10 Scary Children’s Books that Might Still Keep You Up at Night

Column by Leah Dearborn
There’s nothing more lastingly creepy than books with the ability to scar your early childhood.

Why We'll Never Stop Talking About Frankenstein

Column by Peter Derk
Can't stop, won't stop talking about Frankenstein. But why?

Stephen King’s Evolution on Writing Women, LGBTQ Characters, and People of Color

Column by Jay Wilburn
Stephen King's career spans over half a century. How has he faired representing various groups in his writing and how has he evolved with the times? Let's see.

When Fiction Sells, Why Write Speculative Poetry?

There are a lot of ways that poetry can not only strengthen your writing career and author brand, but also your bank account.

Let's Replace Canonical Horror

Column by Peter Derk
Out with the old, in with the gory, juicy, squishy, disgusting, Halloween-y new!

Storyville: How Various Media Can Change You as a Writer

Column by Richard Thomas
Influence can come from any medium, not just the one you are working in.

Where Is All the Feminist Vampire Literature?

Column by Leah Dearborn
Vampires spit in the face of all of “human” benchmarks and demonstrate an alternative mode of existence, possibly an easier pill to swallow for male versus female characters.

The Magical Books That Fostered My Own Budding Love of "Spooky Season"

Column by Karis Rogerson
An avowed coward, Karis Rogerson read some books and fell in love with spooky season!

7 Books You Should be Reading Right Now, According to TikTok

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
Curious what BookTok users are reading? Here's a taste.

Do It Yourself Limited Edition Releases

Column by Jay Wilburn
More and more authors are asking, "Why can't I do this myself?" This includes offering special limited edition releases directly to readers.