Blog posts tagged with "cnf"

RT Conference Announces Student Scholarships

January 15, 2014
The third annual River Teeth Nonfiction Conference is pleased to announce that it is offering four merit-based scholarships for students currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs.

The Art of Mulling: Steven Harvey and Kate Hopper

The Art of Mulling: Steven Harvey and Kate Hopper August 22, 2013
Over the next couple of months, we'll feature a presentation from the 2013 River Teeth Nonfiction Conference.

2014 Conference Speakers Announced

2014 Conference Speakers Announced June 28, 2013
We're delighted to announce our featured speakers for the 2014 River Teeth Nonfiction Conference: Philip Gerard and Brenda Miller!

Brian Mockenhaupt and "The Living and the Dead"

Brian Mockenhaupt and By Matt Tullis   |  May 21, 2013
During the River Teeth Nonfiction Conference this weekend, Matt Tullis, Journalism and Digital Media professor at Ashland University, interviewed Brian Mockenhaupt about his article, "The Living and the Dead."

Andre Dubus III "Writing and Publishing a Memoir" Wins a Pushcart

Andre Dubus III May 2, 2013
Congratulations to Andre Dubus III, whose piece, "Writing and Publishing a Memoir," published in River Teeth Volume 14, Number 1, has won a Pushcart Prize and will be reprinted in Pushcart Prize XXXVIII: Best of the Small Presses.

Kelley Benham French Discusses "Never let go"

Kelley Benham French Discusses By Matt Tullis   |  February 15, 2013
In this podcast interview, Matt Tullis talks to Kelley Benham French about her story, "Never let go," which is about the birth of her daughter. Juniper French was born at 23 weeks, six days and weighed one pound, four ounces.

"The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever" Interview with Michael J. Mooney

By Matt Tullis   |  January 10, 2013
In this podcast, Matt Tullis, Journalism Professor at Ashland University, interviews Michael J. Mooney about his piece in D Magazine, "The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever," which has garnered attention as one of the best pieces of nonfiction in 2012.

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