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    Creative nonfiction : how to live it and write it / Lee Gutkind.
    by Gutkind, Lee.
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  • Reportage literature -- Technique -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Nonfiction novel -- Technique -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Exposition (Rhetoric) -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Creative writing -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Authorship -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Authorship.
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  • English language -- Composition and exercises.
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  • Creative nonfiction.
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    Chicago, Ill. : Chicago Review Press, c1996.
    Edition: 
    1st ed.
    Description: 
    x, 168 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
    ISBN: 
    1556522665
    9781556522666
    Contents: 
    Introduction: Creative nonfiction may not alleviate the agony, but may provide the ecstasy -- The three-dimensional genre. Be a clown -- be whatever or whomever you dream -- The most popular genre -- Inventing yourself -- That blurred gray line -- On the road to an M.F.A. -- A higher agenda -- Creative nonfiction workshop -- The name game -- It's not always everything about you -- The architecture of the essay. Schedules -- The frame -- A double perspective -- The art and craft of writing -- Playing with time -- Beginning at the beginning...with a strong scene that connotes action and involvement -- Main point of focus -- Remembering to be cinematic with scene-by-scene construction -- The elements of a scene.
    Cont.): The "business of writing...and the writing business -- A day in the life of a writer -- Making a difference -- Helpful information -- Readings. "Bush taxi commandos" / Peter Chilson -- "Garden in winter" / Jeanne Marie Laskas -- "What's driving Tom Cruise?" / Jeanne Marie Laskas -- "How Tununak came to me" / Carolyn Kremers -- "A conversation with Diane Ackerman" / Kathleen Veslany -- "If and when" / Mimi Schwartz.
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    Through writing samples, anecdotes, and exercises, explains how to write nonfiction in an entertaining way.
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