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.
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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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