Home | Site Map |
 
Anoca.org  


Literary journalism

(literaryjournalism)





Creative nonfiction is a genre of literature , also known as literary journalism , which uses literary skills in the writing of nonfiction . A work of creativenonfiction, if well written, contains accurate and well-researched information andalso holds the interest of the reader. Creative nonfiction is contrasted to research nonfiction whichmay contain accurate information, but may not be particularly well written.

Narrativenonfiction is a type of creative nonfiction which tells a story , forexample, Black Hawk Down by Mark Bowden . Black Hawk Down began as a series of newspaper and Internet articles. Its availability as an Internetseries gave the author the benefit of extensive feedback from viewers. Bob Woodward of the Washington Post is also noted for his skills at narrative nonfiction, in books like All the President's Men and Bush at War .

Noted practitioners of creative nonfiction include humorous travel journalists like Bill Bryson , and political commentators like P. J.O'Rourke .


literary journalim, creative, literary journlism, noted, literaryj ournalism, black, , information, literary journalsim, written, lierary journalism, bob, literry journalism, woodward, ilterary journalism, post, literary journaism, gave, literayr journalism, benefit, literary jorunalism, extensive, literary jornalism, men, literary journalsm, journalists, literary ournalism, bryson, litrary journalism, rourke, lit...


This article is completely or partly from Wikipedia - The Free Online Encyclopedia. Original Article. The text on this site is made available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation Licence. We take no responsibility for the content, accuracy and use of this article.

Anoca.org Encyclopedia
0.01s