Jen Miller is a freelance writer and wouldn't have it any other way. She talks about that and her most recent book "Running: A Love Story."
Chautauqua Americana published my essay, "That Pickoff Play", earlier this year. The editors nominated it for a Pushcart Prize. I read that essay for this milestone episode of #CNF.
Pete Croatto celebrates 10 years of freelancing by sharing what he's learned over that time.
Paul Lisicky stops by the podcast to talk about his memoir "The Narrow Door."
Meet Kevin Robbins, author of "Harvey Penick: The Life and Wisdom from the Man Who Wrote the Book on Golf."
Elane Johnson won "Creative Nonfiction's" marriage essay contest. The title of the essay is "The Math of Marriage." It's distinctive and hilarious.
Elane also teaches online courses in creative nonfiction. "Teaching for me is writing," she says.
Go on with your bad selves and listen to Episode 25 of the #CNF Podcast!
Brin-Jonathan Butler's memoir "The Domino Diaries" is now out in paperback (go buy it). It's about his time in Cuba boxing with world champions, chasing Hemingway's ghost, and spending 10 years of his life in Castro's Cuba.
Sound good? That's because it is.
Author Tom Stanton talks about his latest book "Terror in the City of Champions."
Jeff Krulik is a documentary film maker—the first on #CNF!—and he stops by the show to talk about his approach to work, the history behind "Heavy Metal Parking Lot," and being a freelancer for 20 years.