Storyville: 10 Tips on How to Be a Good Critique Partner

Column by Richard Thomas
Advice on how to be a good critique partner, no matter what the situation.

It's Time To Change the Virtual Event Game

Column by Peter Derk
Virtual events are dreadful. Most of us would rather have NO event. So let's change it up.

Meandering, Wrecked, and Random: My First True Understanding of Narrative Structure

Davidson finds her debut novel, "Sybelia Drive", over the course of 20 years of wandering.

Creating a Reading System Helped Me Find Joy in Reading Again

Column by Karis Rogerson
November 18, 2020 (4) comments
One writer discusses how having a routine for reading makes the practice more joyful and enjoyable.

Appetite for Destruction: 7 Food Horror Books

Column by Sadie Hartmann
November 17, 2020 (2) comments
If you are a foodie who also happens to enjoy horror, these recommendations are for you. Bring your appetite!

The BS Parts of the Submission Process

Column by Peter Derk
The submissions process is a hell that even Kafka couldn't have imagined.

Stab Wounds: Meditation on the Line

The line is where we control the voice and tone of the piece, where we can punctuate imagery, give pause to a blood drop, pray for a ghost.

Co-writing a Novel: Keys to a Successful Collaboration

Writing can be lonely work but it doesn't have to be. Here are some key takeaways and lessons learned from a successful collaboration.

7 Books for Fans of Subtle Horror

Column by Sadie Hartmann
November 9, 2020 (1) comments
Seven subtle horror books to satisfy readers who enjoy a quiet, creeping dread—perfect for the coming winter months.

Poets Who Bled on the Page

Column by David Cranmer
Poets have surged in popularity during these uncertain times, as they have an awareness that slices to the heart of the problems we all face.