Issue 48 / Spring 2013
True tales of lust, lies, and bad behavior
Creative Nonfiction #48 features deliciously degenerate stories about sinning in the South, from cheating at pee-wee football to the murderous jealousy of illicit lovers, the perils of shacking up, and the secret pleasures of arson.
All of that (vicarious) sinning calls for a little redemption. In Writers at Work, three authors explore the intersection of literature and healing. Writing isn’t therapy–but can it be therapeutic?
Plus: Tiny truths, a nonfiction sestina, and some stories we regret not being able to publish.
Rachel Michelle Hanson
Mary Helen Kennerly
Harrison Scott Key
Seriously beautiful essays about serious topics, all written by women
Strange-but-true stories of near misses
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