Column by Gabino Iglesias
Religion is a huge part of life. Here are a few reasons why you shouldn't ignore it in your fiction.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
From Lucy's first discovery to Aslan's last battle, The Chronicles of Narnia is full of incredible scenes. That's why for C.S. Lewis's 120th birthday, we're going to look back on one from each book.
It's not crass consumerism if you shop while daintily sipping tea.
Column by Christopher Shultz
Why be another snout in the pack on Black Friday when you can stay home and honor the Spirit of the Wolf with meat, cake, and these werewolf books?
Column by Max Booth III
Where are all the Thanksgiving books?
For Neil Gaiman's birthday: an apology, a thank you, another, unrelated apology, and a question about the value of memory.
Column by Richard Thomas
When you use terror as the emotional set up, and horror as the devastating reveal, your stories will resonate with your readers.
Column by Stephanie Bonjack
Do you really need to buy a bunch of crap this Black Friday? Start a new tradition with Buy Nothing Day and #OptOutside.
Read this before you jump on a stage and launch into your best story.