly not. It did get a Hugo nomination for best novelette in 2005, which is pretty good. You might give it a try. I give it 3 stars, for the attempt.