Column by Christopher Shultz
Films are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get. And you never know why the hell some flavors are so beloved either...
Column by Stephanie Bonjack
The Americans with Disabilities Act improved the lives of millions of people, requiring accommodations and preventing discrimination. What does that mean for writers?
Column by Bart Bishop
Asking the question, is it okay for authors to use "authentic" language in period pieces?
Column by Holly Kothe
Having a background in musical theater, I'm familiar with several books turned musicals. You can make practically anything into a musical. Here's a few gems that took off, and some that tanked.
Column by Leah Dearborn
These authors don't just address the difficult and often taboo subject of human mortality, they also play with it, using wit and skill to shine a light on the dark moments at the end of a life.
Column by Raine Winters
Dear Hollywood: Please stop destroying my favorite books.
Column by Ed Sikov
The novel 'Ben-Hur' has been adapted seven times for stage, screen, and TV. Why? What makes this 1880 novel so adaptable and enduring?
Column by Liam Meilleur
Puppy power, liberal cabals, and the impending Hugo Awards.
Column by Peter Derk
Are you an amateur book reviewer? Are you making these mistakes? Because if you are, I really don't like you.