Joe Hill Remembers Where He Came From (Part Two)

Joe Hill Remembers Where He Came From (Part Two)

Interview by Paul Michael Anderson, May 27, 2016 4 comments
Bestselling author Joe Hill concludes the sprawling discussion of his new book 'The Fireman', touching on his start as a writer, writing advice, and reading habits.

Hot Summer Reading: 7 Climate Fiction Titles for a Warming World

Column by Susan DeFreitas
May 27, 2016 (0) comments
Think cli-fi is all doom and gloom? Think again. The seven titles on this list are full of sexy summer sizzle and smart suspense—perfect for apocalyptic beach reading.

6 Game Development Lessons For Writers

Column by Peter Derk
May 26, 2016 (3) comments
6 writing lessons from Derek Yu and the world of game development.

5 Writing Sheds That You'll Want To Build For Yourself

Column by Leah Dearborn
May 26, 2016 (0) comments
Have you ever wanted a writing space that was completely your own, built away from all the others parts of your life?
When It Rains, It Poems: Boston's Poetry Project

When It Rains, It Poems: Boston's Poetry Project

News by Peter Derk
May 25, 2016 (2) comments
Mass Poetry is using water repellent spray to make poems magically appear when it rains.

Modifier Makeovers: Go From Basic to Belle-of-The-Ball with These Simple Tricks

Column by Taylor Houston
May 25, 2016 (0) comments
A Primer on Modifiers.

Book vs. Film: 'Psycho'

Column by Christopher Shultz
May 25, 2016 (1) comments
Between Bloch's novel and Hitchcock's film, which version of 'Psycho' is the Mother?
First Trailer Released for Live Action ‘Beauty and the Beast’

First Trailer Released for Live Action ‘Beauty and the Beast’

News by Raine Winters
May 24, 2016 (0) comments
Disney has officially invited us all to be their guests.

Fast Draft Hell: 7 Lessons I Learned (Almost) Writing a Novel in 14 Days

Column by Riki Cleveland
May 24, 2016 (3) comments
20 pages a day for 14 days. Quick revisions. Bam. A finished book. In a month. Where do I sign up?
17th Century Work May Be First Science Fiction Novel Ever Written

17th Century Work May Be First Science Fiction Novel Ever Written

News by Raine Winters
May 24, 2016 (1) comments
…and now the book is being rewritten for modern times.

Gerard Way, 'The Children's Crusade' and the Death Rattle of Vertigo Comics

Column by Bart Bishop
May 24, 2016 (3) comments
In the wake of Gerard Way's Young Animals mature comics imprint announcement, we look back at that time Vertigo attempted a line-wide crossover.