Column by Phil Jourdan
November's Neglected Books column features two very different novels: a classic work of American naturalism, and a pornographic masterpiece of experimentation.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
Demise of UK pub Beautiful Books bad news for Nick Walker fans. Is there still hope for "Boomtown"?
Column by Brandon Tietz
Authors have a pretty standard lexicon of advice they give to young writers, but sometimes it's what you don't do that matters most.
Column by Rob Hart
In this new spotlight column, we look at The Mysterious Bookshop, a specialty bookstore in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, dedicated to crime, mystery, suspense and thriller fiction.
Column by Stephen Graham Jones
'Genre' and 'literary' isn't an either/or kind of situation, we've just been conditioned to think that way. Why not have both?
Column by Meredith Borders
Kids are generally pretty annoying. Yet some children rise above their youthful station to achieve great heights of badassery. Read on for the raddest fictional children ever.
Column by Taylor Houston
Flexing your vocabulary muscle makes your writing better, stronger, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.
Column by Jon Gingerich
A guide to writing more active, more immediate, more powerful sentences that will grab your reader’s attention and make them remember what you’ve written.
Column by Jason Van Horn
A closer look at the issue of sexuality and violence in the new DC 52.