We are most likely to find joy when we're fully absorbed in something and, thus, transported beyond the ordinary distractions and discomforts of daily life
There’s a story in every design and a design in every story.
The good, the bad, and the biting truth: the writing in this issue is what creative nonfiction is all about.
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.
There's an element of mystery to the weather; that's what keeps it interesting.
"Sometimes, the most unlikely and unexpected juxtapositions of frame and focus create the most effective stories."
There’s a lot of waiting going on at CNF, but what we wait for most of all is compelling, informative, enticing narrative essays. Being able to publish great work is what makes all the rest of the waiting worthwhile.
We live in the world of online data and social media and reality TV. For better and worse, our notions of privacy are changing. And memoir has proven it’s here to stay.
Writing true stories that reflect what you think and see and remember can be rife with personal hazards.
These stories, personal and political, grapple with important questions that ultimately get at the heart of how to live.