Column by Peter Derk October 12, 2020
Part 2 of our MASSIVE list of Palahniuk read-a-likes that should hold you over until Chuck's next release.
Column by Darrin Doyle October 26, 2018
Invigorate your short fiction by restraining word count.
Column by Max Booth III
How much writing would Charles Dickens have accomplished with FarmVille in his life?
Column by Bart Bishop August 17, 2017
A look how at the Twayne's Masterwork Studies Book Series, specifically an entry on "Catch-22", simulates the college classroom experience.
Column by Christopher Shultz January 4, 2017
There are novels that come right out and say what they mean, with varying degrees of heavy-handedness. And then there are novels that make sweeping critiques through gross surrealism and absurdity.
News by Raine Winters
Let’s hope the network does the book justice.
Column by Peter Derk November 20, 2015
Vonnegut knew how to write, and he knew how to live. Learn something.
Column by Susan DeFreitas December 4, 2014
Hemingway, famously, kept it short and sweet. But if you've got the gift of gab, like Nabokov and Marquez, you can stretch out with sentences that gallop, guffaw, and bulge with overstuffed wit.
Column by Max Booth III July 10, 2014
Kurt Vonnegut checks into Max's hotel and refuses to put out his cigarette.
Column by Ryan Peverly November 12, 2013
In honor of Kurt Vonnegut's 91st birthday, a look back at how the late author shaped this columnist's writing career.
Column by Leah Dearborn November 8, 2013
Books are not always innocent creations. Time and again, the written word has helped to both inflame and resolve human conflicts.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky October 23, 2013
You want to devour every scrap of paper your favorite author has ever written, but is it worth tarnishing their legacy?
News by Christopher Shultz August 2, 2013
The author of Slaughterhouse Five, Breakfast of Champions, and many other novels is now fair game in the officially sanctioned Amazon platform.
News by Dean Fetzer June 25, 2013
With a theme of “Humor”, the second annual edition of the Literary Journal ‘So It Goes’ is looking for submissions.
Column by Christopher Shultz April 16, 2013
As bookish people, writers will enjoy the variety, lively discussions, and opportunities for critical thinking that book clubs offer.
News by Christopher Shultz November 15, 2012
Plans to adapt Kurt Vonnegut's classic novel are still on the table, but will the filmmakers involved ever sit down to eat?
News by Dave Reuss August 16, 2012
In a move rich with symbolism, an author will spend Banned Books Week in a prison of his own making.
Column by Meredith Borders May 23, 2012
What happens when writers become characters?
Column by Jon Korn April 12, 2012
There are good songs, there are great songs, and then there are songs that reference Kurt Vonnegut. Jon Korn explores science fiction influenced music.
Column by Jon Korn March 20, 2012
As the new guy around the site, Jon Korn introduces himself via the favorite medium of everyone from David Letterman to Yahweh- science fiction.
News by Rob Hart January 16, 2012
The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library is celebrating its first anniversary on Jan. 28 with a day of informative and entertaining events.
News by Rob Hart December 8, 2011
Kurt Vonnegut's son is disputing a biography released last month that says the iconic author was bitter, angry and depressed in his final days.