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How To Write Non Fiction Books

Author : Gordon Wells
ISBN : 1902713028
Genre : Authorship
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This text offers authoritative information for the non-fiction writer, practical advice for both the beginner and the established writer, and useful addresses of professional organizations.
Category: Authorship

Nonfiction Writers Dig Deep

Author : Melissa Stewart
ISBN : 0814133525
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Celebrated authors share essays that describe a critical part of the informational writing process that is often left out of classroom instruction, helping students to craft rich, unique prose.
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Writing For Story

Author : Jon Franklin
ISBN : UCSC:32106011014930
Genre : Rhetoric
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It's the new nonfiction: the creative hybrid combining the readability and excitement of fiction with the best of expository prose; the innovative genre that has been awarded virtually every Pulitzer Prize for literary journalism since 1979. In this book, an undisputed master of the great American nonfiction short story shares his secrets.
Category: Rhetoric

Writing Non Fiction

Author : Stanley Vestal
ISBN : PSU:000030626386
Genre : Authorship
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Telling True Stories

Author : Mark Kramer
ISBN : 9781440628948
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Interested in journalism and creative writing and want to write a book? Read inspiring stories and practical advice from America’s most respected journalists. The country’s most prominent journalists and nonfiction authors gather each year at Harvard’s Nieman Conference on Narrative Journalism. Telling True Stories presents their best advice—covering everything from finding a good topic, to structuring narrative stories, to writing and selling your first book. More than fifty well-known writers offer their most powerful tips, including: • Tom Wolfe on the emotional core of the story • Gay Talese on writing about private lives • Malcolm Gladwell on the limits of profiles • Nora Ephron on narrative writing and screenwriters • Alma Guillermoprieto on telling the story and telling the truth • Dozens of Pulitzer Prize–winning journalists from the Atlantic Monthly, New Yorker, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and more . . . The essays contain important counsel for new and career journalists, as well as for freelance writers, radio producers, and memoirists. Packed with refreshingly candid and insightful recommendations, Telling True Stories will show anyone fascinated by the art of writing nonfiction how to bring people, scenes, and ideas to life on the page.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Follow The Story

Author : James B. Stewart
ISBN : 9781439127568
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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An indispensable guide to nonfiction writing from the Columbia Journalism School professor and Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist behind the bestsellers Blind Eye, Blood Sport, and Den of Thieves. In Follow the Story, bestselling author and journalist James B. Stewart teaches you the techniques of compelling narrative writing, from nonfiction books to articles, feature stories, or memoirs. Stewart provides concrete directions for conceiving, reporting, structuring, and writing nonfiction—techniques that he has used in his own successful books and stories. By using examples from his own work, Stewart illustrates systematically a way of thinking about and executing stories, a method that has helped numerous reporters and Columbia students become better writers. Follow the Story examines in detail: How an idea is conceived How to “sell” ideas to editors and publishers How to report the nonfiction story Six models that can be used for any nonfiction story How to structure the narrative story How to write introductions, endings, dialogue, and description How to introduce and develop characters How to use literary devices Pitfalls to avoid Learn from this book a clear way of looking at the world with the alert curiosity that is the first indispensable step toward good writing.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Storycraft

Author : Jack Hart
ISBN : 9780226318165
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A former managing editor of the "Oregonian" who guided several Pulitzer Prize-winning narratives to publication shares guidelines for writers of nonfiction that encompass such topics as story theory, scene establishment, and preparing work for submission.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

How To Write Non Fiction

Author : Joanna Penn
ISBN : 1912105020
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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" ... includes the business models of writing non-fiction, the details of how to research, write and edit your book, as well as publishing, product creation and marketing."--Cover.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Good Prose

Author : Tracy Kidder
ISBN : 9780679604723
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY KIRKUS REVIEWS Good Prose is an inspiring book about writing—about the creation of good prose—and the record of a warm and productive literary friendship. The story begins in 1973, in the offices of The Atlantic Monthly, in Boston, where a young freelance writer named Tracy Kidder came looking for an assignment. Richard Todd was the editor who encouraged him. From that article grew a lifelong association. Before long, Kidder’s The Soul of a New Machine, the first book the two worked on together, had won the Pulitzer Prize. It was a heady moment, but for Kidder and Todd it was only the beginning of an education in the art of nonfiction. Good Prose explores three major nonfiction forms: narratives, essays, and memoirs. Kidder and Todd draw candidly, sometimes comically, on their own experience—their mistakes as well as accomplishments—to demonstrate the pragmatic ways in which creative problems get solved. They also turn to the works of a wide range of writers, novelists as well as nonfiction writers, for models and instruction. They talk about narrative strategies (and about how to find a story, sometimes in surprising places), about the ethical challenges of nonfiction, and about the realities of making a living as a writer. They offer some tart and emphatic opinions on the current state of language. And they take a clear stand against playing loose with the facts. Their advice is always grounded in the practical world of writing and publishing. Good Prose—like Strunk and White’s The Elements of Style—is a succinct, authoritative, and entertaining arbiter of standards in contemporary writing, offering guidance for the professional writer and the beginner alike. This wise and useful book is the perfect companion for anyone who loves to read good books and longs to write one. Praise for Good Prose “Smart, lucid, and entertaining.”—The Boston Globe “You are in such good company—congenial, ironic, a bit old-school—that you’re happy to follow [Kidder and Todd] where they lead you.”—The Wall Street Journal “[A] well-structured, to-the-point, genuinely useful, and fun-to-read guide to writing narrative nonfiction, essays, and memoir . . . Crisp, informative, and mind-expanding.”—Booklist “A gem . . . The finer points of creative nonfiction are molded into an inspiring read that will affect the would-be writer as much as Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird or Stephen King’s On Writing. . . . This is a must read for nonfiction writers.”—Library Journal “As approachable and applicable as any writing manual available.”—Associated Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Write Non Fiction Books Today 2 0

