Sometimes Writing is a Matter of Memory and Resolve

How do writers decide what to write about? In “Death on a Quiet Street“, by Jack Heffron and John Boertlein, Cincinnati Magazine, April 2008, Jack Heffron writes: Last September, I was having dinner with my friend John Boertlein when the Bricca murders came up. John, who grew up in Delhi and has known about the … Continue reading

About Jack Heffron

Jack Heffron is an award-winning columnist for Cincinnati magazine. He authored The Writer's Idea Book and was founding editor of Story magazine, two-time National Magazine Award for Fiction.Twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize, his nonfiction appears in Best American Travel Writing. He has served as editorial director for three publishers over 25 years in the publishing business.

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