Requests, Not Demands: How to Get Your Books into Libraries

Column by Peter Derk
The library is your friend. Don't alienate it.

Beyond the Comfort Zone: Writing Outside Your Box

Column by BH Shepherd
An exploration of how writing in unfamiliar genres and formats can help you grow as a writer.

Stop Being Lazy and Write Different Types of Characters

Stereotypes are played out. It's time to get REAL and write people the way they actually are.

Ask Nick: Publishing 201 — Am I Spider Rico?

Column by Nick Mamatas
August 2, 2019 (2) comments
Author, editor, and anthologist Nick Mamatas answers YOUR questions about writing and publishing. We're going beyond the basics.

Game of Thrones Was Born 23 Years Ago — Why The Books Will Forever Be Better Than the Show

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
Game of Thrones was born 23 years ago. Here are four reasons the books will forever be better than the show.

Building The Custom Notebook

Column by Peter Derk
Notebooks letting you down? Make your own!

Becoming a Reliable Shapeshifter: The Ever-Changing Nature of Brands

Column by Gabino Iglesias
Your brand can change. Change can be your brand. Here's how you can be a literary chameleon.

Storyville: How Travel Can Inform Your Writing

Column by Richard Thomas
Tips on how travel can inform your fiction.

Comic Conventions Versus Pop Culture Conventions

Column by Peter Derk
Can the two peacefully co-exist?

Taking Creative Control: How to Make Time for Writing in a Busy Schedule

Column by Karis Rogerson
July 25, 2019 (1) comments
A few tips that have helped me to sit down and write despite a pretty busy schedule. Here's hoping they work for you, too!