Worth 1000 Words

Creative nonfiction writer and novelist, Judith Kitchen shares with us a fruitful exercise she created for those of us searching for new ways to use photographs to inspire our writing. A photograph is both a pseudo-presence and a token of absence. . . — Susan Sontag, On Photography Traditionally, photographs have been used in nonfiction … Continue reading

About Judith Kitchen

Judith Kitchen authored Half in Shade, The House on Eccles Road, winner of the S. Mariella Gable Prize, the essay collections Distance and Direction and Only the Dance, and a critical study of William Stafford, Writing the World. She co-edited In Short and In Brief, and edited Short Takes: Brief Encounters with Contemporary Nonfiction. She is Advisory and Contributing Editor for The Georgia Review.

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