Column by Richard Thomas
Tips and tricks for navigating the world of book blurbs.
Column by Jay Wilburn
Joe McKinney, one of the most talented storytellers in horror, passed away in 2021. His story and legacy are complex.
Column by Peter Derk
Authors: Stop wasting everyone's time with bad, boring interviews.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
Here are the five essential steps you need to take in order to write a nonfiction book proposal that agents and editors will be snapping at one another’s heels to acquire.
Column by Leah Dearborn
Heyer said of her own writing in the 1940s, “I think to myself I ought to be shot for writing such nonsense," but her self-deprecation undermined her wit and substantial body of bestselling work.
Column by Stephanie M. Wytovich, MFA
An open letter to Charles Bukowski on his birthday.
Column by Gabriel Hart
A quote-riddled cheat sheet for the French philosopher's treatise on some of literature's most prominent renegades.
Column by Joshua Isard
An exploration of one of the most misleading terms in the writing world, and why it should be retired.
Column by Andrew Fowlow
When utilized correctly, an author newsletter can be a beacon of hope for those struggling for exposure in a saturated market.