Column by Kimberly Turner
Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is that your brain hates your guts. That's just science. Help get cognitive biases and mental tomfoolery under control with these handy tips.
Column by Sarah Pitre
The author of 'The Princess Diaries' is a queen in her own right.
Column by Rob Hart
Martin Amis moved to Brooklyn, leading The Economist to cream itself and declare Brooklyn the new frontier of literature. Besides being a few years behind the curve, does where you live even matter?
Column by Taylor Houston
Two more comma rules that every writer should learn.
Column by Chris Rosales
Harness The Dramatic Method For Character Action
Library Love: A Matter of Degree - Is Library and Information Science Really The Worst Master’s Degree?
Column by Stephanie Bonjack
Forbes created a stir when it released its 'Best and Worst Master's Degrees for Jobs' list for 2012 with Library Science taking the #1 spot. Your resident librarian weighs in.
Column by John Jarzemsky
Modern audiences are demanding more novelty from their stories, but how unique can writers get before form starts to suffer?
Column by Cath Murphy
Want to hold your own with the literati but find the idea of actually reading serious books about as appealing as a night of passion with Newt Gingrich? Fear not, the Blagger’s Guide is ready to help.
Column by Jon Korn
Science Fiction abounds with robots, androids, cyborgs, and mechs of every stripe. Jon Korn breaks down some of his favorites.