By Rachel Petri, Student Contributor As a visually impaired student, I know that stories about disabled characters always resonate very deeply with me. I love to see another person face struggles that reflect mine and watch a character fight the…
Tineke Bryson, Staff Writer If creative nonfiction (CNF) is a real genre, why don’t most of us know what it is? When I tell people that CNF is nonfiction that uses all the tools of fiction—extended metaphor, symbolism, plot structure, etc.—I always feel frustration.
Miguel Flores, Guest Contributor Today, in a fun turn of the tables, Miguel Flores, winner of the 2014 Novel Contest, for The Witch’s Cat, offers his thoughts on Daniel’s novel Runt the Hunted.
Daniel Schwabauer AMG’s release of Runt the Hunted, book two in my Legends of Tira-Nor series, is slated to be released in about a month. I often talk about how writing a book always changes the writer, even if it doesn't change the reader. Writing Runt the Hunted was a little like that. It changed me.
Hannah Mills, Guest Contributor Hannah Mills, a veteran student of The One Year Adventure Novel (OYAN), shares her thoughts about Jeff Gerke's book, The Art and Craft of Writing Christian Fiction, with special attention to how Gerke’s insights intersect with the fiction-writing structure taught in OYAN.