Question: How do fiction writers differ from nonfiction writers?
Answer: “For a professional writer, fiction writing required imagistic as well as verbal thinking, while nonfiction writing required mainly verbal thinking.” KA Carlton. 1987. P. 213.
Comment: Makes sense. Fiction requires images through words. Nonfiction requires mainly ideas through words. RayS.
Title: “Annotated Bibliography of Research in the Teaching of English.” Ed. JD Marshall and RK Durst. Research in the Teaching of English (May 1989), 208-222.