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How to Write Creative Non-fiction - New By Donna Kakonge
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Creative non-fiction is the type of writing that people like Truman Capote, Guy Talese, Joan Didion, Tom Wolfe, John McPhee and Hunter S. Thompson made famous. It's the type of writing where the... More > research is rich and multi-layered, the writing is dramatic and literary, you can take several points of view and have more freedom than with traditional journalism – or you can choose to stick to "just the facts" with a sprinkle of imagination for garnish. It differs from traditional journalism in that you don't always have to take an objective stance in the research, reporting and writing. What you read in the front pages of newspapers is traditional journalism in democratic nations. Reporters and editors have a written rule to deliver "just the facts, ma'am." The key element with this type of journalism is that you can be creative, but still tell the truth. It gives you the chance to be more of an artist with your writing, while still protecting the craft of journalism.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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