22 Unorthodox Methods For Tidying Your Book Collection

Column by Peter Derk
Let's get brutal, silly, and illogical about our book collections.

Tackling the Dreaded Rewrite

Column by Repo Kempt
Here's five hard questions you need to ask yourself before tackling the dreaded rewrite.

Why I (& Many Editors) Reject A Book Based on the First Paragraph

Column by Christoph Paul
The first line matters more than you think.

Comics vs. Television: The Umbrella Academy

Column by BH Shepherd
A comparison of The Umbrella Academy TV show with its comic book origin.

Captain Marvel: Primer Plus Predictions

Column by Peter Derk
Headed to the theater to see "Captain Marvel"? Read this first!

Dirty Little Secrets, Part Three: Why the Agent Requested—and Then Rejected—the Full

Column by Susan DeFreitas
Good news: The agent requested the full! Bad news: The agent said, “Thanks but no thanks.”

The Five Habits of Highly Effective Horror Fiction Podcasts

Column by Luke Kondor
Want to start a fiction podcast? Here's what worked for the successful The Other Stories Podcast.

Crick in Your Neck? Tips and Stretches to Combat the Writing Life

Column by Annie Neugebauer
At the computer all day errday? You're probably feeling the effects in your neck, shoulders, wrists, butt, and eyes. Here are some simple tips to help ease (and prevent) the ache.

How I Fell for Dan Mallory's Lies, and Why I Took it Personally

Column by Leah Rhyne
March 4, 2019 (1) comments
The sinking feeling in my stomach as I read about Dan Mallory in the New Yorker can only be explained one way: I'd fallen for his lines, hook, line and sinker.

'The Punisher' Season Two: Worse Than the First

Column by BH Shepherd
An examination of the continuing decline of Netflix's "The Punisher."