Issue 03 / 1995
Showcasing a diverse array of female authors whose powerful narratives promise to shape the future of the creative nonfiction genre.
Featuring an assortment of unique essays, “Emerging Women Writers” showcases a diverse array of authors who are not yet well recognized in terms of publicity or credentials, but whose powerful narratives promise to shape the future of the creative nonfiction genre.
From a complicated birth to a conversation with a stranger in a swimming pool, magicians on stage to caring for disabled family members, these stories give a peek into the complex private worlds of their authors. With work from Jeanne Marie Laskas, Lauren Slater, Jane Bernstein, and more, this issue also features an encounter with Diane Ackerman.
Jeanne Marie Laskas
Diana Hume George
The spiritual and literal truth
Fundamental pieces of the genre
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