Why I Put a Book On A Gameboy Cartridge

Column by Peter Derk
July 28, 2022 (1) comments
I'll give you the "how" as well, but let's start with why anyone would do such a thing.

Why Writers Should Read Across the Genres

Column by Sara Tantlinger
July 27, 2022 (3) comments
Reading outside of one's favorite genre is vastly beneficial to a writer. Each genre brings unique elements that can help you strengthen your craft.

The Birthing of "Dream Pop Origami"

Column by Jackson Bliss
July 26, 2022 (2) comments
Jackson Bliss avoids the typical memoir narrative by giving control to the reader.

"The Autodidacts": Thomas Kendall On Writing Without An Outline

Column by Thomas Kendall
July 25, 2022 (2) comments
Fortunately, your source is infinitely replenishable: On writing without an outline, out of an image you don’t understand, towards a beauty you’re not sure exists.

Storyville: Writing Psychological Horror

Column by Richard Thomas
How to create an emotional bond and stimulate the brain of your readers with psychological horror.

My Plan To Shape Up A 700-Page Manuscript In Less Than a Year

Column by Peter Derk
July 20, 2022 (2) comments
If you've got a huge manuscript weighing you down, let's break it down, edit it, and get it finished.

The Footprint of Eraserhead Press

Column by Jay Wilburn
Eraserhead and its imprints have had a massive impact on the evolution of bizarro, splatterpunk, extreme horror and other boundary-pushing genres.

7 Great Nonfiction Books Written by Women

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
July 15, 2022 (2) comments
7 great works of nonfiction by women, for anyone in search of their great next read.

How This Pantser Became a Plotter — For Now

Column by Karis Rogerson
July 13, 2022 (1) comments
An avowed pantser turns herself into a plotter and falls in love with the journey.

Here’s to Alcohol: A Ranking of Literary Cocktails

Column by Leah Dearborn
July 8, 2022 (6) comments
Searching for a muse? Summer weather is the perfect excuse to test out a few literary cocktail recipes. Maybe they'll help you write, or maybe (probably) the alcohol and sun will put you to sleep.