Author : Malik Jordan
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Genre : Reference
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*This Book Is a Great Opportunity* According to an article published in The New York Times, 81% of the United States population wants to write a book someday or thinks they have a book inside them. Would you like to be a part of the 19% who actually DOES WRITE A BOOK? If so, then I believe this book will help you begin making that dream a reality. This is basically an upgraded version of Write Non-Fiction Books Today: How to Write a Non-Fiction Book in the 21st Century. This book will give you the push you need to get started writing your first non-fiction book. *This Is What You Get When You Buy This Book* *Advice on what you should write about. *Advice on which software would be the best to use. *Links to websites that will let you use their high quality pictures in your book for FREE. *The best websites to go to when you need a book cover design made. *The best blog that will teach you how to write your first book. *Words that will give you the confidence you need to start AND finish writing your first non-fiction book. Invest in yourself by getting this valuable and inexpensive book today. Read it on your PC, Mac, smartphone, or tablet. Download your copy today. [Warning: This book contains strong language. Read at your own risk.] Tags: non-fiction, nonfiction, book, books, how to, how-to, guide, tutorial, 21st Century, Malik Jordan, blog, blogging, business, e-commerce, electronic commerce, download, risk-free, strong language
Category: Reference

Writing Dramatic Nonfiction

Author : William Noble
ISBN : UOM:39015049999728
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Dramatic nonfiction is the relating of factual information in a manner that makes it as gripping as fiction. Using the techniques and guidelines offered in this book, writers will be able to create nonfiction works that rise to the level of great literature without sacrificing credibility. Dramatic techniques such as flashbacks, foreshadowing, character development, and scene intercuts are explained, and guidelines for the use of such devices are furnished. Recognising that dramatic or creative nonfiction is now an important part of the literary landscape, this book teaches writers how to best craft exciting true accounts.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Writing Nonfiction

Author : Dan Poynter
ISBN : 1568601166
Genre : Education
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Recent changes in technology are making book writing faster, easier, and cheaper. Prospective authors will discover how to break the topic down, use Web resources, devise a layout process, improve material, evaluate publishing options, and develop an individualized and workable plan.
Category: Education

Extending Literacy

Author : Maureen Lewis
ISBN : 9781134796212
Genre : Education
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One of the most problematic areas in the teaching and development of literacy appears to concern children's interactions with non-fiction books. Many surveys and reports have commented on the tendency for children to do little more than copy out sections of non-fiction texts. The Exeter Extending Literacy (EXEL) project was set up with the aim of exploring ways in which non-fiction might be used more effectively and profitably than this. In this book David Wray and Maureen Lewis outline the thinking behind the project and describe in detail the many useful teaching strategies and approaches which were developed in collaboration with primary teachers across the country. Teachers of children from five to fourteen will find this book both a stimulating account of a very influential development project and a useful source of practical teaching ideas.
Category: Education

Writing Creative Nonfiction

Author : Theodore Albert Rees Cheney
ISBN : 1580082297
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This Invaluable Primer Shows Writers How To Apply Traditional Fiction-Writing Techniques To Make Their Non-Fiction Efforts More Vibrant, Powerful, And Engrossing.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Writing Creative Nonfiction

Author : Carolyn Forche
ISBN : 1435295587
Genre : Reference
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Annie Dillard, Grace Paley, and Lee Gutkind are among more than thirty writers and teachers affiliated with the Associated Writing Programs who use examples from his or her own work to introduce the craft of creative nonfiction.
Category: Reference

Nonfiction Matters

Author : Stephanie Harvey
ISBN : 9781571100726
Genre : Education
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A guide to bringing nonfiction into the curriculum in third through eighth-grade classrooms, with strategies and ideas for reading nonfiction, conducting research, and writing reports.
Category: Education

Creating Nonfiction

Author : Becky Bradway
ISBN : 031244706X
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Creative nonfiction — prose that fuses the conventions of reportage with the aesthetics of literature and the passion for self-expression — is emerging as one of the most important contemporary genres, one that captures the imagination and commitment of student writers. Creating Nonfiction provides everything students need to begin to understand and write creative nonfiction: an engaging rhetoric, an unsurpassed anthology, and a wealth of editorial features that inspire writing.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Nonfiction Mentor Texts

Author : Lynne R. Dorfman
ISBN : 9781571104960
Genre : Education
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Guides teachers through a variety of projects, samples, and classroom anecdotes that demonstrate how teachers can help students become more effective writers of good nonfiction.
Category: Education