Column by Cath Murphy
Contrast three writers on the same subject and what you end up with is not just interesting—what you end up with is inspiration.
Column by Erik Wecks
Self publishing offers an author a means to write their story just the way they want without having to fit within the conventions of the traditional machine.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
Consider this a warning: Properly educate your children about sex OR THEY WILL TURN OUT LIKE ME!
Column by Meredith Borders
The author of the book hated the film. So how do we feel about it?
Column by Karina Wilson
Pointy hats? Wands? Green skin? Crones? Why is Hollywood still clinging to crude medieval stereotypes of witches? Lurid takes a look at a more intelligent class of witch lit.
Column by Craig Clevenger
Jim Thompson was a seminal writer of American noir fiction who's finally gaining recognition he's long deserved.
Column by Rob Blair Young
How can we keep ourselves writing each day? How can we make sure that the time we've set aside to write remains sacred? Here are a few strategies I've developed over the years.
Column by Phil Jourdan
Do you come across as a crazy person when you talk about writing? Here's a short guide to the personality types you don't want to exemplify when you step out of your writing space.
Column by Bree Ogden
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week in Ask the Agent I’ll explore and dissect a few of the industry’s mysteries, straight from the shoulder
Column by Taylor Houston
We hit it out of the park last October by giving you ten words you were probably using wrong. Well, here are ten more.