Column by Richard Thomas
Some tips and advice about how to continue your writing education.
Column by Christopher Irvin
Manga For Beginners! A column dedicated to introducing readers to a range of fantastic Japanese comics.
Column by Christopher Shultz
Cool stuff from Amazon, not so cool stuff from Apple, and frakin awesome stuff from Scrivener.
Column by Repo Kempt
This is a basic guide for crime fiction writers including research tips and links. This months topic is 'dead bodies'.
Column by Annie Neugebauer
Within Wuthering Heights there’s evidence to interpret this plot: Cathy becomes a vampire, haunting Heathcliff for years before turning him into one so they can roam the moors together eternally.
Column by Max Booth III
Here's why your dumb story keeps getting rejected.
Column by Holly Kothe
Music is a great way to remember specific details. When you take a closer look at the lyrics in certian songs, you can easily remember tricky grammar devices and spend less time looking things up.
Column by Karina Wilson
LURID takes a look at the complex subculture surrounding the Missing and the Found, especially the online databases making armchair detecting easier than ever before. Is this a new form of narrative?
Column by Leah Dearborn
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Darth Trump and Princess Hillary: How Claudia Gray's 'Star Wars: Bloodline' Mirrors the 2016 Election Year
Column by Bart Bishop
A look at Claudia Gray's 'Star Wars: Bloodline', a novel that manages to be about the current election year without boring readers to tears.