Four Reasons Hulu Executives Were Fools To Cancel “High Fidelity”

Column by Christopher Shultz
This transformative new adaptation of Nick Hornby's novel was sorely needed in 2020, so why the hell did Hulu give it the ax?

The Scarlet Plague: Exploring the Historical Influence of Pandemics on Literature

Column by Jay Wilburn
Comparing the literature that came out before & after 1918, we may better understand how our stories might change following the 2020 pandemic & how we might address our experiences during this time.

The Ancient Universal Truths of Confucius on What is Likely His Birthday

Universal truths are what every writer seeks, and Confucius specialized in them.

A Brief History of Vintage Writing Software

Column by Peter Derk
Is writing hard for you? Let's take a look back at not-so-ancient history and see how hard it USED to be.

Confessions of a Short Story Addict: More, More, More

Column by Sadie Hartmann
August 25, 2020 (1) comments
An anthology is a perfect package; introducing readers to their next favorite author one short story at a time.

The Best Star Trek Novels: A Personal List

Column by BH Shepherd
A few fondly remembered favorites from a well-read fan.

Celebrating a Centenary of Ray Bradbury

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
If you’re only familiar with Ray Bradbury from being assigned 'Fahrenheit 451' in English class, you're missing out. To celebrate a centenary of Bradbury, here's a look at the man behind the books.

Keyboarding Games: Your Writing Still Sucks, But It Sucks Faster

Column by Peter Derk
Can you type "yokel" fast enough to save your life?

Reframing My Writing: Doing it For Me, Not An Audience

Column by Karis Rogerson
August 19, 2020 (1) comments
Writer Karis Rogerson discusses losing sight of why you write, and trying to recapture that spark.

The Best and Worst Book Furniture

Column by Peter Derk
August 17, 2020 (1) comments
Maybe it's time to upgrade from the La-Z-Boy your grandpa died in.