Column by Brandon Tietz
Two readings: one book store, one bar. Which was better? Well, it depends on if you prefer alcohol or silence more.
Column by Sarah Pitre
Will dystopia continue to hog the throne of young adult literature, or will it pass the crown to a new trend?
Column by Jon Korn
While arguments about Prometheus rage across the internet, Jon Korn looks at some of the science fiction classics that inspired it.
Column by Jon Gingerich
A unique, compelling character must always possess the ability to confront — and ultimately confuse — readers’ expectations at every turn.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
A comparison of both versions of Chuck Palahniuk's fan favorite about the girl with the shot-off face.
Column by Rob Hart
It's a tough question many writers struggle with: Is it worth it to get an MFA? On one hand, you get intense instruction. On the other, you pay A LOT of money. Can we talk about this?
Column by Rajan Khanna
A look at five amazing female fantasy writers.
Column by Kelly Thompson
The 1st in a series about writing for comics & graphic novels. Part I details deciding if comics is right for you, an explanation of the formats available to you, and some helpful book recommendations
Column by Erin Reel
We know authors are supposed to have a platform, but what about a brand? The Lit Coach shares why every fiction author needs both to get noticed in today's crowded lit landscape.
Column by Hanna Brooks Olsen
The 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' trilogy has basically become a punchline in publishing, but even hardened writers can stand to learn a thing or two from this weird, kinky, literary train-wreck.