Column by Leah Dearborn
Sitting in a classroom or wandering through a sterile museum, we often feel estranged from history. But history is really about people, and that’s what makes it such fertile ground for writers.
Column by Richard Thomas
When writing about taboo subjects, be careful how you do it.
Column by Brian McGackin
Sifting through history, one classic at a time.
Column by Christopher Shultz
If you've ever tried to read a screenplay on your iPhone, you know what an awful experience it can be. But no more! Weekend Read saves us from the drudgery.
Column by Leah Rhyne
In late June, I survived my first ever live, public reading event....and you can too! Here's how I did it.
Column by Max Booth III
You want to make your characters realistic? Think of everybody as the protagonist.
Column by Rajan Khanna
Season Four of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' began a distinct move father away from the source material. What does this mean for the books and, most importantly, the ending that they are speeding toward?
Column by Cath Murphy
Buckets and spades. Donkey rides. Tangled deckchairs. Sand in your sandwiches. We all love the beach, and the authors of these three books are no exception.
Column by Gayle Towell
A brief discussion of microfiction: who writes/reads it and why, tricks of the trade, and places to submit.
Column by Peter Derk
A reading list of books for straight white males to make them less...like straight white males.