March 10, 2016

Straddling the MFA Divide

By Laura Maylene Walter

Whenever I come across yet another article discussing the merits (or lack thereof) of MFA programs, something inside me dies. Or maybe it yawns. Again and again, I’ve read the […]

March 22, 2012

Mix Tape: The Art of Making Stuff Up

By Maggie Smith

Lee Gutkind, editor of Creative Nonfiction, weighs in on the D’Agata scandal and what it means to “do a D’Agata”—new slang for “fudge”—in a piece of writing. “In creative nonfiction, […]