Issue 44 / Spring 2012
Navigating unfamiliar terrain
Creative Nonfiction #44 features a slew of true stories about navigating unfamiliar terrain: going out into Cairo in niqab; searching for a young man lost in the Grand Canyon; waiting for news about a possible nuclear accident in Ukraine; decoding an invitation in Vietnam; and committing (digital) atrocities in foreign lands.
CNF #44 also explores the line between documentation and exploitation; the legacy of mid-century environmental writers; the small publishing landscape; and the quiet pleasures of quotidian nonfiction.
Adam Regn Arvidson
J. Nicholas Geist
Steven Boyd Saum
If revenge is a dish best served cold, this is an icy feast
CNF's long-awaited "True Crime" issue brings chills
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