Smile! All You Need to Know About The Joker Before You Watch the Movie

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
In anticipation of the October 4th release of the Warner Bros. film, "Joker," this post covers five facts about the DC Comics agent of chaos.

Revisiting The Twilight Phenomenon

Column by Peter Derk
October 2, 2019 (1) comments
What was it? Why was it? How was it?

Storytelling: This Ain't Church

October 2, 2019 (1) comments
Always be passionate about what you believe, but write in a way that give readers the benefit of the doubt.

Marie Lu on Returning to The World of The Legend Trilogy

Column by Karis Rogerson
Young Adult author Marie Lu's next novel is a return to the world of her debut series. We spoke with her about coming back to the world she created, all these years later.

10 Awful Movies We Should Turn Into Amazing Novels

Column by Gabino Iglesias
There are many movies out there that are awful but contain elements of greatness. Here are ten I would love to see turned into books at the hands of some of my favorite authors.

A Cheat Sheet to the 2019 Booker Prize Longlist Nominations

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
The thirteen candidates for this year's Booker Prize are out. Let's go through them all in our very own nomination cheat sheet.

Finish Your Manuscript With Project Management

Column by Peter Derk
September 26, 2019 (1) comments
Is this the unsexiest column ever? Yes. But sexy doesn't finish novels.

"Pennyworth" is Worth a Watch

Column by BH Shepherd
A critical look at the DC prequel series about Batman's butler, Alfred Pennyworth.

Putting in the Time: How Taking Creative Control Helps All Aspects of My Life

Column by Karis Rogerson
September 25, 2019 (1) comments
As a follow-up to her column about ways to make time for writing, Karis Rogerson explores how prioritizing creativity helps other aspects of her life.

Tackling the Issue of Consent in Fiction

Column by Andrea J. Johnson
This article offers authors strategies for exploring the darker side of sex with safety and consent in mind.