5 Holiday Writing Hacks

Column by Susan DeFreitas, November 25, 2015 1 comments
Right around now, it's easy to succumb to the pressures of family and cooking and cleaning and get no writing done at all. Five hacks for ensuring your writing doesn't end up a casualty of the season.

6 Festive Thanksgiving Romances

Column by Riki Cleveland
November 25, 2015 (0) comments
There’s just something about the cooler temperatures and feelings of well-being in the Fall that light the fire for romance. Here are six Thanksgiving romances to warm your heart.

There Is No Spoon: 7 Books For a Nihilist Thanksgiving

Column by Leah Dearborn
November 25, 2015 (2) comments
The holidays are a marvelous time to contemplate the futility of existence.

What Comedy Central’s ‘Review’ Can Teach Us About Experimental Narratives

Column by Max Booth III
November 24, 2015 (0) comments
At first glance, Comedy Central’s 'Review' is nothing more than another episodic sketch show. But then things get...weird.

David Foster Wallace reviews 'List of the Lost' by Morrissey

Column by Cath Murphy
November 24, 2015 (2) comments
David Foster Wallace gets stoned with Ayn Rand and cruelly mocks Morrissey's first attempt at fiction.
Kurt Vonnegut’s ‘Cat’s Cradle’ to become FX Series

Kurt Vonnegut’s ‘Cat’s Cradle’ to become FX Series

News by Raine Winters
November 24, 2015 (0) comments
Let’s hope the network does the book justice.
Winnie-the-Pooh's Skull Goes On Display

Winnie-the-Pooh's Skull Goes On Display

News by Peter Derk
November 23, 2015 (1) comments
Winnie the Pooh was real, he died, and now you can see his skull.

'American Horror Story: Hotel' and Why Hotel Horror Works

November 23, 2015 (0) comments
Michael Wilson examines the appeal of the hotel horror sub-genre and provides some mid-season thoughts on 'American Horror Story: Hotel'.
Bookshots: 'The Man Who Spoke Snakish' by Andrus Kivirähk

Bookshots: 'The Man Who Spoke Snakish' by Andrus Kivirähk

Review by Freddie Moore
November 23, 2015 (0) comments
A look inside Andrus Kivirähk ‘s first English translated novel.

Turkey Coma: Five Times Screenwriters Put Characters Conveniently to Sleep

Column by Bart Bishop
November 20, 2015 (0) comments
A look at five movies that utilize the convenient coma as a cliche to knock characters out of a narrative.

13 Ways to Live And Write Like Kurt Vonnegut

Column by Peter Derk
November 20, 2015 (2) comments
Vonnegut knew how to write, and he knew how to live. Learn something.