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Despite its current popularity, creative nonfiction is not the only type around. So while I'm receptive to feature stories, memoirs, essays and editorials on war, politics, the theological- ecological- mythological- nexus, the comedy of contemporary manners, and more, there is still room for history, science, the theory and practice of the arts, and other more traditional forms of nonfiction which don't always include the personal witnessing that creative nonfiction usually requires. I only ask that writers avoid the use of technical jargon and make an honest attempt at communicating to a general, intelligent reader.
We also accept reviews although we usually solicit their authors ourselves.
- Tom Wilhelmus, Senior Editor