On the Art and Craft of Literary Nonfiction
January 30, 2015 § 1 Comment
If you haven’t visited our Craft section lately, you should. We have a rich resource of craft pieces from past issues, plus the quartet of newcomers:
- Brenda Miller writes on creating a “shared space” between reader and writer,
- Nancy Geyer examines how Lydia Davis’ language wonderfully mimics her subject matter,
- Dylan Landis argues for allowing the reader to construct the emotional response in fiction and memoir,
- and Katlyn Stechschulte discusses useful (and not so useful) workshop critiques.