Nonfiction Reads to Strengthen Your Relationship with the Witch

Nonfiction reading recommendations for witches, witchy writers, or writers writing about witches.

Writing Advice For My Younger Self

Column by Peter Derk
November 15, 2021 (2) comments
I've made some writing mistakes. Some regarding diarrhea. Learn from my mistakes, don't repeat them, and don't force yourself to cringe at your old, crappy writing.

Comics vs. Television: "What If...?"

Column by BH Shepherd
How does Marvel's "What If...?" compare to its source material?

Storyville: The Books You Should Read Every Year

Column by Richard Thomas
November 11, 2021 (1) comments
Some suggestions on the books writers should read every year.

Are You a Writer or an Author?

Column by Jay Wilburn
November 8, 2021 (1) comments
Are you a writer or an author? This simple question can get more complicated the deeper you dig. Jay Wilburn asked several creators then analyzed the results.

Why We Take Grammar So Personally

Column by Peter Derk
November 5, 2021 (2) comments
Your an idiot! No, YOUS the idiot! Why does every grammar discussion get so personal?

Lucky me, Lucky You

Column by Joan Schweighardt
The memoirist and author of the Rivers Trilogy discusses a lifetime of stories, and how lucky she is to have them.

The Importance of a Writing Community, and How to Find One

Column by Karis Rogerson
November 3, 2021 (1) comments
Karis Rogerson discusses the joys of community and offers some options for finding your own!

Value Your Fucking Work (Pt. II)

Column by Todd Keisling
A continuing look at the basics of publishing contracts and how to value your work.

Value Your Fucking Work (Pt. I)

Column by Todd Keisling
If writers don't place value on their work, it will lead to publishing agreements that do not favor the author, thereby enabling certain predatory practices.