Slice me some truth: An anthology of Canadian creative nonfiction is a ground-breaking survey of today's creative nonfiction in Canada; a complex and captivating field of writing that the editors spent four years exploring in the creation of this book. Covering the areas of memoir, personal essay, literary travel, nature writing, lyric essay as well as researched literary journalism and cultural criticism, Slice me some truth thoroughly explores the depth and breadth of creative nonfiction writing in Canada, highlighting brilliant writing from thirty-six authors from across the country.
List of Contributors:
Timothy J. Anderson, Luanne Armstrong, Kate Braid, Sharon Butala, Silver Donald Cameron, Lorna Crozier, Marjorie Doyle, M.A.C. Farrant, Patrick Friesen, Susan Glickman, Wayne Grady, Genni Gunn, Steven Heighton, Melody Hessing, Matt Hughes, Edith Iglauer, Deanna Kawatski, Mark Kingwell, Myrna Kostash, Fiona Tinwei Lam, Zoë Landale, Evelyn Lau, Shelley Leedahl, Charles Montgomery, Sarah Murphy, Lorri Neilsen Glenn, Susan Olding, Stephen Osborne, Molly Peacock, Harold Rhenisch, J. Jill Robinson, Andreas Schroeder, Jane Silcott, Joan Skogan, Madeline Sonik and Ayelet Tsabari.
Slice me some truth
Read the preface and first chapter of Slice me some truth: An anthology of Canadian creative nonfiction.
News from the Feminist Caucus (Anne Burke, Feminist Caucus, 12/1/2011).
"This collection contains samples of the memoir, personal essay, cultural journalism, travel pieces, a lyric or segmented essay, musings on nature and place, and, finally, cross genre writing."