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October 29, 2012

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Many writers do not think that creative nonfiction should not be considered as a writing genre because it does not entail as much energy as that of the other genre. But I think they're wrong. Having a half-fiction and half-fact writing is difficult, you need to position each word to make it count.

I believe the reference to Gutkind as godfather of CNF was criticism not praise. (Vanity Fair, Oct 97, "Me, Myself, and I" by James Wolcott) http://bit.ly/SaxPIA

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