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.
Daniel Schwabauer After meeting Ms. Cheaney at a local book signing in Kansas City, I was delighted to read My Friend the Enemy, a young adult novel set during the turbulent years of WWII.
Daniel Schwabauer Mitch Courtney, a copywriter for one of the world's most powerful advertising firms, is fighting his way up the corporate ladder when he runs head-first into a conspiracy of world-wide proportions.