Column by Max Booth III
All signs were pointing toward a rather successful career as a crime novelist, so it was a pretty big surprise when Izzi was discovered hanging from his writing office on December 7th, 1996.
Column by Leah Rhyne
In this, the first in a new series of columns about the mechanics of writing a book, we'll talk about the prep work that should occur before you even sit down at your computer/notebook/typewriter.
Column by Naturi Thomas-Millard
Make every email a call to action! Learn to glitter on Twitter! Turn LinkedIn into an office where everyone helps everybody else and no one weeps silently in the restroom!
Column by Dean Fetzer
From scratchings on clay tablets to modern paper, humans have been writing things down for thousands of years — how is technology changing the way our thoughts and creations reach the world?
Column by Taylor Houston
As if the rules of punctuation weren’t confusing enough, what do you do when you have more than one punctuation mark to contend with?
Column by Leah Dearborn
Perhaps our fondness stems from that image in the collective cultural imagination: a man with his typewriter, clacking away in a lonely hotel room, bottle of cognac at his side.
Column by John Jarzemsky
'True Detective' was a smash hit, for lovers of television and literary horror alike, but is it all it's cracked up to be?
Column by Cath Murphy
Brian hates short stories. Cath loves them. Under the harsh spotlight of Prose & Conversation they attempt to resolve their differences.
Column by Riki Cleveland
How does the Starz television adaptation of 'Outlander' stack up to Diana Gabaldon's best-selling novel?