Issue 76 / Winter 2022
The evolution of creative nonfiction
In this, the newly redesigned issue of Creative Nonfiction, we explore the deep roots of the genre, as far back as the late 1600s, and celebrate the spirit of rebellion that’s always infused it. And we consider where we are now—as writers and citizens, as artists and human beings—at this moment that feels pivotal for so many.
Plus, new essays about the limitations of identity labels; what we can (and can’t) learn from dinosaur tracks; how to reintegrate after two military tours overseas; the challenges of translation; and how to approach a sibling who’s taken a deep dive into conspiracy theories.
FEATURING WORK BY
Valerie Boyd, Margaret Kimball, Bret Lott, Marisa L. Manuel, Brenda Miller, Clinton Crockett Peters, and others.
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Marisa L. Manuel
Margrét Ann Thors
Valerie Boyd and Sejal Shah
Clinton Crockett Peters
Molly Sepkoski St. Clair
Anika Fajardo, Jennifer R. Hubbard, Marion Agnew, Chris Galvin, Laurie Granieri, Karen Zey, William Reagan, Connie Kuhns and Jane Hammons
Revisiting some of our favorite work from the past 10 years
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