In season two, episode ten of Gotham Writers' Inside Writing, host Josh Sippie conducts a panel discussion with Brevity editor Dinty Moore and writer Alysia Sawchyn. They discuss what experiences make for the best flash nonfiction, what really matters in a work of nonfiction, and where to send it when it's ready.
Links mentioned in the show:
Brevity Magazine: https://brevitymag.com/
Brevity's "Where To Publish Flash Nonfiction": https://brevitymag.com/where-to-publish-flash-nonfiction/
The Best Of Brevity: https://rosemetalpress.com/books/the-best-of-brevity/
Alysia Sawchyn's website: https://alysiasawchyn.com/
Alysia mentioned a piece in Brevity about aging, "Some Childhood Dreams Really Do Come True" by Beth Ann Fennelly: https://brevitymag.com/nonfiction/some-childhood-dreams-really-do-come-true/
Alysia mentioned a piece she wrote in Hobart called "Seven Mournings": https://www.hobartpulp.com/web_features/seven-mournings
Alysia's book of essay, A Fish Growing Lungs: https://burrowpress.com/product/fish/
Dinty Moore's memoir Between Panic and Desire, which came up a few times in discussion: https://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/bison-books/9780803229822/
Alysia mentioned the book Several Short Sentences About Writing, by Verlyn Klinkenborg: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/93789/several-short-sentences-about-writing-by-verlyn-klinkenborg/
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