Column by Hanna Brooks Olsen
In 2010, a series of infographics reminded the literary and publishing world how male-dominated the industry is. Does the success of books written by and featuring females in 2011 change all that?
Column by Ed Sikov
Eight miles of smelly used books - a reader's paradise in New York City.
Column by Rob Hart
Last month I discussed my decision to seek an agent to represent me and my novel. Now it's time to talk about something that's actually useful--namely, how to find an agent.
Column by John Jarzemsky
A quick look at what's new and exciting for the month of February.
Column by Taylor Houston
A continuation of last month's discussion of short sentence lengths. This month we'll explore the merits of the very long sentences.
Column by Jon Gingerich
A list of some of the most common grammatical errors that routinely make it into print.
Column by Jason Van Horn
After the success of the DC Comics relaunch, should Marvel consider doing something similar?
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
What's Katherine Dunn been doing since 'Geek Love' came out in 1989? Quite a bit, actually. And yes, she's still working on her followup.
Column by Keith Rawson
Part of an ongoing series profiling some of the best independent bookstores in the country. In this installment: The Poisoned Pen Bookstore in Scottsdale Arizona.
Column by Jack Joslin
A look at three often overlooked, but outstanding novels: 'Hangover Square,' 'Foam of the Daze' & 'Pincher Martin.'