The spring 2011 issue of
Etude: The Journal of Literary Nonfiction
In this issue…
chronicles the farm-to-table life of Little Chris, a heritage hog.
follows a military counter-recruiter on her rounds.
ED BULL navigates
the terrain between a good story and a good heart.
DEVIN FELIX details
a dying breed: the neighborhood bookstore.
In LISTEN UP, our
audio feature, Pulitzer Prize-winning Los Angeles food writer JONATHAN GOLD
talks about the place of the professional critic in a world overpopulated by
In WIDE ANGLE, our
multimedia feature, ROBERT DYKE’s quietly stunning photos show us a man and his
adoring (wildlife) public.
In the Q & A, Three
Cups of Tea co-author DAVID OLIVER RELIN tells Michael Werner about his
reporting methods for the controversial book and his relationship with Greg
JAIME KARNES goes
searching for J.D. Salinger – and finds something else.
compares biography and memoir.
PETER LAUFER gives
us a glimpse of his reporting methods.
reviewers offer insight on eight new works of narrative nonfiction, from
Cleopatra to the Rajneeshis.
Etude is published quarterly by the Literary
Nonfiction program at the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and
Communication. As always, we encourage
and invite your comments. Use the “contact us” link on the magazine’s website. Look
for our SUMMER issue on August 1. Enjoy all our back
issues, archived at our site.