Table of contents for In fact : the best of Creative Nonfiction / edited by Lee Gutkind ; introduction by Annie Dillard.

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Introduction: Notes for Young Writers				000
Annie Dillard
The Creative Nonfiction Police?					000
Lee Gutkind
Acknowledgments							000
Three Spheres								000
Lauren Slater
Looking at Emmett Till						000
John Edgar Wideman
Shunned								000
Meredith Hall
An Album Quilt							000
John McPhee
Dinner at Uncle Boris'						000
Charles Simic
Prayer Dogs								000
Terry Tempest Williams
What Is It We Really Harvestin' Here?				000
Ntozake Shange
Brown									000
Richard Rodriguez
Killing Wolves							000
Sherry Simpson
Being Brians								000
Brian Doyle
Language at Play							000
Diane Ackerman
Finders Keepers: The Story of Joey Coyle				000
Mark Bowden
Notes from a Difficult Case						000
Ruthann Robson
Adventures in Celestial Navigation					000
Philip Gerard
Leaving Babylon							000
Judyth Har-Even
Gray Area: Thinking With a Damaged Brain				000
Floyd Skloot
Joe Stopped By							000
Andrei Codrescu
In the Woods								000
Leslie Rubinkowski
Sa'm Pedi								000
Madison Smartt Bell
Going Native								000
Francine Prose
Chimera								000
Gerald Callahan
Mixed Blood Stew							000
Jewell Parker Rhodes
Why I Ride								000
Jana Richman
Delivering Lily							000
Philip Lopate

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American essays.
American prose literature -- 20th century.
American prose literature -- 21st century.
Reportage literature, American.
Journalism -- United States.