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Flashy Non-Fiction By Sarah Elizabeth Tracy
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Print version of Sarah Tracy's blog "Flashy Non-Fiction" available on Blogspot.
The Spirit of Kasacba: A Creative Non-fiction Novel By Donna Kay Cindy Kakonge
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The Spirit of Kasacba is a thoughtful journey of a young Ugandan boy who struggles with the loss of his father and making his way while growing up without the presence of his father. The... More > story travels from Uganda to Kitchener, Ontario and then back to Uganda...and then back to Toronto. The young Ugandan boy Atwoki makes a life for himself in Toronto after marrying a Caribbean woman from St. Vincent and the Grenadines named Rachel. They have three children and the challenges of an immigrants raising newly-minted Canadians sometimes bring heartaches and tears, other times great triumphs and happiness. Join the Kasacba family on their journey of Canadian life and raising their children in the risky times of the nineteen seventies to the millenium. More stories are to unfold.< Less
Best Student Creative Non-Fiction By Jillian Towne
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An anthology of outstanding student creative non-fiction writing, organized as a progression from short, simple creative exercises to developed pieces and full memoir. Ideal for classroom use.
Best Student Creative Non-Fiction By Jillian Towne
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An anthology of outstanding student creative non-fiction writing, organized as a progression from short, simple creative exercises to developed pieces and full memoir. Ideal for classroom use.
[Id]entidad: A Collaborative Non-fiction Journal, Issue One By [Id]entidad
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First publication of [Id]entidad (Second Edition). First Edition originally published in 2012. Edited by Joel D. Rodríguez-Rivera. [Id]entidad is a student-focused collaborative non-fiction... More > journal project where individuals can express themselves creatively through literary styles, artistic techniques, and digital media by telling stories of themselves: their history, ideals, cultural expressions, and other aspects of what they consider to be part of an “identity.” This journal is updated online bi-monthly and will be available in print by request. It explores the limits of non-fiction by using different and mixed genres, including art and photography. Collaborators are welcome to use English and/or Spanish in their submissions; nevertheless, other languages are welcome as long as translations in either English or Spanish are included.< Less
Nothing to Write Home About - A Fictionalized Memoir of Cold War Military Service By Pete Byrne
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“Nothing to Write Home About” is a lightly fictionalized memoir of a now distant period of recent American History, “The Cold War.” In mid-1950s America, a rite of male... More > passage was a couple of years of non-threatening, peacetime military service. By 1955, the war in Korea was two years past and Vietnam was still just a name. For the author, then aged eighteen, the Army offered an escape from the confines of a blue-collar neighborhood, a first opening on and into a larger world, a semi-grownup world filled with characters from all over the country, some good, some not so good and some just outlandish. Two years in the Army, with duty in South Carolina, Arkansas, Colorado and finally Germany became, unknowingly at the time, one of the genuinely educational and more memorable experiences of a lifetime.< Less
Unveiled (Mostly Fictional Stories) By Marcia M. Guest
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Each story in this collection unveils a phrase from the traditional wedding vows: From This Day Forward; For Better For Worse; For Richer For Poorer, and so on. The time periods and the characters... More > shift from the ‘80s to the ‘90s, back to the ‘60s and then up to the 2000s. Frankie is a father’s young daughter in one story and in another she has matured into a man’s new wife. Avery is one of the in-laws in one story and a helpful neighbor in the next. Vera is a middle-aged housewife in two consecutive stories. While the first six stories are fiction, the last story is non-fiction--my memoir. Teachers might say I broke the rules by including fiction and non-fiction bundled together in one collection, but it just came out that way. The funny thing is that some readers have tried to find truth in the fiction and lies in the non-fiction.< Less
Non nobis, Domine! By Hermann Harlos
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When Arminius von Welterod joins the order of the Temple in 1277, he has high expectations. Some of them are fulfilled, but the fall of the Holy Land in 1291 plunges him into a severe personal... More > crisis. He overcomes the crisis, rises to new heights, penetrates the deepest eosteric secrets of the order, and decides to covertly expose them in a series of letters to the Beguines, who disseminate them into the public mainstream. After the dissolution of the order in 1312 he is tried for heresy, barely escapes being burned at the stake, writes his memoirs and hides them in a cave. This novel is meticulously researched and as historically accurate as can be. It gives the reader rare and precious insights into the daily life, the religous practices, the spiritual and secular goals as well as the secret initiation rites of the order of the Temple. It is vividly and compellingly written, as if the author had been there himself and experienced what he describes.< Less
Moving: A Memoir By David Polanco
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The First Ebook Edition contains four essays and a forward written by the author. This powerful collection of essays offers an intimate glimpse into the life of a Dominican boy growing up in New... More > York City and going off to college while facing the suffocating pressures of poverty and prejudice. The mesmerizing vulnerability of this narrative will leave you wanting more from first-time author David Polanco.< Less
Moving: A Memoir By David Polanco
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The Uncensored Hardcover Edition includes two bonus essays titled "White Noise" and "My Family Members are Victims, Not Dumb, Lazy Criminals". This powerful collection of essays... More > offers an intimate glimpse into the life of a Dominican boy growing up in New York City and going off to college while facing the suffocating pressures of poverty and prejudice. The mesmerizing vulnerability of this narrative will leave you wanting more from first-time author David Polanco.< Less