Issue 72 / Fall 2019
The power of play
Play is serious business! In Creative Nonfiction #72: “Games,” writers connect with friends, family, and strangers to play Hanabi and hide-and-seek, mah-jongg and make-believe. Online or in-person, they explore other worlds, try on new ways of being, and find unexpected meaning.
Plus: what writers can learn from video game audience research; the importance of rhythm in prose; Procrastination Bingo; and much more.
Sasha Barab and Alan Gershenfeld
Linda Stallman Gibson
Sheryl St. Germain
Renee Aukeman Prymus
Nicole Graev Lipson
First times, last times, and everything in between
The self in the world
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