Column by Keith Rosson
'The Mercy of the Tide' author Keith Rosson chronicles the starts and fits of getting published.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
They fly and run really fast and punch and save the world, but what do superheroes read? I interviewed a few of them and found out.
Column by Emma Byrne
'Swearing is Good For You' author Emma Byrne discusses the science and semantics of swear words in fiction.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
Want to sink your teeth into the best short stories, but you don’t know where to start? Check out these awesome literary magazines that champion short-form fiction.
Column by Keith Rawson
Hooray! The Hack-Dad Chronicles are back! What the hell are the Hack-Dad Chronicles?
Column by Peter Derk
This one little guide can save you $20,000. Seems like a good investment.
Column by Susan DeFreitas
Ready to get more of your work published? Level up your submissions game in 2018.
Column by Justin Hunter
Putting your work out there can be intimidating. Journal guidelines can be intimidating. But there are ways to circumvent that intimidation in the name of publication.
Column by Michael David Wilson
After the One Story Per Week Challenge in 2017 it's time to set new writing goals and challenges for the new year.
Column by Repo Kempt
Learn how to identify and fix common problems in your opening chapter.