By Zoë Bossiere In April, The New York Times announced that the paper’s “Op-Ed” opinion section, established in 1970, would be rebranded as “Guest Essays.” This seemingly small change, made with minimal fanfare, actually marks a momentous shift for the creative nonfiction essay. The essay has existed much on the fringes of literary writing and […]

What The New York Times ‘Guest Essay’ Means for the Future of Creative Nonfiction