Column by Karina Wilson
Haunted house stories have always been a mainstay of horror fiction. Lurid surveys some of the prime real estate in this durable subgenre.
Column by Cath Murphy
Buckle your halbard and sharpen your axe! Game of Thrones is back on the small screen at the weekend. What some would call the definitive guide to books one through five awaits, sers and ladies.
Column by John Jarzemsky
Advocates of censorship often invoke the name of children to support their cause, but repression of literature borders on abusive.
Column by Taylor Houston
Commas, parentheses, and dashes are just a few ways to interrupt a perfectly good sentence.
Column by Erin Reel
Writers have had an earful of advice about how to lure an agent. But what about advice for literary agents? Former agent Erin Reel shares six ways agents can present their best selves to writers.
Column by Meredith Borders
Murder By The Book in Houston, Texas is one of the country's oldest mystery bookstores. In this segment of Indie Bookstore Spotlight, we tell you why.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
An introduction to the oeuvre of one of Canada's favorite literary sons- the preeminent cultural satirist, Douglas Coupland.
Column by Joe Daly
A classic rock biography is fueled by more than just wild tales of epic hedonism. It takes exhaustive research, keen insight and rich, engaging prose. Of course, sex, drugs and rock and roll help too.
Column by Jon Gingerich
Why the best descriptions are the ones that are easily understood, yet leave a lasting impression on readers’ minds.
Column by Jack Joslin
An autopsy of William Faulkner's novel, 'The Sound and the Fury'. What makes this novel so great?