"Pennyworth" is Worth a Watch

Column by BH Shepherd
A critical look at the DC prequel series about Batman's butler, Alfred Pennyworth.

Putting in the Time: How Taking Creative Control Helps All Aspects of My Life

Column by Karis Rogerson
September 25, 2019 (1) comments
As a follow-up to her column about ways to make time for writing, Karis Rogerson explores how prioritizing creativity helps other aspects of her life.

Tackling the Issue of Consent in Fiction

Column by Andrea J. Johnson
This article offers authors strategies for exploring the darker side of sex with safety and consent in mind.

Ask Nick: Publishing 201 — What Do Editors Do All Day?

Column by Nick Mamatas
What do editors do all day? Not edit!

What Does It Really Take to Get a Book Published?

Column by Susan DeFreitas
Publishing a book is a bucket-list item for a whole lot of us. But what does it actually take to get published?

8 Writing and Researching Tools You Might be Ignoring

Column by Gabino Iglesias
When it comes to writing and research, some really useful tools are hiding in plain sight. Here's a list of my favorites.

Storyville: Pacing and Depth in Short Fiction vs. Novels

Column by Richard Thomas
Thoughts on the differences between novels and short stories, specifically when it comes to pacing and depth.

Book vs. Minisieries vs. Films: It - The Special Beverly Edition

Column by Christopher Shultz
You will never see sewer sex on the screen, and that's a good thing...but have the filmmakers replaced it with anything better?

Be Childish Because It’s Robert McCloskey’s Birthday

Timeless literature begins with the youngest readers.

Books That Are Feminist AF: Back-to-School Edition

Column by Susan DeFreitas
Finished with fluffy beach reads? Get schooled this fall with books that are feminist AF but just as fun.