Column by Paul Graham Raven
Why is the Kindle Fire like an electric toothbrush?
Column by Jon Gingerich
Maintaining action is paramount in fiction, but sooner or later we’ll need to deliver expository details for our stories to make sense. So, how do writers engage while providing character depth?
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
A detailed look at the literary leanings of cult filmmaker, David Cronenberg.
Column by John Jarzemsky
A brief look at the demise of Borders, and the lessons that other brick and mortar retailers need to learn.
Column by Rob Hart
To successfully market your writing, you need to take advantage of the social networks geared toward books, like Goodread, weRead, Shelfari, and LibraryThing
Column by Hanna Brooks Olsen
Amazon Kindle has changed the way consumers get their hands on books. Now the little eBook that could is showing that it can do more, by quietly creeping into libraries. Could this be a good thing?
Ask The Lit Coach: "Should A New-To-Publishing Writer Seek The Safer Submission Route, Or Routes That Pay More?" and More
Column by Erin Reel
In issue 4 of 'Ask The Lit Coach,' Erin saves one fresh MFA student from branding herself too soon and gives another writer direction on how to approach the publishing world with an anthology.
Column by Meredith Borders
'Battle Royale' and 'The Hunger Games' are two novels about kids killing kids in a government-sponsored bloodbath. What novel will win the coveted honor of literary victor?
Column by Karina Wilson
This month's LURID column: Has Twilight sucked all the fun out of vampire sex?
Column by Phil Jourdan
November's Neglected Books column features two very different novels: a classic work of American naturalism, and a pornographic masterpiece of experimentation.