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Editing wraps on Volume II

Yes, They’re Real II has finished editing. Supported formats will include Amazon Kindle and Adobe PDF. The new edition is on track for an early September debut, just in time for the start of UNF’s Fall Semester. A possible on-campus release event/reading is being considered, and if things materialize, details will follow!


Volume II gets title

Yes, They’re Real II: Another Collection of Creative Nonfiction has hit the editing phase and will be released in September. This marks the second volume of creative nonfiction from writers at UNF.

Yes, They’re Real second volume

Yes, They’re Real II is currently in the planning stages and will be released this summer. The new volume will be bigger than the first with even more UNF authors. As with the first volume, PDF and Kindle eBook versions are planned.

Yes, They’re Real on Amazon Kindle

The Kindle eBook version of the creative nonfiction journal, Yes, They’re Real, has been released. It’s available at the Amazon product listing and from any Kindle enabled device.

Yes, They’re Real on River House at UNF

Yes, They’re Real is now also available on River HouseRiver House is a creative writing nexus for students at the University of North Florida. You can find links to invaluable creative writing resources, information about student/staff projects, and the portal to its facebook writer’s group.

Yes, They’re Real PDF

The PDF version is now online. Click the below link to download:

Yes, They’re Real: A Collection of Creative Nonfiction

Yes, They’re Real released

The creative nonfiction project, Yes, They’re Real, recently celebrated its first printing after being completed over the summer. Yes, They’re Real is a collection of four creative nonfiction stories that were started during the 2010 Spring workshop at UNF. The stories, Green and White, Intervention, Mind the Gap, and Mel’s Hole, while different in subject, are linked by each author’s vision of the journey that takes place when writing creative nonfiction.

The cover for the first volume: