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INKWELL NEWSWATCH (IN)
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ON THE COVER December, 2012

ON THE COVER
The Creative Nonfiction Police? (Excerpt)
In Fact"Creative nonfiction is indicative of the style in which the nonfiction is written so as to make it more dramatic and compelling. We embrace many of the techniques of the fiction writer, including dialogue, description, plot, intimacy and specificity of detail, characterization, point-of-view."
By Lee Gutkind


ON THE COVER
Daddy's Girl Grows Up
Charlotte Vale-AllenCharlotte Vale-Allen's characters are survivors who use their wits to defy and overcome tormentors, finding help from one another, and empowerment in themselves.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
Sudden Moves (Excerpt)
Sudden Moves"Lucinda stood enjoying the fragrant breeze and the early summer sun piercing the heavy foliage to lay splashes of warmth on her arms. Everything was in bloom."
By Charlotte Vale-Allen


ON THE COVER
Robertas Urbonas Uplifts Lithuania
Robertas UrbanosRobertas Urbonas had to feel his way through new political landscapes of iconography and history of his times: the Soviet-controlled financing and newsreel censorship that kept his creativity in check.
By J.R. Kambak


ON THE COVER
Jonathan Kellerman Kicks It
Jonathan KellermanJonathan Kellerman is about 3/4 through his next Alex Delaware novel, Obsession, and plans to keep writing 'em until "they" tell him he's no longer welcome.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
Rage (Excerpt)
Rage - Jonathan Kellerman"On a slow, chilly Saturday in December, shortly after the Lakers overcame a sixteen-point halftime deficit and beat New Jersey, I got a call from a murderer."
By Jonathan Kellerman


ON THE COVER
Robert Priest Vows Out
Robert PriestLeague Of Canadian Poets player and professional wonderful guy Robert Priest stretches out to cover all the bases of performance/literary arts with a grin on his face and a tune in his heart. He opens up to IN readers in the most extraordinary way.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
Robert Priest (Excerpt)
How To Swallow A Pig"I will teach you that itís not enough to be infatuated with the word. You are in a textual relationship with language. Itís not just about you.You have to be sensitive to the needs of the word too -- then maybe it will receive you."
By Robert Priest


ON THE COVER
Legal Dealings
Rebecca and SonsAs the "female John Grisham," Rebecca Forster regards her distinct voice within the genre of Grisham and Scott Turow as parallel rather than equivalent.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
Privileged Witness (Excerpt)
Privileged Witness"The half-naked woman came from the penthouse - she just hadnít bothered to use the elevator. Instead, she stepped off the balcony eleven stories up."
By Rebecca Forster





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