Column by Peter Derk November 20, 2020
Virtual events are dreadful. Most of us would rather have NO event. So let's change it up.
Column by Max Booth III August 14, 2020
I am lonely and miss performing for people. Let's take a trip down memory lane.
Column by Steph Post January 27, 2020
Find what works best for you when promoting your book, including unconventional suggests.
Column by Gabino Iglesias January 9, 2020
I spent a lot of time doing book stuff in 2019. Here's what I learned.
Column by Karis Rogerson
It wasn't always easy for Karis Rogerson to find writer friends outside of the internet, but now that she has...it's changed everything (for the better).
Column by Gabino Iglesias June 5, 2019
I never thought I'd do a book tour. And then all of a sudden I was on one, even though I was broke. Here's how it happened.
Column by Leah Rhyne May 18, 2016
This spring I ran a small writing contest at my child's elementary school. It was the best writing job I've ever imagined.
Column by Suzy Vitello December 3, 2015
Suzy Vitello, aka "the den mom," knows how to throw a great book party. After all, she was taught by the master of the literary festivus, Chuck Palahniuk. Need some ideas for your own launch? Read on.
News by Peter Derk
See Norman Mailer get arrested, have a chocolate, have a drink.
Column by Rob Blair Young October 2, 2014
November poses one of the greatest challenges for writers: drafting an entire novel in one month. Learn what you can do now to increase your chances of success.
News by Rob Hart August 18, 2014
Do you live in or around Portland? Do you want to have some fun while maybe wearing pajamas? Then go to this thing on Friday.
News by Rob Hart
In a rare East Cost appearance, Tom Spanbauer will read from his latest novel, 'I Loved You More,' at The LGBT Center in Chelsea.
News by Peter Derk
Author Miriam Laundry takes a shot at a Guinness record for largest book discussion.
Column by Ben Umstead December 16, 2013
Reading out loud will make you a better writer. But as we know with writing, practice is key. So where to start? Ben Umstead shares his take on how one can read out loud and sound good doing it.
News by Dean Fetzer February 12, 2013
Washington D.C.’S laws regarding liquor licenses can’t tell the difference between actors or performers and strippers, so this Valentine's naked performance has been cancelled.
News by Brandon Tietz February 28, 2012
Get ready for the violent side of literature. These readings go to the death...or until we're all out of PBR. It's Literary Death Match.
Column by Brandon Tietz January 11, 2012
Planning a literary event can be an overwhelming concept for a new author. Here are some tips to make things run a little bit smoother.