Lit from Within: Contemporary Masters on the Art and Craft of Writing

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Kevin Haworth, Dinty W. Moore
Ohio University Press, Mar 22, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 194 pages
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Lit from Within offers creative writers a window into the minds of some of America’s most celebrated contemporary authors. Witty, direct, and thought-provoking, these essays offer something to creative writers of all backgrounds and experience. With contributions from fiction writers, poets, and nonfiction writers, this is a collection of unusual breadth and quality. 


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Lit from Within: Contemporary Masters on the Art and Craft of Writing

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Moore (nonfiction writing, Ohio Univ.; Crafting the Personal Essay) and novelist and executive editor of Ohio University Press Haworth (writing, Ohio Univ.; The Discontinuity of Small Things) have ... Read full review


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About the author (2011)

 Kevin Haworth’s novel The Discontinuity of Small Things was winner of the Samuel Goldberg Prize for best Jewish fiction and finalist for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize. He teaches writing at Ohio University and serves as executive editor of Ohio University Press/Swallow Press. 

Dinty W. Moore’s memoir Between Panic & Desire was winner of the Grub Street Nonfiction Book Prize in 2009. His other books include The Accidental Buddhist, Toothpick Men, and The Emperor’s Virtual Clothes. He is a professor of nonfiction writing at Ohio University. 

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