Making a Daybook into Creative Non-Fiction

In March, 2005, Sarah Dickerson and I were on a panel along with Boise State University’s Karen Uehling and San Francisco writer Steven Winn in which we addressed attendees at the National Council of Teachers of English’s Conference on College Composition and Communication about using journaling in the classroom. I asked Sarah if she would … Continue reading
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About Sarah Dickerson

Sarah Dickerson is a writer, sometimes blogger, and teacher of college comp, creative nonfiction writing, nonfiction lit and creative writing at Grand Valley Community College. Her essays appear in The Fourth Genre, The Journal, The Giyon River Review, and Brevity among others. She has presented at both AWP and 4 Cs on journaling as a form of creative nonfiction.

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