Column by Christoph Paul
Sorry to cast stones, fellow writers, but this needs to be said.
Column by Karis Rogerson
One writer reflects on the books that opened her eyes to the beauty of the world's diversity.
Column by Peter Derk
You've only got a few days to read 'IT' before the movie hits. You can do it. Take it from me, with a little help, you'll make it.
Column by Susan DeFreitas
Shameless self-promotion is not the same as self-promoting without shame. If you want to establish a career as an emerging author, consider mastering the latter.
Column by Justin Hunter
Remakes might suck visually. They might steal a piece of your childhood and give it away to someone else. But remakes allow a story to live on long past its expiration date. And that's a good thing.
Column by Repo Kempt
A list of ten simple edits that can immediately improve whatever writing you're working on.
Column by Annie Neugebauer
Music & books: every once in a while, an artist comes along who manages to build a bridge between the two, and when that happens the results can be pretty awesome.
Column by J. David Osborne
A guy who loves genre fiction tries to understand his sudden obsession with avant-garde writing.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
From flat-earthers and 9-11 truthers to Nazi apologists and people who think not liking what they like makes you Satan, the web is full of folks ready to pick a fight. Here's how to win that fight.
Column by Patrick Wensink
Patrick Wensink finally wrote a book you can read with your kids. Barely.