The State of the American Magazine
A Keynote Discussion & Literary Reception
Presented by the Creative Nonfiction Foundation & Point Park University.
Join us for a lively and thought-provoking evening as editors from some of the nation's most influential magazines discuss the evolving role of periodicals in today's highly politicized world. This special keynote discussion will be a rare opportunity for writers and readers interested in the craft of creative nonfiction.
ROBERT P. BAIRD ESQUIRE ARTICLES EDITOR
CRESSIDA LEYSHON NEW YORKER SENIOR EDITOR
JAMES MARCUS HARPER'S EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
DAN PIEPENBRING PARIS REVIEW WEB EDITOR
ILENA SILVERMAN NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE FEATURES EDITOR
Discussion moderated by
LEE GUTKIND CREATIVE NONFICTION FOUNDING EDITOR
FRIDAY, MAY 26, 2017, 5PM
Point Park University
University Center // George R. White Theater
414 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
This event will be followed by a literary cocktail reception in the Urban Park in Point Park's Academic Village at Wood Street and Boulevard of the Allies. Please present your keynote ticket to gain access.
This keynote event is sponsored by Creative Nonfiction Foundation and Park Park University. It is part of the 2017 Creative Nonfiction Writers' Conference. The price of this event is included in the cost of conference registration, but individual tickets are also available.
2017 Creative Nonfiction Writers' Conference
Personal. Public. Published.
Now in its 5th year, the CNF Writers' Conference brings writers, editors, and agents together for panels and presentations about the art, craft, and business of narrative nonfiction.
In today's publishing climate, personal stories driven by a strong first-person voice are taking on the most important topics of our time. Meaning: your story matters more than ever. And whether you're writing your first essay, article, or proposal--or have a couple of books under your belt--the conference has something for you.
Questions? Contact our Events Manager, Lauren Boehm, at firstname.lastname@example.org.