I Just Spent A Year Exclusively Reading Women (and I Deserve No Congratulations For This)

Column by Christopher Shultz
Diversifying your reading list isn't a bragging moment. It's just what you should do.

Drunk on Literature: 10 Themed Book and Brew Pairings

Column by Peter Derk
Forget wine and cheese. This one's all about beers and reads!

Inconceivable: Social Media Branding Might Not Mean What You Think It Means

Column by Sadie Hartmann
June 18, 2020 (1) comments
Social media branding has a bad rap. When people hear about "branding" they immediately think of corporate business strategies. Branding is important. Here's why.

Writing, Weight Loss, and Cops

Column by Christoph Paul
This started as a column about weight loss through the Noom App and how it relates to writing, but I kept thinking about the cops killing innocent people...

What Tools Do You Use to Edit Your Manuscripts?

Column by Cina Pelayo
Do you use any editing softwares to perfect your writing? Here is a sampling of tools available.

Storyville: Advanced Storytelling Techniques

Column by Richard Thomas
Tips for how to execute some advanced storytelling techniques.

The Hottest Summer Trends in Books, Reading, and Writing

Column by Peter Derk
The hottest trends in literature for summer? We got you.

Book vs. Film vs. Reality: "Shirley"

Column by Christopher Shultz
The new hallucinatory examination of Shirley Jackson isn't a biopic, but is there more fact than fiction than meets the eye?

The Most Memorable Duos in Literature to Celebrate National Best Friends Day

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
To celebrate National Best Friends Day, here are five dynamic duos sure to have you missing your own partner in crime.

The Gabino Iglesias Online MFA: Fourth Semester

Column by Gabino Iglesias
June 5, 2020 (1) comments
The last semester of the Gabino Iglesias MFA is here! You made it...but not before you get through these classes. Then, the real work begins.