10 Short Stories "Creepshow" Should Adapt For Season Two

Column by Max Booth III
Maybe the next season will feature more than one female writer?

Book vs Film: "In The Tall Grass"

Column by Christopher Shultz
November 18, 2019 (1) comments
The novella from Stephen King and Joe Hill gets a Netflix original adaptation.

Storyville: Using Rituals to Make Your Stories More Believable

Column by Richard Thomas
Some tips on how to use ritual, ceremony, and witchcraft to make your story more believable.

Movies Are Not The Ultimate Form Of Books

Column by Peter Derk
November 13, 2019 (1) comments
Books are not the larval stage of stories that achieve their final form when they become movies.

5 Bestsellers That Started Out As NaNoWriMo Projects

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
So that your motivation doesn’t flag as we’re approaching mid-November, here's a reminder of five books written during NaNoWriMo that went on to become national bestsellers.

10 Movies I Wish Had Novelizations

Column by Gabino Iglesias
November 7, 2019 (2) comments
There are movies I love so much I wish someone turned them into novels so I could spend more time in the worlds they create.

Wild Speculation Regarding The New 'Hunger Games' Book

Column by Peter Derk
With the announcement of a new 'Hunger Games' book, it's time to do what internet fandom does best: speculate wildly!

Writing Dystopian Fiction When the World Is Going Mad

Column by Nick Kolakowski
Far-fetched, near future tales are seeming less and less far-fetched these days. How do you achieve the proper balance in your world building?

Anime Directors Whose Work Influenced "Cherry Blossom Eyes"

Column by S.T. Cartledge
S.T. Cartledge's work draws not only from the realm of bizarro, but the surreal influence of anime as well.

7 Great Books to Read for National Nonfiction Day

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
To help you get into the spirit of National Non-Fiction Day, here are 7 of the best — from heartbreaking memoirs to tech industry tell-alls.