A Short Tour of Gimmick Covers

Column by Peter Derk
Punch some holes, break out the foil, and if you've got tasteful nudes, save 'em for something else. Taste has no place in the world of gimmick covers.

7 Reasons You Should Actually Read Moby-Dick

Column by Annie Neugebauer
The classic novel that few have actually read, "Moby-Dick" is truly worth your time. Here are 7 reasons why.

I May Fail NaNoWriMo This Year, but It Didn't Fail Me

Column by Karis Rogerson
Karis Rogerson chats about her past with NaNoWriMo and how this year, even though she's not on track to win the challenge, she is on track to love writing more.

Is Patreon Still A Viable Platform and Income Source for Authors?

Column by Jay Wilburn
Many authors have a Patreon page. Is it still a viable platform, though? Is it wise for a new writer to start one?

Storyville: 10 Tips on How to Be a Good Critique Partner

Column by Richard Thomas
Advice on how to be a good critique partner, no matter what the situation.

It's Time To Change the Virtual Event Game

Column by Peter Derk
Virtual events are dreadful. Most of us would rather have NO event. So let's change it up.

Meandering, Wrecked, and Random: My First True Understanding of Narrative Structure

Davidson finds her debut novel, "Sybelia Drive", over the course of 20 years of wandering.

Creating a Reading System Helped Me Find Joy in Reading Again

Column by Karis Rogerson
One writer discusses how having a routine for reading makes the practice more joyful and enjoyable.

Appetite for Destruction: 7 Food Horror Books

Column by Sadie Hartmann
November 17, 2020 (1) comments
If you are a foodie who also happens to enjoy horror, these recommendations are for you. Bring your appetite!

The BS Parts of the Submission Process

Column by Peter Derk
The submissions process is a hell that even Kafka couldn't have imagined.