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Kirk Wilson

February 15, 2013
Kirk Wilson writes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. His work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Confrontation, Eclipse, Folly, The Langdon Review, Meridian, Midway Journal, The New Guard Literary Review, Soundings East, and The Wordstock 10 anthology. A chapbook of poetry, The Early Word, was published by Burning Deck press. Kirk’s book Unsolved, an investigation into ten high profile murders, has been published in six editions in the US and UK. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife Donna Johnson, author of Holy Ghost Girl.
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Sonja Livingston

February 15, 2013
Sonja Livingston’s first book, Ghostbread, won the AWP Award for Creative Nonfiction.
Keywords: 14-2

Glenn Moomau

February 15, 2013
Glenn Moomau is the author of the memoir, Ted Nugent Condominium.
Keywords: 14-2

Marilyn Bousquin

February 15, 2013
Marilyn Bousquin is the creator of Writing Women’s Lives™ (, where she teaches the craft of creative nonfiction and shows women writers how to eliminate writing blocks, discover their authentic voice, and empower their writing.
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Kathryn Wilder

February 15, 2013
Kathryn Wilder is a resident of Hawai`i and also lives in southwestern Colorado, where she operates a natural-horsemanship training facility with renowned Mustang trainer Ramón Castro.
Keywords: 14-2

Richard Goodman

February 15, 2013
Richard Goodman is the author of French Dirt: The Story of a Garden in the South of France, A New York Memoir and The Soul of Creative Writing.
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Jackson Connor

February 15, 2013
Jackson Connor lives and writes in Southeast Ohio with his spouse Traci O Connor and their four kids. He also has work forthcoming in Stealing Time and an anthology called Words 4 Things: How We Learn about Sex.
Keywords: 14-2

A. Sandosharaj

February 15, 2013
A. Sandosharaj’s work has appeared in Massachusetts Review, Crab Orchard Review, Subcontinental, River City, American Literary Review, Bartleby and Alligator Juniper.
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What Is Creative Nonfiction?

What Is Creative Nonfiction? By Eric LeMay   |  February 1, 2013
Enough already. We’re so weary of that question. Those questions: What do you mean by “creative”? Isn’t all writing creative? And isn’t “non-” weird, too? Why not Non-Poetry? Or Non-Refrigerator-Repair-Manuals, since “non-” is anything that a thing isn’t?

An Interview with Pamela Coloff about "The Innocent Man"

An Interview with Pamela Coloff about By Matt Tullis   |  January 31, 2013
In November and December of 2012, Texas Monthly Magazine published the story "The Innocent Man." The two-part series, reported and written by Pamela Colloff, tells the story of Michael Morton, a young husband and father who was wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife in 1987.

Mark Masse Presented with Award for Journalism

January 24, 2013
Mark Massé ( was presented with the American Psychoanalytic Association's (APsaA) 2012 Award for Excellence in Journalism. The award noted his “commitment to covering mental health issues with integrity and sensitivity.”

"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.

Do Not Read Out Loud

Do Not Read Out Loud By Laurie Uttich   |  January 3, 2013
Laurie Uttich teamed up with Sean Ironman to create this video of "Do Not Read Out Loud," from River Teeth 14.1.

John W. Evans Wins River Teeth Book Prize

John W. Evans Wins River Teeth Book Prize December 17, 2012
Congratulations to John W. Evans, winner of the 2013 River Teeth Nonfiction Book Prize.

Matt Tullis Interviews Justin Heckert About "The Girl Who Feels No Pain"

Matt Tullis Interviews Justin Heckert About By Matt Tullis   |  December 13, 2012
Journalist Justin Heckert discusses his story "The Hazards of Growing Up Painlessly" with Ashland University journalism professor Matt Tullis in this podcast. Heckert's story chronicles the life of 13-year-old Ashlyn Blocker, who suffers from congenital insensitivity to pain.

Submission System Closed During Holidays

December 13, 2012
In order to give our screeners a break, River Teeth will not accept submissions during Ashland University's winter break, which begins December 20.

Two Acclaimed Literary Journalists Added to Conference Presenters

Two Acclaimed Literary Journalists Added to Conference Presenters November 12, 2012
The River Teeth Nonfiction Conference rounded out its list of writers presenting in May at Ashland University with the addition of literary journalists Earl Swift and Brian Mockenhaupt.

Pushcart Prize Nominations 2012

October 31, 2012
River Teeth editors announce their nominations for the Pushcart Prize
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River Teeth Notable Essays in Best American Essays 2012

River Teeth Notable Essays in Best American Essays 2012 October 22, 2012
Six essays published in River Teeth are listed as notable in Best American Essays 2012

Reviewed: Looking for Esperanza

Reviewed: Looking for Esperanza By Sonya Huber   |  October 1, 2012
If James Agee’s life experience had overlapped more with the lives of his sharecropper subjects in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, he might have been able to produce a book like Adriana Páramo’s new work, Looking for Esperanza.

Literary Nonfiction Book Prize 2012

September 17, 2012
River Teeth's editors and editorial board conduct a yearly national contest to identify the best book-length manuscript of literary nonfiction. The winner will be announced in February of the prize year. The winner will receive $1,000 and publication by the University of Nebraska Press. All entrants will receive a one-year subscription to River Teeth with their submission fee. The 2013 Contest Deadline is November 1, 2012.

Editor's Notes, Volume 14 Number 1

Editor's Notes, Volume 14 Number 1 By Dan Lehman   |  August 28, 2012
It’s been an exciting stretch at River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative--highlighted by our inaugural national conference. For three days in May, writers gathered in Ohio from across the United States for readings, workshops, manuscript evaluations, and late-night skull sessions about the best of nonfiction writing and why facts matter.
Keywords: 14-1

Kathleen Blackburn

August 23, 2012
Kathleen Blackburn grew up in West Texas. She is currently completing her Creative Writing MFA at The Ohio State University.
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Richard Gilbert

August 23, 2012
Richard Gilbert is writing a memoir of farming in Appalachian Ohio, from which "Wild Ducks" is adapted. He teaches essay writing and journalism at Otterbein University. His blog, NARRATIVE, explores issues in creative nonfiction.
Keywords: 14-1

Karen Salyer McElmurray

August 23, 2012
Karen Salyer McElmurray’s Surrendered Child: A Birth Mother’s Journey, was an AWP Award Winner for Creative Nonfiction.
Keywords: 14-1

Eli Sanders

August 23, 2012
Eli Sanders is the winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for feature writing and is an associate editor at The Stranger in Seattle.
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Joshua Wolf Shenk

August 23, 2012
Joshua Wolf Shenk's work includes Lincoln's Melancholy and essays for Harper's, The Atlantic, Slate, and The New York Times.
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Leslie Stainton

August 23, 2012
Leslie Stainton is the author of Lorca: A Dream of Life (Farrar Straus Giroux, 1999) and the forthcoming Ghost House: Reflections on an American Theater.
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Laurie Rachkus Uttich

August 23, 2012
Laurie Rachkus Uttich teaches creative writing at the University of Central Florida.
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Robert Vivian

August 23, 2012
Robert Vivian is the author of two essay collections, Cold Snap As Yearning and The Least Cricket Of Evening, a trilogy of novels entitled The Tall Grass Trilogy, and a new novel, Water And Abandon.
Keywords: 14-1, 2-1, 6-1

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