We took a trip down memoir-y lane and asked: What makes a memoir truly great? What’s the best way to sell one? And – gulp – is this megapopular market finally oversaturated? Memoirists, agents, and publishers speak out.
This online journal showcases works written by people with chronic or mental illness and disabilities.
No pictures, no sale.
Read the first-place winner of our “Your Writing Life” essay contest.
“What I am at my core is a journalist and a reporter, and I’ve always been drawn to stories that require a lot of reporting and research.”
Aspiring memoirists should take note from the New York Times best-selling author.
This up-and-coming genre conveys facts in full color.
The role of research in narrative nonfiction.
Take a walk down memory lane in this nostalgia-seeking publication.
Do you have what it takes?