Roy Peter Clark, author of Writing Tools and The Art of X-Ray Reading, joined me on #CNF.
Jennifer Niesslein, formerly a co-editor and co-founder of Brain, Child, and currently editor and founder of Full Grown People, joined me on Episode 41 to talk about the art of editing.
I read my essay "The Gentleman's Guide to Arousal-Free Slow Dancing," which was published in Creative Nonfiction's "Joy" issue.
Philip Gerard, author of "The Art of Creative Research" stopped by #CNF HQ to talk about the serious research behind all great works of writing.
Angela Palm, author of "Riverine" (Graywolf Press) and the essay "Hierarchy of Needs" talks about the perils of the submission game, the power of leveling up, and to be on the lookout for organizing principles.
Kim Kankiewicz won Creative Nonfiction's essay prize for Issue No. 32, an issue themed "Joy". Lots of cool insights from a brilliant voice in personal essay.
Sybil Baker talks about her book Immigration Essays, published by C&R Press.
I say in the intro this is Episode 35. It's 34. With Tom McAllister, author of the memoir "Bury Me in My Jersey" and the novel "The Young Widower's Handbook."
Author Melissa Chadburn talks writing and her incredible piece of work "The Readiness Assessment."