Ask The Lit Coach: 'Is It Possible To Find A U.S. Publisher For Your Spanish Language Novel?' and More
Column by Erin Reel
In this issue of Ask The Lit Coach - Is it possible to find a U.S. publisher for your Spanish language novel? How can an author attract and agent and promote their book while remaining anonymous?
Column by Stephen Graham Jones
If 'Cabin in the Woods' is a love letter to the horror genre, then this is a love letter to 'Cabin in the Woods.'
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
Book trailers are the new movie trailers. Almost. Here are some of the best of the best and the best of the worst.
Column by Jon Korn
There are good songs, there are great songs, and then there are songs that reference Kurt Vonnegut. Jon Korn explores science fiction influenced music.
Column by Kelly Thompson
Part 2 in a series chronicling my experiences with my novel, including finding an agent and submitting to publishers. Part 2 details revision hell, finding a writing group, and a renewed agent search.
Column by Jon Gingerich
Just because it's popular for writers to create stories with non-linear narratives, it doesn't mean it's always a good idea. More often than not, in fact, it's a recipe for disaster.
Column by Keith Rawson
Keith Rawson talks up his recent author appearances with Johnny Shaw, Joe Lansdale, Owen Laukkanen, and James Sallis.
Column by BH Shepherd
Sometimes you read a book and it changes the way you read everything else. Your literary history is cleft in two: what you read before, and what you read after.
Column by Cath Murphy
Great books don't always make great films. Here are five key examples of good books that attempted the jump to the big screen and fell flat on their faces.
Column by Rajan Khanna
A look at how George R. R. Martin's 'A Song of Ice and Fire' is redefining epic fantasy and how he subverts our expectations in the genre.