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about voice an awful lot  as a creator, and too early on in the process, may put pressure on the writer ... intentional place. I had known for a long time that I wanted to write about a certain metaphysical state I’d experienced often as a child, but I had kept putting it off—like for decades—because I was jittery about ...
said, “I don’t mind that you’re writing these, but can’t you change my name?” Writing honestly about loved ones—specifically, writing about family—is one of the trickiest aspects of memoir writing, perhaps ... to you,” she says in Bird by Bird. “Tell your stories. If people wanted you to write warmly about them, ...
that they may hurt the country quite badly. The experience of Zimbabwe compels us to be modest about what we think we know about South Africa's future. References I. I was Fulbright Research Associate ... 2005-06/2005-06-24-voa4.cfm?renderforprint= I &textonly= I && TEXTMODE= ...
http://www.uiowapress.org/books/2013-spring/mythical-bill.htm Writing and reading memoirs and essays about illness, suffering, and, ultimately, grief ... is a peril: Navel-gazing is part of the job (after all, it’s their navels they’re writing about), but readers who seek out personal nonfiction about the body often do so because they yearn to see a glimpse ...
Contributor Jonathan Evison is the author of All About Lulu, which won the Washington State Book Award. In 2009, he was awarded the Richard Buckley Fellowship from the Christopher Isherwood Foundation. His second novel, West of Here, will be released in February 2011 from Algonquin, and his third novel, ...
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Contributor David Starkey served as Santa Barbara’s 2009-2010 poet laureate and is director of the Creative Writing Program at Santa Barbara City College.  His most recent full-length collections of poetry are A Few Things You Should Know about the Weasel (Biblioasis, 2010) and It Must Be Like the World (Pecan ...
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Contributor Aracelis González Asendorf was born in Cuba and raised in Florida. Her work has appeared in Kweli Journal, Puerto del Sol, The Acentos Review, Litro, The South Atlantic Review, Saw Palm, and Black Fox Literary Magazine. Her stories have been anthologized in All About Skin: Short Fiction ...
Contributor Taney Kurth is a husband and a father of three. He's an MFA candidate at Iowa's Nonfiction Writing Program. He has written essays about sign language, autopsies, the Berenstain Bears, and video games, and is currently writing his thesis about his experiences with the Mormon church. ...
Contributor Kevin Davis is a Chicago writer and author, most recently, of  Defending The Damned.  He's currently working on a book about the intersection of neuroscience, law, and criminal responsibility.  Contributions Issue 143  Winter/Spring 2013 Tuesday, January 1, 2013 Interview Stephen Elliott: ...
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in comparative literature at Brown University, writing a monograph about Franz Fanon. He majored in Germanic studies at the Univeristy of Liège in Belgium where he wrote about Salman Rushdie. Diop has completed ...

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