The 10 Worst Things About Shakespeare

Column by Peter Derk
April 23, 2019 (3) comments
Between his time travel shenanigans and lack of appeal, it's hard to say why we all love this dude.

Writing Horror Using All Five Senses

Column by Repo Kempt
How to effectively use sensory details to connect with readers and maximize the fear in your writing.

The Folkloric And Literary Roots Of La Llorona

Column by Christopher Shultz
The fabled bogey-woman stars in a new Conjuring Universe film, but perhaps we shouldn't fear her at all.

The Feminist Fairy Tale of Captain Marvel

Column by BH Shepherd
"Captain Marvel" is not just a woman superhero movie, but a superhero movie about being a woman.

Library Love: April Showers Bring...Wet Books?!?

Column by Stephanie Bonjack
April 17, 2019 (1) comments
That wonderful spring rain somehow made it through your roof and onto your book collection. Don't freak out - take action! Here are some pointers on how to save your babies.

30 of Webster's Worst Words

Column by Peter Derk
Neologisms regarding the embiggenment of bougie wanderworts and artisanal hophead concerns.

10 Writers Killing It On Twitter in 2019

Column by Gabino Iglesias
Twitter is a crucial part of a writer's platform. Here are some folks doing it right.

Required Reading: Hellboy And The Mignolaverse

Column by Peter Derk
April 11, 2019 (2) comments
It starts with Hellboy, but it ends with a ghost man in a bubble suit, a plague of frogs, and a Screw-On Head.

How To Make The Most of D.E.A.R. This April

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
To celebrate Beverly Cleary's birthday, “Drop Everything and Read” (or D.E.A.R.) is celebrated annually April 12th. To help you make the most of this day, here is a list of books all ages can enjoy.

The Shaky Return And Possible Season 2 Missteps Of "American Gods"

Column by Christopher Shultz
After a troubled production behind the scenes, "American Gods" finally made its way back onto the airwaves. But was it worth the wait?