Column by Erin Reel
The publishing industry is at war and writers can either choose to get caught in No Man's Land or secure their spot on the battlefield.
Column by Rajan Khanna
Christmas has been the inspiration for many fantasy short stories. Here are 24, one for each day leading up to Christmas.
Column by Phil Jourdan
How self-sufficient should a writer be in the publishing world, and how can writers develop that independence? Before getting a publisher drunk and asking him to spill his secrets, read this.
Column by Richard Thomas
This is a personal list of my favorite short stories, ten to be exact.
Column by Meredith Borders
Stephen Rebello's intricate look at the making of 'Psycho' is turned into a scandalous romp in this month's 'Hitchcock.'
Column by Karina Wilson
What makes a reader hate a screenplay on sight? Here are 10 pet peeves - and fixes.
Column by Taylor Houston
You've got 29 days and 250 words to knock our socks off. Ready...set...GO!
Column by Jon Korn
A new episode of Guess The Plot asks the eternal question: what in the heck of Hell is going on here?
Column by Erik Wecks
A successful marketing campaign used to mean a prized place in the front window of a bookstore. Now authors have to find new ways to get their books in front of prospective readers on the internet.