Alan Wake: A Look Back At Video Gaming's Best Writer Character

Column by Peter Derk
Ghosts I ain't afraid of, ghosts I AM afraid of, evaluating the handsomeness of Stephen King, ludonarrative dissonance, and everything else Alan Wake.

LURID: May Gray — In A Lonely Place

Column by Karina Wilson
Fog rolls through Los Angeles in Dorothy B. Hughes' 1947 noir classic, "In A Lonely Place." This cautionary tale perfectly captures the toxicity of the postwar era and still resonates in our own.

Celebrate Horror 2021 with Mother Horror

Column by Sadie Hartmann
May 26, 2021 (1) comments
The pandemic origin story of Celebrate Horror. I will explain what this event means to me, personally, and the purpose I hope it serves to the horror fiction community.

ADD Creators: Revisited

Column by Rob Blair Young
This article revisits the struggles of being an ADD writer, two deadly spirals one can fall into, and the lessons learned by one ADD creator over the last seven years.

Storyville: Writing for the Ideal Reader

Column by Richard Thomas
How do you write to your ideal reader? Here are some tips and suggestions.

Viable Alternative Platforms with Potential for Author Income

Column by Jay Wilburn
There are hundreds of places you can publish original work, but most of it is going on Amazon. Here are some alternatives for authors and readers to consider.

The Obsolescence of The Hero's Journey

Column by Gabriel Hart
Those who prescribe to a set system might be condemned to repeat mediocrity.

The Poetry of Wicked Mercy

Column by Dani Putney
Poet Dani Putney finds beauty in the macabre in their debut collection, "Salamat sa Intersectionality."

Telling the Story of a Pandemic and the Future of Now

Column by Leah Dearborn
How do you write about the ‘now’ in a time of ongoing global crisis?

10 Books For the Flight to Mars

Column by Leah Dearborn
Space exploration has been a popular topic in recent publishing, with a growing number of voices writing on the subject. Here are 10 books to keep you company for the (very) long flight.