Column by Karina Wilson
It's Scare Season! That means horror stories are crawling out of books and movies, and into mazes, haunted houses and hayrides near you. Lurid takes a look at the ultimate transmedia experience.
Column by Kelly Thompson
What are the 10 things The Walking Dead needs to do this season to keep me watching? Let's find out!
Column by Keith Rawson
"Men's pulp fiction" is making a big bloody,six guns blazing, nuclear fallout of a comeback in the age of eReaders and you should come along for the ride!
Column by Jon Gingerich
One the most widely misunderstood — yet crucial — skills a writer must learn is the ability to put specific actions on the page that transcend into larger, universal concepts.
Column by Rajan Khanna
A primer on the work of Gene Wolfe, one of the masters of speculative fiction.
Column by Stephanie Bonjack
The end of a great novel is no cause for despair! Get your next fix using these helpful tips.
Column by Stephen Graham Jones
Donate now to help save the direct-address comma! Get it off the endangered species list! All it takes is one well-placed keystroke, people. All it takes is a little integrity.
Column by Kimberly Turner
New rule: You can't call the research for your book "grueling" unless it involves a gun to your head, beatings from Hells Angels members, feigning madness, or eating someone in the jungles of Peru.
Column by Rob Hart
Both CBS and BBC now have modern-day takes on Sherlock Holmes. Comparisons were inevitable. Let's discuss.