If you're looking for big thrills, you have to go small.
Column by Joshua Isard
We all know the cliche, "show don't tell," but it's still a common issue with young writers. That's where trust comes in.
If the purpose of horror is to scare us, then you might be missing out on a rite of passage if you don't get a taste before you're ready.
Column by Jay Wilburn
Authors Jay Lake and Brandon Black (James Louis Butler III) both made their impacts on the subgenre of steampunk before their passing. Jay Wilburn discusses their work as a reader and fan.
Part 2 of our MASSIVE list of Palahniuk read-a-likes that should hold you over until Chuck's next release.
Column by Richard Thomas
Tips on how to engage in a successful collaborative fiction project with other writers.
Column by David Cranmer
Western movies, long past their mid-twentieth century popularity, are still being made, and in many ways are better written than their predecessors, avoiding offensive tropes & predictable narrative.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
It's the best time of the year. With a bizarre Hallloween around the corner and everyone wearing masks, it's time to recommended some costumes for writers.
A MASSIVE list of Palahniuk read-a-likes that should hold you over until Chuck's next release.