Non-Fiction Friday

June 13, 2014 non-fiction 10

NonFictionFriday2Non-Fiction Friday is a link-up where you can find all of the awesome non-fiction happenings of the week. Be sure to link-up your non-fiction posts too!

Non-Fiction News and Resources

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10 Responses to “Non-Fiction Friday”

  1. Jennine G.

    I linked The Things They Carried cause it’s based on Tim O’Brien’s Vietnam experience. It’s a pseudo memoir.

  2. Sophie

    Ooh, that narrative non-fiction list looks great! And interesting that you bring up the Health Hearing reading list, since I recently finished I Can Hear You Whisper.

    Ahhh and that Lee Gutkind collaboration sounds amazing – I always wonder why they don’t teach researchers (and policy makers, and anyone else who might have to convey a complex idea to the public) how to communicate more effectively… now I wish my school offered some sort of creative nonfiction writing class for grad students! (I actually just subscribed to one year’s worth of Creative Nonfiction – can’t wait to get these magazines, they look so cool! :)) As always, thanks for sharing!

    • DoingDewey

      I agree, more researchers should learn to write for a general audience! I might have to subscribe to Creative Nonfiction too. The most recent issue looks interesting!

  1. Weekly Paper (33) | Paper Breathers

    […] Two professors at Arizona State University created collaborations between policy scholars and writers and taught them creative nonfiction writing to promote better science communication. THIS NEEDS TO BE A THING! Lee Gutkind, one of the ASU professors, is also the founding editor of Creative Nonfiction. (via Katie @ Doing Dewey) […]

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