In the tradition of Lewis Thomas, Stephen J. Gould, and Oliver Sachs, this special double issue of Creative Nonfiction, the only exclusively nonfiction literary journal, demonstrates the many ways in which aspects of the scientific worldafrom biology, medicine, physics, and astronomyacan be captured and dramatized for a humanities-oriented readership. Edited and introduced by the award-winning author of Many Sleepless Nights , An Unspoken Art, and A View from the Divide includes a diverse range of voices, from poets to immunologists and physicists, from established writers to up-and-coming new talent.Tongue, although we couldna#39;t hear their response. Feeling somewhat heartened by being able to share our problems with the outside world, we ate a quick breakfast and decided to attack the snowmobile problem, beginning with Robbiea#39;s.
|Title||:||A View from the Divide|
|Publisher||:||University of Pittsburgh Pre - 1998|