The Don'ts And Definitely Don'ts of Writing Stupid-Funny Books

Column by Peter Derk
When you want to write funny, there are a few don'ts and a whole load of definitely don'ts.

Chat GPT Part 2: Unemployed Boogaloo

Column by Megan J. Kaleita
The continuing adventures of a (now) unemployed copywriter.

Authors Slap ChatGPT With A Lawsuit: What Happens Next?

Column by Peter Derk
Hear that smack? That's Paul Tremblay and Mona Awad slapping ChatGPT with a lawsuit.

Grad School Residency IV: Leaving Fear Behind

Column by Karis Rogerson
After a tough residency for grad school, Karis Rogerson reflects on lessons learned.

Spellbinding Reads for Young Adults

Five witchy middle-grade and young-adult graphic novel recommendations.

When a Town Rallies Around Censorship: Dispatches From The Culture War Frontline

I attend a Town Meeting where the local library is threatened with budget cuts over the "inappropriate" books available and the librarians' refusal to remove them.

How and Why I Built a Bookselling Monster

Column by Peter Derk
Yes, a literal bookselling monster. Named Archivos.

Storyville: Depression as Catharsis in Your Fiction

Column by Richard Thomas
How depression can lead to catharsis in your storytelling.

Timeless Advice: Truths Too Good for TikToks and Tweets

Column by Sadie Hartmann
Looking for inspiration, guidance, or unvarnished truths to help unlock your creativity? Do not look to social media. Let me help you find what you seek.

The Novels of Warhammer 40,000: Where to Begin?

Column by BH Shepherd
Warhammer 40,000 can be equal parts intriguing and impenetrable to the newcomer. This guide will help you find a good place to start.