Column by Cath Murphy
With 54 novels, 5 non-fiction works and several crypts-worth of short stories under his belt, it doesn't seem like there's much left for Stephen King to write about. Except there is...
Column by Daniel Hope
'Looking Backward' purports to tell the state of America in the year 2000. It's wildly inaccurate, but it's still worth a read.
Column by BH Shepherd
The next gaming generation is here, so why are video games still making the same old storytelling mistakes?
Column by Leah Rhyne
Since Leah needed to lighten things up after a string of dark, heavy books, this month she and Richard take on the David Sedaris classic, 'Me Talk Pretty One Day'!
Column by Brian McGackin
Sifting through history, one classic at a time.
Column by Christopher Shultz
All the best Journalism-with-a-capital-J, available in one convenient, customizable app—and it's free!
Column by Robbie Blair
This extended rant targets a great sin of academic literary criticism: the tendency to praise "great" works in a way that pre-decides the work's value and sets everyone playing emperor's new clothes.
Column by Leah Dearborn
November is an ideal month for curling up inside with a book, but most people don’t lunge for a dictionary when they’ve had a long day. What attracts people to certain books when seeking comfort?