Creative Nonfiction begins life anew as a quarterly magazine

A periodical whose contributors have included Diane Ackerman, Mark Bowden, Tracy Kidder, Cynthia Ozick and George Plimpton is doing something right. And the sleek redesign, by Nathan Davidson and Courtney Centner, of North Side design studio Little Kelpie, promises to give CNF more impact still. […]

For 37 issues, CNF was basically a paperback book. Now it's got the newstand-friendly dimensions of Esquire — though with 90 two-color matte pages, not 140 glossy, full-color ones. And while only ads sport photos, CNF features more graphics and spot illustrations. – Bill O'Driscoll