Column by Bart Bishop
A look how at the Twayne's Masterwork Studies Book Series, specifically an entry on "Catch-22", simulates the college classroom experience.
Column by Justin Hunter
Knowing your setting doesn't mean you'll avoid stereotyping it.
Column by Christoph Paul
Sometimes it will be good, sometimes it will be bad, and sometimes it will be down right ugly, but writing a shitty first draft will give you a finished book.
Column by Peter Derk
Stephen King pulled his school shooting novel, 'Rage,' from print decades ago. Is it time for the book to come back?
Column by Repo Kempt
Writing a crime scene where a murder is made to look like a suicide? Here's a guide to doing your research and getting the forensic details right.
The final installment of Jeff's 10 part series on the writing of his new novel, "A Man of Shadows."
Column by David Cranmer
In an age of emphasis on law enforcement tactics, we take a look at the page to screen evolution of Walt Longmire, with expressed concern for the marshal's cavalier approach to policing.
Column by Karis Rogerson
A personal essay/reflection on how books can help you escape a harmful reality and survive depression.
Part 9 of Jeff's 10 part series on the writing of his new novel, "A Man of Shadows."