Creative Nonfiction

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  1. Book ImageBrief Encounters: A Collection of Contemporary Nonfiction

    Judith Kitchen, Dinah Lenney

    The best of short literary memoirs, essays, and reflections, many of which were written expressly for this collection. Also availableMore

  2. Book ImageKeep It Real: Everything You Need to Know About Researching and Writing Creative Nonfiction

    Lee Gutkind

    The one guide every creative nonfiction writer needs to turn to when being "creative."More

  3. Book ImageThe Best Creative Nonfiction

    Lee Gutkind

    Volume(s): 1

    Narrative nonfiction at its cutting-edge best from writers at the cusp of recognition and fame.More

  4. Book ImageShort Takes: Brief Encounters with Contemporary Nonfiction

    Judith Kitchen

    Invigorating creative nonfiction—short, but never slight—gathered by the co-editor of In Short and In Brief.More

  5. Book ImageIn Fact: The Best of Creative Nonfiction

    Lee Gutkind, Annie Dillard

    A cross section of the famous and those bound to become so, this collection is a riveting experience highlighting the expanding importance of this dramatic and exciting new genre.More

  6. Book ImageIn Brief: Short Takes on the Personal

    Mary Paumier Jones, Judith Kitchen

    An exciting new anthology by the editors of the popular In Short, about which Publishers Weekly said: "Even readers skeptical of short-attention-span publishing will find these shorts addictive."More

  7. Book ImageIn Short: A Collection of Brief Creative Nonfiction

    Mary Paumier Jones, Judith Kitchen

    Welcome to the first anthology to identify and celebrate a new nonfiction form: the Short!More

  8. Book ImageThe Prelude: 1799, 1805, 1850

    William Wordsworth, M. H. Abrams, Stephen Gill, Et Al.

    This volume is the first to present Wordsworth's great poem in all three of its forms. It reprints, on facing pages, the version of The Prelude that was completed in 1805, together with the much-revised work published after the poets death in 1850. In addition, the editors include the two-part version of the poem, composed in 1798-99. Each of these poems possesses distinctive qualities and values; to read them together provides an incomparable chance to observe a great poet composing and re-composing, throughout a long life, his major work.More