Online Non-Fiction is for original non-fiction (Online Journals, Rants and News Columns) which has been published on the Net.
Redundancy in language and the capitalisation of ego. Civil liberties and orthography.
Includes a bio, contact information, and text and audio downloads of the writer's upcoming memoir.
Essay and writing, mainly on US and Japanese cultural differences and women's and family issues.
A personal memoir of seventies design, unfortunate home improvements and life in Burbank, California in the 60's and 70's.
Barrington, R.A. - Private Correspondence
Collection of thought-provoking letters, illustrated by paintings and photography.
Bassity, BC - CB's Stories: Creative Nonfiction
Stories, and some writing about creative nonfiction. Humor and serious work combined.
Bielaski, Matthew - Lost Souls
A collection of written work and commentary on human nature.
The Blue Box (Recycled Ideas) by Don Cox
Monthly topics range from politics, to good food, to the oddities of life, and everything in between.
Cartan, John - Cartania
A life in essays and pictures.
Castro, Steven - Shape of the Universe
A collection of philosophical thought on a variety of subjects.
Clark, Juliet - Giddyap, Napoleon, Small Time Bound
Words and pictures by Juliet Clark: memoir, movie criticism, essays, comics.
Memories of childhood crushes and first love.
Features writing on news, politics, and the paranormal.
Endsleym, Scott C.
The salvaged autobiographical accounts of Clyde P. Hipwing, about a manic depressive author.
Engelhart, L. Kurt
Essays in philosophy and on society.
Escape Hedonist Hippydom
Writing in several categories including indigenous foibles and frays, alternative economics like micro-credit, free-banking and community currency.
Franklin, John - Thoughts and Visions
A collection of original essays. Subjects include education, politics, economics, psychology, science, music, literature, writing, architecture, and philosophy.
Gladwell, Malcolm - Gladwell dot com
An archive of New Yorker articles by the author and information about his book.
Various and sundry essays, photos, drawings, and quotes.
Essays critical of government and organized religion.
The Media Desk
Journalist, freelancer, humorist, and professional observer Levite covers sports, religion, politics, with essays and humor thrown in for good measure.
A mixture of articles geared at helping writers in various ways.
Moss, Sheila - Humor Columnist
Introduction and index page to articles of an online columnist.
Using humor to sketch ideas, two people defining ourselves through pictures and prose.
The Official Cynics View Website
A collection of both humorous and serious essays, dedicated to the cynic in all of us.
Outside the World is New
Daily blogs, photography, driftwood, uneven archives, and other articles.
Stories about the funeral of Chile's Orlando Letelier, attending an anti-war demonstration in the 1970's and living in Los Angeles during the Rodney King riots.
Quiet Little Cycles
Embrace the meltdown with some ramblings from Tiger Beat heartthrob Matt Sedik.
Rowe, Sam - Synthetic Sam
Observations, realizations, complaints, and the daily hoo-ba-doo of Life.
Ruth Oron, Essayist
Articles on peace and war, motherhood, marriage, and art: from the viewpoint of Aesthetic Realism, the philosophy founded by Eli Siegel.
Sass, Adam - Literate Lemur Endeavours
Features photo exhibits, philosophical essays, and personal commentary.
Sealander, John - The Road to Nowhere
Essays that take a humorous look at American life in the 90s.
Provides a proposed solution to the mind-matter controversy.
Shirley, John - The Skeptical Believer Site
The author rants on political corruption and conspiracy theory.
True Adventure Cowboy Short Stories
True adventures of a South American cowboy told from his perspective.
Welcome to Hell, Would you Like Fries with That?
Writings, and other thoughts.
Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of British Columbia now living in Brooklyn, New York. Provides information on writings.
White, Sarah Bracey - The Writings Of
A self-examination of the life and times of a South Carolina born author and professor Sarah White and her journey to professional growth and self-acceptance.
Wilhelm, Rich - The Dichotomy of the Dog
Weekly columns reminiscent of The New Yorker.
Information on culture, literature and arts, through academic works, essays, texts, suggestions, references and reviews.
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