Column by Erin Reel
Issue 12 of Ask The Lit Coach is all about literary agents. This week we discuss whether or not US agents consider clients living outside the U.S. and what will be the fate of agents post ePublishing
Column by Rajan Khanna
A look at fantasy worlds in video games- what they offer, why they work so well together and some examples of great fantasy gaming worlds.
Column by Meredith Borders
Every month I throw two books, somehow related, into the Book Brawl ring to fight it out for the title of literary champion. Today: Jane Austen's 2 best loved comedies of manners get impolite.
Column by Karina Wilson
On the 75th anniversary of H.P. Lovecraft's death, Lurid takes a look at his ever-shifting legacy. Xenophobic hack? Post-structuralist plaything? Master of the macabre? You decide.
Column by Jon Gingerich
Why failing to establish clear narrative patterns or ignoring a story’s natural capacity to surprise can render an otherwise compelling work into an instant dud.
Column by Ed Sikov
A guide to the responsibilities of biographical writing and how to get around them.
Column by Phil Jourdan
Never mind Jonathan Franzen's rants on eBooks and Twitter. He poses a more serious threat: the decline of literary difficulty.
Column by Kelly Thompson
Brian K. Vaughan makes his triumphant return to monthly comics with Saga #1-- a 44-page, gorgeously illustrated space opera.
Column by Richard Thomas
The brutal truth about trying to land an agent.