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    • Baby Monitor 

      Miller-Oteri, Megan (East Carolina University, 2011)
      Baby Monitor consists of twelve essays and nine journal entries about my new experience of motherhood and the first year and half of my first child, Benjamin's life. The essays and journal entries range from a mother's ...
    • COME ON DOWN TO SEE FOR YOURSELF : SOUTHERN RAILROAD TRACKS AS RACIAL SEGREGATORS--THE CASE OF GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 

      Jones, LaTasha R. (East Carolina University, 2010)
      Throughout American culture and through varying mediums, railroad tracks have been depicted as tropes of socioeconomic repression, technological development, and even bountiful migration. For instance, Joseph's Millichap, ...
    • Down In The Ghetto 

      Goodman, Christopher T. (East Carolina University, 2013)
      "Down In The Ghetto" is an account of my time living in the largest favela/slum in Brazil, written to fulfill the requirements of the M.A. in English with a concentration in creative nonfiction. I spent three months in ...
    • Everybody Calm Down (It's Just Music) 

      Hogwood, Ben (East Carolina University, 2015)
      This thesis explores the life of Richard "Big Boy" Henry, a blues musician from Beaufort, North Carolina. Born May 26, 1921, Big Boy came close to success in his late 20s and early 30s, but eventually gave up after a failed ...
    • Finding Home : I've Been This Girl All Along 

      Woolard, Tracy (East Carolina University, 2012)
      Where is home if you have no definitive place to call home, such as a house you grew up in and someone in your family still lives there? My early life was spent living on Seymour Johnson and For Walton Beach Air Force ...
    • REAL PEOPLE WITH HOLLYWOOD STORIES : A COLLECTION OF CREATIVE NONFICTION 

      Sneed, Brandon (East Carolina University, 2012)
      "Real People With Hollywood Stories" is a collection of creative journalism stories I've written to fulfill the requirements of the M.A. in English with a concentration in creative nonfiction. These are stories I discovered ...
    • Remembering Corporal J.Y. Joyner : An Historical Fiction 

      Brantley, Michael (East Carolina University, 2012)
      This is a creative nonfiction narrative about the farm life and military service of a Nash County resident, J.Y. Joyner. This narrative will be a combination of real-life facts, reality-based situations and settings derived ...
    • The Tarboro Three : Rape, Race and Secrecy in a Small Town 

      Lampkin, Brian (East Carolina University, 2011)
      In the summer of 1973, in the small town of Tarboro, North Carolina, three young black men offered a ride to a young white woman out walking alone at midnight. It is impossible to tell how different the lives of each of ...
    • The Life of Death 

      Ruotolo, Christina L (East Carolina University, 2016-04-19)
      "The Life of Death" is a creative nonfiction thesis in three parts. The purpose of this thesis is to explore and understand the importance of place in one's life, whether it's in relation to a job, after the loss of parents, ...
    • When Death Gave Birth to a Writer : A Collection of Essays and Poems 

      Carpenter, Amber (East Carolina University, 2012)
      This personal collection of creative nonfiction sheds light on issues of abandonment, victimization, and dysfunctional relationships. It is accompanied by poems that serve as prefaces to each individual story, as well as ...