Library Love: The Future is Open

Column by Stephanie Bonjack
Open Access is a movement that seeks to circumvent barriers preventing access to information. Think traditional publishing is the only way to go? Think again.

What Famous Authors Would Be Like on Social Media if They Weren't Dead

Column by Max Booth III
How much writing would Charles Dickens have accomplished with FarmVille in his life?

150 Years Later, ‘Little Women’ Is Still The Biggest Of Deals

Column by Meredith Borders
On its sesquicentennial, Louisa May Alcott’s novel is still challenging readers.

It Took Me 10 Years to Publish My Poetry Collection

Column by Christoph Paul
The highs, lows, and peace that comes with finally finishing a poetry collection.

Books vs. Miniseries: 'The Stand'

Column by Christopher Shultz
Does 'The Stand' miniseries do the novel justice, or is it like a bastard, sniveling half-sibling; a disappointment compared to the first-born child?

Stephen King's 10 Best - Yes, Best! - Endings

Column by Meredith Borders
Happy birthday, Stephen King! Let's take a look at the ten best endings the author ever wrote.

Inspiration from the Brooklyn Book Fest

Column by Susan DeFreitas
So you couldn't get to NYC for the BKBF, or you didn't want to brave the crowds? No prob. Here's a roundup of wit and wisdom from various panels full of brilliant, famous writer folk.

Is Crosstalk Killing Your Feedback?

Column by Peter Derk
September 20, 2018 (1) comments
What is crosstalk, and how is it ruining your workshop?

A Guide to the Literary And Cinematic References in 'Castle Rock'

Column by Christopher Shultz
For anyone needing a deep dive into the Stephen King universe and how it connects to the new Hulu series.

8 Reasons We Should Listen To Book Banners

Column by Peter Derk
Sometimes a friendly ear can save a book.