Month: April 2016

Fictionating Creative Nonfiction by Vicki Entreken

Fictionating Creative Nonfiction by Vicki Entreken

Okay, so I made up the word fictionating. We have to have some license as nonfiction writers, to occasionally make stuff up, right? Maybe. As creative nonfiction writers? Absolutely. This doesn’t mean we get to fudge on the facts, or mislead readers, just to make […]

A Conversation with Edan Lepucki, Author of California

A Conversation with Edan Lepucki, Author of California

Edan Lepucki is the author of the novella If You’re Not Yet Like Me, originally published by Flatmancrooked, and recently re-released by Nouvella Press.  The Los Angeles Times named her a Face to Watch for 2014. Her debut novel, California, was published by Little, Brown on […]