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Clicking on a title/link will take you to the page for the title, where you'll find information about the book. "Mc Phee has set the standard for the genre of creative nonfiction . by Sherry Ellis (writing exercises of masters of creative nonfiction) Contemporary Creative Nonfiction: The Art of Truth, ed.
" -- Carol in CA "Jim was one of my first matches... Helpful tips from a Harvard writers conference (Livia Blackburn's blog, A Brain Scientist's Take on Writing) The Storytellers Summit blog . Kevin Kerrane and Ben Yagoda The Elements of Story: Field Notes on Nonfiction Writing, by Francis Flaherty (excellent short takes on the architecture, bones, & tendrils of story and character development, especially for journalism) Follow the Story: How to Write Successful Nonfiction by James Stewart To Show and to Tell: The Craft of Literary Nonfiction by Phillip Lopate Imaginative Writing: The Elements of Craft, by Janet Burroway Now Write!You can watch videos of great talks from this conference held at the University of Florida in 2010: Roy Peter Clark, Andrea Billups, David Finkel, Ellis Amburn, Lane De Gregory, Keith Sykes & Tom Corcoran, Liz Balmaseda & Fabiola Santiago, Tom French, and three biographers: John Capouya, William Mc Keen & Ellis Amburn. With humor and aplomb, he recalls anecdotes about how he approached a story: from interviewing and reporting to drafting and revising, to working with editors and publishers . Nonfiction: Memoir, Journalism and Creative Nonfiction Exercises from Today's Best Writers ed.You stick to the truth--the storytelling is fact-based--but you adapt some of the features of fiction (creating a narrative persona, setting scenes, presenting interesting characters, creating the look and feel of a setting, telling a story) to the purposes of journalism.Basically, it's fact-based storytelling that makes people want to keep reading.Conferences on narrative nonfiction/longform journalism Reports from conferences Story structure and storytelling Books on the craft of narrative nonfiction Good explanations and narrative nonfiction resources Outstanding narrative nonfiction books Anthologies of short creative nonfiction Publication and sites that feature narrative nonfiction E-singles, long-form journalism, and "read later" bookmarking systems About audio narrative (including digital and radio storytelling) Multimedia journalism and storytelling Personal storytelling venues Online venues for true stories and narrative nonfiction The Moth Online examples of excellent storytelling Other venues for stories told aloud to a live audience Paris Review interviews with nonfiction authors Why's This So Good?
(Nieman Storyboard on why the classic narrative nonfiction stories work) Excellent online examples of narrative journalism Accuracy, honesty, and truth in narrative nonfiction Characters in narrative nonfiction Narrative nonfiction goes under many names, including creative nonfiction, literary journalism, and fact-based storytelling.Narrative nonfiction--joining good research with compelling, character-driven storytelling--reads like a novel."Creative nonfiction" is misleading in that it implies the facts can be made up.Forms of creative nonfiction include literary journalism, the memoir, the lyric essay, the prose poem, and the nonfiction short.The Nieman Narrative Digest (see links below) provides links to many excellent newspaper series that take advantage of the form.We are a network of over 600 centers, organisations, and individuals in over 70 countries.