- The Theatricality of Creative NonfictionConverting Actor Advice for Writers While writing itself may be a solo act, the resulting story is destined for an audience. Creative nonfiction combines the solo act of writing with the intensely personal experience and emotions connected to the events […]
- In Praise of CreativityWhat we do is often referred to as “creative” writing. But just how creative are most of us in our work? Creative writing instructors (at least mine) are fond of saying that there are no hard and fast rules for […]
- Write Small for a Bigger ImpactWriters have to recognize and accept an essential artistic paradox that the more specific and individual things become, the more universal they feel. That’s from an essay written by Richard Russo a couple of decades ago. I’ve been thinking about […]
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