Issue 68 / Fall 2018
Creative Nonfiction #68: “Risk” explores how we balance the threat of loss against the promise of gain. Writers recall the thrill and terror of going off the high-dive and skiing alone in avalanche country (which one really shouldn’t do). They impulsively invite famous chefs over for dinner, set off on poorly planned road trips, and weigh the advantages of medicating their children.
Plus, the role of litmags in the Trump era; how to “get naked” on the page; lessons from John McPhee; tiny truths; and more.
Brenda Miller and Julie Marie Wade
Anne P. Beatty
Allison K Williams
Hitting the reset button
Writers drunk on lust, life, booze, beauty, words, and the Holy Spirit
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