Column by Meredith Borders
On this Look Alike Day (it's a thing), we review the best doppelgängers in fiction.
Column by Karis Rogerson
A look at what it's like to be a writer with depression, and giving yourself permission to not be okay.
Column by David Cranmer
Challenged to defend the Beat Generation solely on "The Soft Machine", David Cranmer takes a look at the disorienting, kaleidoscopic briar patch that William S. Burroughs released in 1961.
Column by Justin Hunter
While it's tempting to revisit old stories that never quite got off the ground, it can be harmful to your progress as a writer.
Column by Peter Derk
What will the six unnamed Marvel movies be? We dunno. But we can make some good guesses. And some really, really bad ones.
Column by Fred Venturini
Ask an author how long it took them to write a book, and the answer is always different. Here are three times a novel is finished, and how they each relate to author mindset.
Column by Christoph Paul
Learn how to write a non-fiction book proposal from my (failed) example.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
Writing about crime makes you a criminal the same way talking about dieting helps you lose weight, and one of those things deserves more respect than the other.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
It’s been 93 years since "The Great Gatsby" was published, and it still captivates readers. Why has this story about a Long Island summer stood the test of time so well?