Storyville: How Grateful, Compassionate Protagonists Can Add Depth to Your Fiction

Column by Richard Thomas
If you have a likable protagonist, does that make for a more appealing, layered, and satisfying experience?

The AI Novel Is Pointless

Column by Peter Derk
That's right, robot overlords! Your novels are useless garbage!

Writing with Chronic Pain

Column by Megan J. Kaleita
What to do when your body doesn't give a shit about deadlines.

The Rising Price of Everything and What it Means for Publishing

Column by Leah Dearborn
Inflation has been a key term in the year 2022, with extremely high rates across many consumer categories. What are some of the impacts on the near term future of the written word?

Dear Anne Sexton

An open letter to Anne Sexton on her birthday.

What Makes a Good Retelling?

Column by Joshua Isard
We are in an age of movie and TV reboots, as well as copious literary reimaginings. So what makes one successful?

10 NaNoWriMo Tips for Success from Editors and Agents

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
Attempting NaNoWriMo this year? I've asked 10 Reedsy editors and agents for their advice to help you succeed.

Anthropodermic Bibliopegy: Books Bound In Human Skin

Column by Peter Derk
Why do books bound in human skin exist? Why do libraries have them? Why should they be preserved?

Storyville: My Favorite Horror Stories Available to Read Online Right Now

Column by Richard Thomas
Some thought provoking and emotional work for you to enjoy this Halloween season.

10 Scary Children’s Books that Might Still Keep You Up at Night

Column by Leah Dearborn
There’s nothing more lastingly creepy than books with the ability to scar your early childhood.