Now available ... Creative Nonfiction #58: The Weather Issue more
An interview with Al Roker
America's weatherman on his accidental television career; why we’re so addicted to watching news coverage of weather events; and the satisfactions of writing books.
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?"
If you're wracked with joint pain, you don't need a weather man to know which way the wind blows
There's an element of mystery to the weather; that's what keeps it interesting.
The most popular essays & articles on our site this year.
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An Interview with Lenka Clayton
"I have come to realize that obstruction is one of my main working materials. I'm drawn to ideas that seem impossible, or at least too difficult to bother trying to do."