Rachel Giese is the editor-at-large at Chatelaine, where she writes a weekly column. Her writing has appeared in The Walrus, The Globe and Mail, Today’s Parent, The Hairpin, Real Life and The New Yorker. Her first book, Boys: What It Means to Become a Man, was published this spring. She lives in Toronto.
Nonfiction authors normally field more questions about the politics and stories in their books than the techniques and craft of their writing. In this session, Kamal Al-Solaylee (author of Intolerable and Brown) talks to writer and magazine editor Rachel Giese about the art of nonfiction and her new book Boys: What it Means to Become […]