Column by Rob Blair Young April 26, 2021
For National Poetry Month, I'm ranking eleven different types of formal poetry.
Column by Andrea J. Johnson June 4, 2020
This article identifies the differences between the novel and the series as well as how those choices shape the audience's investment in the narrative.
Column by Jeff Noon
Part 2 of Jeff's 6 part series on the writing of his new novel, "A Man of Shadows."
Column by Max Booth III March 25, 2015
Hypnagogia is the transitional state between wakefulness and sleep. It might also possibly be one of our mind’s most vital tools for creativity.
Column by Troy Farah January 27, 2014
Journalism is an often ignored way to develop strong writing skills. When applied to fiction, the results can be outstanding. Just ask authors like Hemingway and Palahniuk, who were once reporters.
Column by Richard Thomas August 16, 2012
A beginning, a middle, and an end. Let's talk about the end. Make it resonate.