Column by Mary Kay McBrayer
Why do we root for the criminals and not the snitch? And whose side is the private investigator on?
Column by BH Shepherd
A critical comparison of "The Boys" season one and its comic book source material.
Column by David James Keaton
"Tales From the Crust: An Anthology of Pizza Horror" is out today, and it is a plague unleashed upon the horror genre. Read the intro, for free, RIGHT HERE!
Column by Autumn Christian
All great stories exist in the place outside the conscious mind.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
Reviewing nonfiction taught me a few tricks that helped improve my approach to writing fiction.
Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
It's Ray Bradbury's birthday. Let's celebrate by talking about the art of short story writing and his contribution.
Column by Peter Derk
I hate to say it in this context, but you can do better.
Column by Richard Thomas
Tips on how film can help unblock, inspire, and add depth to your fiction.
Column by Nick Mamatas
How seriously should midlisters take the pressure to finally write that breakout novel?
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
As C.J. Cherryh wrote, “It is perfectly okay to write garbage — as long as you edit brilliantly.” Here are five tips on how to approach the second draft of your novel-in-making.