Creative Nonfiction, #8 Summer 2017
Mary Gustafson, The Price of Hunger
Whitney Mackman, David Duchovny, I Know You Could Love Me
Amy Miller, Cigarettes: It’s What’s for Dinner
Joey Nicoletti, Extinction Wednesday
Jody Peltason, The Third Strongest Girl in the Third Grade
William Reichard, A Burning Man
Natalie Rodriguez, The Permission of Alcohol
Creative Nonfiction, #7 Spring 2017
Abby Burns, Uninvited Hauntings
Michael Chin, The Bionic Elbow
Minna Dubin, Closer to Her
Susan Grant, The Gate
Amanda Kay, The Weight of Smoke
Gleah Powers, The Three Times I Saw My Father
Helen Ruggieri, The Introvert’s Survival Guide
Gretchen Uhrinek, Dan
- Submissions are now CLOSED for Fall 2017.
- We are pleased to offer a bonus issue in June, Creative Nonfiction, #8 Summer 2017. Issues 7 and 8 will be featured into the Fall.
- Longridge Review essayist Kara Knickerbocker has a new website as well as a new book. Next to Everything That Is Breakable is now available for pre-order from Finishing Line Press, described as “…a brilliant debut, blackberried and full…a book about growing up, about the pain of distance, inked with stamps, charging forward like a train that never stops. ” Visit her new site at https://karaknickerbocker.com, and read her LR essay, The Mark I Left.
- Nonfiction editor, Nina Gaby, recently had this exchange with Elizabeth Gaucher. Gaucher is the author of “Dialing the Dark,” an essay featured in The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2017 anthology. Read on for our editor’s take on childhood memories, processing loss, and the complex task of naming evil.
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