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An entire year of the best true stories, well told, delivered to your door.
For more than 20 years, Creative Nonfiction has provided a home for thought-provoking, remarkable, and engaging narrative nonfiction. Every issue showcases all the genre has to offer--blending reflection with reportage, style with substance, insight with inspiration.
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One exceptional essay by one writer delivered every month to your door.
True Story is a new home for longform nonfiction narratives.
Published monthly by the editors of Creative Nonfiction magazine, each pocket-size issue of True Story showcases one exceptional essay by one exceptional writer. From issue to issue, this new mini-magazine features the widest possible variety of voices and styles and subjects.
Offering a vivid report from real life, each issue of True Story is a small immersion in a larger-than-life story or experience that makes us think differently about what it means to be human.
Edited by Lee Gutkind
Addressing bipolar disorder, OCD, trichotillomania, self-harm, PTSD, and other diagnoses, these original true stories vividly depict the difficulties and sorrows--and sometimes, too, the unexpected and surprising rewards--of living with mental illness. more
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Through a combination of instruction, writing exercises, and guided study, participants will discover what a strong narrator can give an author—and, equally important, when the narrator should step back and allow the character to come to the forefront.