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Writing Motherhood

Then & Now
Parenting blogs and magazines have become ubiquitous, but is the literature of motherhood still undervalued?

Kid-dom, in all its messy glory

Ready or not, here we come ... with a brand new issue! Creative Nonfiction #60: Childhood more

Last Call for "How We Teach" submissions

We want to hear all about teaching in all shapes and forms. more

Online Classes: Fall Registration Now Open

Historical Narratives, Thirty Minute Memoir, Narrative Medicine, and more! more

True Empathy or Understanding is Rare

A conversation with Judith Barrington
Writing becomes a safe space for difficult memories. An interview with the winner of the $1,000 "Childhood" essay contest!

What's the Story #60

The good, the bad, and the biting truth: the writing in this issue is what creative nonfiction is all about.

Before We’re Writers, We’re Readers

Fifteen contemporary writers of creative nonfiction discuss the nonfiction books they remember best from childhood and which influenced them as writers.

I Survived the Blizzard of ’79

As the snow falls ever heavier and the temperature drops ever lower in the author's hometown, she ventures out into a world of white.

The Marrying Kind

Essay
Married for twenty years, happily divorced for six, the author vowed never to wed again—except in the role of officiant.

Stories That Must Be Told

Introduction
"Inside these pages, you will meet 20 people who are living with mental illness. Be prepared to recognize yourself."

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