When you read a piece of nonfiction, you naturally expect that you’re reading the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Right? So how would you feel if you found out that the author of an essay you’re reading was taking certain liberties with the facts to make the piece more captivating? Would you feel betrayed? Or wouldn’t you care? In this hour, we’ll examine the question of creativity in creative nonfiction. How much is too much?