Column by John Jarzemsky
A look at what's hot off the presses for the month of May.
Column by Hanna Brooks Olsen
Amazon may be on everyone's naughty list this year, but they're still the easiest game in town when it comes to self-publishing and selling your book. You just have to work the kinks out, first.
Column by Erin Reel
Does the perfect query letter exist? Are positive reactions to pitches worth something? It's all about query letters this week on Ask The Lit Coach!
Column by Jon Korn
Armageddon time! Just in time for 2012, Jon Korn chooses his favorite apocalypses from science fiction.
Column by Jon Gingerich
Plots shouldn't unfold with cause-and-effect insomuch as careful repetitions of symbolism and theme. Here's one way you can do this without forcing the story to wear symbolism on it sleeve.
Column by Karina Wilson
Aleister Crowley shaped the twentieth century in all kinds of strange ways. Lurid takes a look at the legend behind the man, and how the facts of his wild life manifested in all kinds of fiction.
Column by Jack Joslin
A look at the bizarre and daunting works of the mysterious Thomas Pynchon.
Column by Cath Murphy
Like most readers, I want authors to 'fit' the fiction they create, and when they fail to live up to my myths about them, I get fractious.
Column by Meredith Borders
It's a very specific genre, and one that Meredith just happens to love. She's read most of them, so what are her favorites?
Column by Taylor Houston
Books are the best! So let's celebrate them today--a day marked by literary history!