Moore, this guide is perfect for both the classroom and the individual writer’s desk—an essential handbook for anyone interested in the scintillating and succinct flash nonfiction form.
The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction: Tips from Editors, Teachers, and Writers in the FieldRose Metal Press #ad - Ehrhardt • sherrie flick • vanessa gebbie • tom hazuka •nathan leslie • michael martone • julio ortega • pamela Painter • Jayne Anne Phillips • Jennifer Pieroni • Shouhua Qi • Bruce Holland Rogers • Robert Shapard • Deb Olin Unferth • Lex Williford. This guide is a must for anyone in the field of short fiction who teaches, writes, and is interested in its genesis and practice.
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Featuring essays from: nin andrews • joe bonomo • john bradley • brigitte byrd • maxine chernoff • david daniel • denise duhamel • nancy eimers • beckian fritz goldberg • ray gonzalez • arielle greenberg • kevin griffith • carol guess • maurice kilwein guevara • James Harms • Bob Hicok • Tung-Hui Hu • Christopher Kennedy • David Keplinger • Gerry LaFemina • David Lazar • Alexander Long • Kathleen McGookey • Robert Miltner • Amy Newman • William Olsen • Andrew Michael Roberts • Michael Robins • Mary Ann Samyn • Maureen Seaton • David Shumate • Jeffrey Skinner • Mark Wallace • Gary Young.
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Crafting The Personal Essay: A Guide for Writing and Publishing Creative Non-FictionWriter's Digest Books #ad - While some people persist in the belief that essays are stuffy and antiquated, the truth is that the personal essay is an ever-changing creative medium that provides an ideal vehicle for satisfying the human urge to document truths as we experience them and share them with othersto capture a bit of life on paper.
Crafting the personal essay is designed to help you explore the flexibility and power of the personal essay in your own writing. Award winning essayist scott russell sanders once compared the art of essay writing to "the pursuit of mental rabbits"a rambling through thickets of thought in search of some brief glimmer of fuzzy truth.
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This hands-on, personality, creativity-expanding guide will help you infuse your nonfiction with honesty, and energy.
Tell It Slant, Second EditionMcGraw-Hill Education #ad - You will learn how to find a distinctive voice, use prompts to get started and keep writing, tackle and enjoy background research, discover stories in impossible places, and more. This second edition includes a new chapter on publication--print, digital; an update on "The Particular Challenges of Creative Nonfiction" chapter to include references to James Frey and other controversies regarding nonfiction ethics; and an expanded resource section and bibliography.
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Five stars for Tell It Slant. Whether you are writing a memoir or researched essay, the award-winning authors will guide you along the journey, using intensive instruction and an abundance of writing exercises.
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Openhearted and effortlessly funny, these brilliantly selected glimpses of the arc of a life are, in an age of excessive confession and recrimination, a welcome tonic.
Brief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary NonfictionW. W. Norton & Company #ad - From the rant to the rave, the meditation to the polemic, the confession to the valediction, this collection of shorts—this celebration of true and vivid prose—will enlarge your world. Brief encounters features the work of the emerging and the established—including Stuart Dybek, funny, provocative, sad, Leslie Jamison, Roxanne Gay, and Julian Barnes—arranged by theme to explore the human condition in ways intimate, Eduardo Galeano, idiosyncratic, lyrical, unflinching.
The best of short literary memoirs, and reflections, essays, many of which were written expressly for this collection. In brief encounters, perspectives, sensibilities, she and writer/editor/actor Dinah Lenney expand this vibrant field with nearly eighty new selections: shorts—as these sharply focused pieces have come to be known— representing an impressive range of voices, and forms.
Brief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary Nonfiction #ad - Also availablethe late judith kitchen, in short, editor of the perennially popular anthologies Short Takes, and In Brief, was greatly influential in recognizing and establishing flash creative nonfiction as a form in its own right.
Brevity: A Flash Fiction HandbookColumbia University Press #ad - For more information, see davidgalef. Com/brevity. Brevity is an indispensable resource for anyone working in this increasingly popular form. In brevity, david galef provides a guide to writing flash fiction, from tips on technique to samples by canonical and contemporary authors to provocative prompts that inspire powerful stories in a little space.
A writer and longtime creative writing teacher, Galef also shows how flash fiction skills translate to other types of writing. The authors range from the famous, to today's voices, such as Colette and Borges, like Roxane Gay and Bruce Holland Rogers. Galef traces the genre back to its varied origins, twist stories, prose poems, character sketches, from the short-short to nanofiction, with examples that include vignettes, surrealism, lists, fables, and metafiction.
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Tell It Slant, Third EditionMcGraw-Hill Education #ad - Moore, author of the mindful Writer: Noble Truths of the Writing Life. This book provides the basis for a complete education in nonfiction writing, wherever your classroom might be. Publisher's note: products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.
This revised and updated third edition offers: • new and expanded chapters on writing about identity, and navigating the publishing industry• An anthology with diverse pieces that range from traditional essay to the graphic memoir• Expanded discussion of contemporary and emerging literary forms• New “Try It” writing exercises throughout the book Whether planning a course or learning on your own, maintaining a productive work/life balance, Tell It Slant provides everything you need to know to develop a distinctive voice and to craft compelling creative nonfiction.
Two award-winning authors reveal everything you need to know to develop your own distinctive voice and craft compelling, creative nonfiction “Tell all the Truth but tell it Slant. Emily dickinson with these words, Dickinson offers sound advice for nonfiction writers: Tell the truth but become more than mere transcribers of daily life.
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Tell it slant is a valuable and comprehensive resource for nonfiction writers, filled with exhilarating examples, powerful exercises, and pure inspiration.