— [http://goo.gl/l2C8cn] It involves writing about personal experience, real people, or events. _______________________Travel writing.
The Solace of Open Spaces — Creative Nonfiction: Travel writing; Interdisciplinary Course with Cultural Studies, Benjamin Madeira, PDF ::
Creative Nonfiction: Travel writing ::
Nonfiction writing ::
The "eye," and the “I” ::
Weather is capricious and mean ::
Winds howl all night and day ::
The doing of a mad architect ::
A few verbs ::
A sensory experience ::
Mixed reflections on the experience ::
“A few weeks ago, I helped them deliver a calf who was stuck halfway out of his mother's body. By the time he was freed, we could see a heartbeat, but he was straining against a swollen tongue for air. Mary and I held him upside down by his back feet, while Stan, on his hands and knees in the blood, gave the calf mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. I have a vague memory of being pneumonia-choked as a child, my mother, giving me her air [...]” (Ehrlich 12-13).
Fruition is also death ::
The exploration of the open country ::
•  Ehrlich, Gretel. The Solace of Open Spaces. New York: Penguin Group, 1985.
•  Nguyen, B. Minh, and Porter Shreve. Contemporary Creative Nonfiction: I & Eye. New York: Pearson Education, Inc., 2005. Print.
•  Robbins-Sponaas, Rhonna. "Lesson 9: An introduction to Creative Nonfiction." ENG6012 Course Website, Spring 2015. Take Credit, Trondheim: NTNU. Web. Retrieved on May 2015 from https://goo.gl/5ItFpF
______. "Lesson 10: Ehrlich." ENG6012 Course Website, Spring 2015. Take Credit, Trondheim: NTNU. Web. Retrieved on May 2015 from https://goo.gl/WyTwch
•  Thompson, Carl. Travel writing. New York: Routledge, 2011. Print. ISBN: 978-0-415-44464-4
•  Zinsser, William. On Writing Well: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction. New York: Harper-Collins Publishers, Inc., 2001 (6th. Ed). Print.