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    Twisting Facts into Stories: Reality in Fiction and Nonfiction

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    November 14, 2015

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    Twisting Facts into Stories: Reality in Fiction and Nonfiction

    From live reports on today’s current events to personal memories, from family anecdotes to odd free-weekly news, reality is an endless source of rich and unexpected storytelling material. Observe reality, both around you and in the media. With the eyes of a journalist and the intent of a fiction writer, translate true facts and events into riveting pieces of storytelling.

    Born in Toluca, Mexico, Antonio Ruiz-Camacho is a lifetime journalist-turned-short-story writer. His first collection of short stories, Barefoot Dogs, described by New York Times Book Review as “lean and beautifully rendered…full of remarkable wisdom and humor.” Ruiz-Camacho’s journalistic work has appeared in Etiqueta Negra, The New York Times, Poets & Writers, Salon, and Texas Monthly, among many other publications.

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