Column by Fred Venturini
Ask an author how long it took them to write a book, and the answer is always different. Here are three times a novel is finished, and how they each relate to author mindset.
Column by Christoph Paul
Learn how to write a non-fiction book proposal from my (failed) example.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
Writing about crime makes you a criminal the same way talking about dieting helps you lose weight, and one of those things deserves more respect than the other.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
It’s been 93 years since "The Great Gatsby" was published, and it still captivates readers. Why has this story about a Long Island summer stood the test of time so well?
Column by Bart Bishop
From Luke Cage to Superman: As Brian Michael Bendis leaves Marvel for DC, we take a look back at his definitive run on "New Avengers".
Column by Max Booth III
How podcasting helped this writer's anxiety issues.
Column by Peter Derk
After 22 flights in 3 months, I've honed a few methods to keep you writing in transit.
Column by Michael Nye
The contemporary sports novel really isn’t——and shouldn’t——be about sports.
Column by Joshua Isard
Make Freytag's Pyramid work for you, not the other way around.