Did you maybe mean nonfiction?
- n. alternative spelling of nonfiction.
“At the time, many people - particularly artists - argued that there was no reason to dismiss a powerful narrative simply because it was labelled non-fiction.”
“MR: Like any book, especially a popular non-fiction book, you have to keep doing revisions in order to keep up with changes.”
“I'm not sure I see that there's necessarily a trade-off between fiction and non-fiction.”
“What most readers (my few; my treasured), who know me as an essayist, a writer of non-fiction, may not know is that I also write poetry, that I began writing as a poet . . . and that I then wrote (and published) jazz lyrics to tunes written by such composers as Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, Kenny Dorham and Hank Mobley.”
“Chatwin told an Australian journalist: "The borderline between fiction and non-fiction is to my mind extremely arbitrary.”
“Lateral Thinking movies nebulas non-fiction publications query letters”
“A number of online sf magazines are interested in non-fiction submissions.”
“One of the reasons I read is to encounter new ideas (hence my preferences for science fiction, fantasy and non-fiction).”
“Texts read include novels, short stories, poems, plays and works of non-fiction.”
“In non-fiction bestsellers such as Deborah Rodriguez's Kabul Beauty School, an American woman teaches Afghan women the intricacies of hair colour, sexiness, and resisting oppression.”
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