Ask The Lit Coach: "Is It Possible To Get An Agent Or Book Publishing Deal Based Only On A Few Short Stories?" and More
Column by Erin Reel
Pitching a book series and the strength of an author's portfolio are the subjects of this week's Ask The Lit Coach.
Column by Paul Graham Raven
A hyperbolic exercise in Devil's advocacy for electronic publication.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
Yes they are all esteemed authors. Yes they've published some important works. And yes, they're all jerks. Join us in celebrating the Top 10 literary jerks of all time.
Column by Tina Estlin Page
There’s something moving under, under the ice.
Column by Jon Gingerich
Stories start from a default position of cliché: readers go into stories with expectations, and if too many are fulfilled the spell is broken. So, how do writers engage when the odds are against them?
Column by Jason Van Horn
Which of the 52 new DC titles are worth your time, money, and emotional investment?
Column by John Jarzemsky
An examination of the cultural backlash against eReaders and how books are changing (and remaining the same) in the post-bookstore world of digital content delivery.
Column by Stephen Graham Jones
This Is Not Oklahoma: OK vs. Okay. In the Age of the Laze Abbreviation, can we all just agree that it looks stupid?
Column by Meredith Borders
Hollywood spits out incessant remakes, sequels, prequels and reboots, and yet they can't get it together to produce adaptations of some of the greatest sci-fi novels of all time?
Column by Brandon Tietz
In an industry that is steadily shifting towards online marketing, there is still no substitute for the face-to-face interaction that is live networking. Here’s a few methods you might be neglecting.