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We Can Only Navigate With What We Know

A conversation with Elane Johnson

A Story We Tell Ourselves and Others

Required Reading
Finding inspiration in marriage memoirs

The Math of Marriage

Winner: Best Essay Prize, "Marriage"
One simple equation compels the author to take a fifth trip down the aisle

What's the Story #59

From the Editor
These days, we’re free—for better or for worse, as the traditional ceremony puts it—to pick and choose rather than relying on tradition to tell us.

Writing Away the Stigma

Three free events for Mental Health Month more

Writing Pittsburgh Book Preview Party

Wednesday April 20th, 5:30-7:30 at The Beauty Shoppe, 6101 Penn Ave. Click the link to the right to RSVP. more

New Calls for Submissions

We're looking for true stories of all shapes and sizes! more

Becoming the Wind

An Interview with Mark Nystrom
"Artists and scientists are curious people, and our work often starts with a question."

How Place Makes Us Human

A conversation with Amaris Ketcham
The winner of Creative Nonfiction's 'The Weather' contest talks about her prize-winning essay, "Recorded Lightning."

Narrative Writing Fellowships in Science and Religion

Do you have a compelling true story to write about harmonies between science and religion? more