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10 Reasons You Should Attend CNF's Writers' Conference

1. Epiphanies Wait, you don’t know what crowd-funded publishing is? That’s okay: there’s a panel for that. The first...

All Images Are Limited to Light and Dark

Oregon native Marcy Miranda Janes began working in cut paper techniques and book carving in 2010, transitioning from poetry writing and...

Turning out the lights just isn't going to do it

The clarity and immediacy of Elizabeth Kolbert’s writing—the force that carries us into whatever realm her high curiosity has...

Facing Facts

While interviewing Elizabeth Kolbert for this issue, I was struck by her candor, humility, humor, and toughness. As an environmental...

What's the Story #51

“What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” You probably recognize the quotation—whether from the classic...

Surveying the Australian Literary Landscape

Creative nonfiction is one of the fastest-growing literary genres in Australia, amongst both readers and writers. Australian memoirs, essay...

PROFILE: Anita Fore

On a snow-turned-to-dirty-slush morning in early March, I sloshed my way over to the New York Society Library on East 79th Street in...

What's the Story #50

The early 1990s, when Creative Nonfiction was launched, were a heady time for me: in addition to writing books and teaching, I devoted a...

The Square Root of True

In April 2009 Creative Nonfiction Associate Editor Stephen Knezovich began tweeting under the handle @cnfonline. This was three years after...

Finding Fragments in Details

Sam Pash is an Australian illustrator who currently lives in London. He uses both traditional and digital methods in his work but...

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