Nonfiction is in the facts. Creative nonfiction is in the telling. It reads like fiction, but stays loyal to the truth. Philip Gerard walks this fine line with confidence, style and utter zeal, looking at the world with a reporters unflinching eye and offering it up with all the skill of a master storyteller. With the same clarity and passion, Gerard offers instruction and advice to help aspiring and experienced writers create pieces so compelling, so engaging, that readers will never forget them.Bain explains, aThe person does not have to be named to successfully sue us for libel, so we have to be very careful if we see a trace of that. ... publisher against libel claims that result from mistakes made by an author, but in the event, everybody can and usually does get sued. ... The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual remains the best, clearest reference for nonfiction writers concerned aboutanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Waveland Press - 2004-02-19|