Why Microsoft Word's New Grammar and Style Corrections Suck

Column by Peter Derk
Why is the new Microsoft Word trying to boss me around?

How to Reconcile the Writing Life and Faith

Column by Karis Rogerson
Thanks to interviews with Young Adult authors Lauren Miller and Mitali Perkins, I learned that it is possible to be both a writer and a Christian.

The Top 10 XXXmas Books

Column by Christoph Paul
A list full of guilty erotic pleasures that will get you on Santa's Naughty List.

Harry Potter and the Merry Christmases, Ranked from Worst to Best

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
Harry Potter’s lived through some pretty eventful Christmases. Here’s all seven of them, ranked from the very worst to the very best.

Why You Should Never Buy A Writer A Notebook

Column by Peter Derk
Is a notebook your go-to gift for writers? Maybe it's time to rethink it.

7 Books to Read After You've Watched Netflix's ‘Dark’

Loved 'Dark' season one and waiting for your next fix? Why not try reading?

Why Coming of Age Crime Stories Work So Well

Column by Justin Hunter
The movie adaptation of 'The November Criminals' reminds us that coming of age crime stories are the best kinds of stories.

Emma: The Feminist Hero I Never Knew She Was

Column by Karis Rogerson
In which one newly feminist reader examines just why Jane Austen's "Emma" is a work of feminist art.

Writer, Heal Thyself: Coping with 2017

Column by David Cranmer
December 14, 2017 (1) comments
David Cranmer looks back at the tribulations of 2017 as a freelance writer and indie publisher, and how he copes with the pressures of the day-to-day grind while maintaining sanity.