Narrative credibility is in the eye of the beholder
Is it just coincidence that we began to worry about truth in memoir just as long-silenced classes began to tell their stories?
From Rachel Carson to Cheryl Strayed, what women writers have found in the wild
The better we understand the brain's processes, the more artful our writing can be.
Adelheid Fischer visits biomimicry expert Janine Benyus, who puts her theories to the test in her Montana backyard.
Parenting blogs and magazines have become ubiquitous, but is the literature of motherhood still undervalued?
Fifteen contemporary writers of creative nonfiction discuss the nonfiction books they remember best from childhood and which influenced them as writers.
New York Times obituary writer Margalit Fox has the last word
Finding inspiration in marriage memoirs
Five memoirists share their favorite tools for recreating scenes and setting
"What will 'true' mean when we have so many technological tools to aid us in recreating settings and scenes?"
There's an element of mystery to the weather; that's what keeps it interesting.