Column by Karina Wilson
Why write? After George Orwell, Joan Didion and Jonathan Franzen, a panel of writers at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, debate the issue.
Column by BH Shepherd
There is only one question that truly matters. What is it, and how do you answer it?
Column by Brandon Tietz
New literary magazines may seem like a way to rustle up a quick publication to add to the resume, but you might just be wasting your story with empty credentials.
Column by Rajan Khanna
A look at Sherlock Holmes's more fantastical adventures.
Column by Max Allan Collins
A fascinating look at the censorship witch hunt of comic books in the 1950s as reflected in the exciting new noir novel, "Seduction of the Innocent" by Max Allan Collins.
Column by Cath Murphy
Who can save the planet from the deadly Grammar Nazis? The Superheroes of Literature, that's who!
Column by Meredith Borders
The zom-rom-com book faces off against the zom-rom-com movie.
Column by Phil Jourdan
We like to forget or ignore our failures, and construct stories about ourselves that emphasize our victories. But it is failure that helps us learn, and embracing failure is a rare thing these days.
Column by Kelly Thompson
With the news that CW's Wonder Woman television show "Amazon" continues to live in limbo, here are five key things from the comics that the creators would do well to remember.
Column by John Jarzemsky
Lena Dunham and her series 'Girls' are worthy of criticism, they just aren't getting the right kind.