Spring Cleaning For Writers

Column by Peter Derk
Dust off that old short story, organize your scraps of poems, and throw away that manuscript that's been sitting in the attic.

How to Get Paid as a Freelancer

Column by Gabino Iglesias
You did the work. Now it's time to get paid. Here's how you make sure that happens.

Can One-Star Reviews Still Convince Readers to Buy Books?

Column by Sadie Hartmann
March 9, 2020 (3) comments
It's easy to assume that five-star, glowing reviews are able to convince readers to buy a book, but what about those ranty, complaining reviews from Negative Nancy? Do those sell books too?

12 Tools Every Self-Published Author Should Have in Their Toolkit

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
To help all those aspiring indie authors out there, here’s a list of some of the best tools for navigating the world of publishing.

Celebrate Women In Horror All Year Long With Season-Specific Reading

Column by Christopher Shultz
Women In Horror month might be over and done with, but that shouldn't stop you from consuming terrifying works by ladies year round.

Throwing Your Own AWP

Column by Christoph Paul
If you can't make it to AWP this year, here are some things you can do to bring AWP to you.

A Brief History of Invisible Men in Literature

Column by Peter Derk
They're all around you! Nothing can stop them!

Read Across America to Celebrate Literacy and Dr. Seuss

A day for reading is something you've been needing.

EMMA. is a Charming, Self-Aware Adaptation of Jane Austen's Work

Column by Karis Rogerson
The trailer left Karis Rogerson uncertain how she would feel about the latest adaptation. The movie itself left her very satisfied.

How Late Nights Are Killing You and Your Writing

Column by Peter Derk
February 27, 2020 (1) comments
In which our columnist plays dad and says, "Lights out!"