Cousin of the now-suspended Nieman Narrative Nonfiction conference. Here's one participant's reports: 10 Highlights from #BUNarrative (Susan Johnston, The Urban Muse, 4-10-13).
(Andrea Pitzer, Nieman Storyboard, 2-22-10) Creative Nonfiction Writers Conference (this link changes often--just google the name of the conference, if this one doesn't work) Learning to Listen (Gina Kolata interviews Rita Charon on narrative medicine program at Columbia, NY Times, 12-29-09) See also Writers conferences, workshops, and other learning places (a separate page on Writers and Editors) Nieman Narrative Conference Three threats to narrative journalism that New York Times editor Bill Killer is not buying (Beth Macy, 4-27-10, reporting on Keller's talk at Nieman Narrative conference) Tips from Nieman Narrative: What Works for Readers, Editors & Sources (Bill Kirtz, Poynter) Nieman Narrations: Tips and Tales from Top Storytellers (Bill Kirtz, Poynter, 3-17-08) Tips and Tales from Some of the Best in the Business (Bll Kirtz on Nieman 2006, 11-20-06, updated 3-3-11) Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference(Grapevine, Texas, July) As experienced by Sam Eifling and described in I Heard It While in Grapevine (Columbia Journalism Review, 7-28-09) Mark Bowden on the value of beginners mind.
The final quote sent me (clearly square) to Wikipedia.
The future of long-form narrative by Gerry Marzorati, the NY Times Magazine editor's keynote address at the 2009 CASE Editors' Forum Gary Smith on intimacy and connecting with subjects (Any uneasiness you bring is going to cost you dearly," says the writer from Sports Illustrated).
After a series of links here you will find a list of classic book-length narrative nonfiction, followed by links to a few exceptionally good short narratives or newspaper series readable online. 8, 2014 --The Berkeley Narrative Journalism Conference, cosponsored by ASJA Educational Foundation), this new conference brings top editors and writers to Berkeley for a daylong exploration of nonfiction storytelling.
The Mayborn literary nonfiction conference (Grapevine, Texas) The Power of Narrative Conference has convened in several places under several names since its founding at Boston University in 1998. Attendance is limited to 75 writers; experience (in any genre) a must.