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.
Column by Steph Post
Five 'dog-centric' novels to celebrate the Dog Days of Summer.
Column by Autumn Christian
Recognize the signs of fear and the mistakes that may be holding you back.
An extremely professional and not at all drunken review of 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.'
Column by Christopher Shultz
If magical realism isn't straight-up fantasy, or any other speculative genre, then what, exactly, is it?
Column by Andrea J. Johnson
Curious what makes a piece of writing upmarket fiction? This article will define the term and help you decide whether you should tailor your work to meet this unique classification.
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