Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Elizabeth Kadetsky "A New Yorker in Melbourne: On Creative Nonfiction, a Conference, a Hired Bicycle" Brevity

Elizabeth Kadetsky's work of nonfiction, "A New Yorker in Melbourne: On Creative Nonfiction, a Conference, a Hired Bicycle," appears in Brevity and vividly describes the writer's reflections and experiences astride a bicycle in Melbourne.

"Perhaps it's my being a New Yorker that caused me to notice, first, about Melbourne, its rules."

The piece clarifies the writer's character, as well as two cityscapes, the NonfictioNow conference, and parallels between nonfiction writing and the making and breaking of rules.

Check it out.





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River Dragon Sky, a new novel

Monday, December 3, 2012

Glen Pourciau "Trace" The Saint Ann's Review

Glen Pourciau's story "Trace" appears in The Saint Ann's Review and presents a rich, subtle family relationship and conflict in which two sets of parents overhear talking about each other's kid and wonderfully try to defend their conceptions of how their children feel.

The dialogue comes across as witty, and it clarifies motivation and feeling while revealing character depth.

A very good read . . .




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River Dragon Sky, a new novel