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Becoming the Wind

An Interview with Mark Nystrom
"Artists and scientists are curious people, and our work often starts with a question."

How Place Makes Us Human

A conversation with Amaris Ketcham
The winner of Creative Nonfiction's 'The Weather' contest talks about her prize-winning essay, "Recorded Lightning."

Narrative Writing Fellowships in Science and Religion

Do you have a compelling true story to write about harmonies between science and religion? more

Good weather has arrived

Now available ... Creative Nonfiction #58: The Weather Issue more

How can something so beautiful be so deadly at the same time?

An interview with Al Roker
America's weatherman on his accidental television career; why we’re so addicted to watching news coverage of weather events; and the satisfactions of writing books.

Finding Truth in Technology

Five memoirists share their favorite tools for recreating scenes and setting
"What will 'true' mean when we have so many technological tools to aid us in recreating settings and scenes?"

In the Grip of the Sky

Essay
If you're wracked with joint pain, you don't need a weather man to know which way the wind blows

What's the Story #58

From the Editor
There's an element of mystery to the weather; that's what keeps it interesting.

15 Most Read in 2015

Year-End List
The most popular essays & articles on our site this year.

WANTED: Instagram Micro Essays

We're expanding our Tiny Truths contest. more

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