Issue 45

"Fascinating complexities, artistic and moral, of true crime writing"

The Review Review

"Fascinating complexities, artistic and moral, of true crime writing"

In Creative Nonfiction, stories speak to essays, interviews to roundtable discussion, until a turn of the final page delivers a deeper understanding of the line between reality and creativity. In the case of this particular issue: the fascinating complexities, artistic and moral, of true crime writing. Of this beast’s brutal nature and the dubious ethics of plowing up that crow-pecked field of blood and bones, #45 has much to say [...] Proceeding slowly with great care is precisely what one should do while reading this issue of Creative Nonfiction. There are too many meaningful thieveries, abductions, and murders one might miss. - Ryan Asmussen

This review was originally featured in The Review Review.