PodLit: The Podcast of Creative NonfictionAuthor: Creative Nonfiction
15 Aug 2018

PodLit: The Podcast of Creative Nonfiction

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Welcome to PodLit, the podcast brought to you by the literary journal Creative Nonfiction

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    Podlit #10: Amy Stolls - National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Literature Program Officer

    This Podlit features an interview with Amy Stolls, Literature Program Officer for the NEA. Since the mid nineties, Literature remains the only NEA discipline to give individual grants. In this interview, Amy discusses the grant application process, trends in manuscript submissions, and why people sometimes refer to her as the "oil slick chick."

    For more information about the National Endowment for the Arts, visit www.nea.gov.

    To learn more about Creative Nonfiction, the journal and the genre, visit www.creativenonfiction.org or e-mail us at information@creativenonfiction.org.


  • Posted on 11 Aug 2006

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    PodLit #9: Rage and Reconciliation II

    Each year, an estimated 100,000 people die from preventable medical errors. In PodLit #8, actress Kathryn Spitz reads Linda Peeno's essay, "Burden of Oath," which describes her work to preserve the humanity of patients caught in a corporatized healthcare system. In her role as lawyer and physcian, she treats the healthcare system itself.

    "Burden of Oath" was originally published in Creative Nonfiction issue 21, Rage and Reconciliation: Inspiring a Healthcare Revolution.   Rage and Reconciliation is now available in paperback from Southern Methodist University Press.

    For more information about Creative Nonfiction, the journal and the genre, visit www.creativenonfiction.org or e-mail us at information@creativenonfiction.org.

  • Posted on 25 Jul 2006

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    PodLit #8: Jeffrey Lependorf - Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP) Executive Director

    For this PodLit program, Lee Gutkind interviews Jeffrey Lependorf, the Executive Director of CLMP,  (Council of Literary Magazines and
    Presses), in Austin, Texas at the Association of Writers and
    Writing Programs conference.  In the interview, Jeffrey discusses
    the difference between mission driven and bottom-line driven
    publishers, as well as the vital role mission driven publishers
    play by discovering new writers. 

    For more information about Creative Nonfiction, the journal and the genre, visit www.creativenonfiction.org or e-mail us at information@creativenonfiction.org.



  • Posted on 10 Jul 2006

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    PodLit in the News

    PodLit was recently featured in the literature section of Pittsburgh City Paper, an alternative weekly publication. To read the article click here.

  • Posted on 29 Jun 2006

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    PodLit #7: Rage & Reconciliation

    Each year, an estimated 100,000 people die from preventable medical errors.  In PodLit # 7, actress Helena Ruoti reads aloud Ruthann Robson's essay, "Notes from a Difficult Case," which chronicles her experience as a patient misdiagnosed with terminal cancer--and on the verge of becoming
    another statistic.  

    Originally published in issue 21, Rage & Reconciliation: Inspiring a Health Care Revolution, Robson's essay won the Creative Nonfiction $10,000 Best Essay Award.  Rage & Reconciliation was republished by Southern Methodist University Press last year.  

    For more information about Creative Nonfiction, the journal and the genre, visit www.creativenonfiction.org or e-mail us at information@creativenonfiction.org.


  • Posted on 08 Jun 2006

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