When Books and Music Meet: 18 Literary Creations That Rock

Column by Annie Neugebauer
August 25, 2017 (4) comments
Music & books: every once in a while, an artist comes along who manages to build a bridge between the two, and when that happens the results can be pretty awesome.

I'm Tired of Genre Fiction. Gimme the Weird Stuff.

Column by J. David Osborne
August 24, 2017 (1) comments
A guy who loves genre fiction tries to understand his sudden obsession with avant-garde writing.

8 Tips to Help You Kick Ass in Online Fights

Column by Gabino Iglesias
August 23, 2017 (4) comments
From flat-earthers and 9-11 truthers to Nazi apologists and people who think not liking what they like makes you Satan, the web is full of folks ready to pick a fight. Here's how to win that fight.

Three Things Nobody Told Me About Having a Children’s Book Published

Column by Patrick Wensink
August 23, 2017 (1) comments
Patrick Wensink finally wrote a book you can read with your kids. Barely.

This Can't Be: Realism and Genre vs. Reality

Column by Brian Allen Carr
How current trends in realism and genre have failed to prepare us for our disheartening reality.

Storyville: Eight New, Mashed Up Sub-Genres

Column by Richard Thomas
Some new hybrid narratives to breathe life into your writing.

Woodshedding for Writers

Column by Peter Derk
August 21, 2017 (1) comments
What is woodshedding and how does it work?

Ways Writers (and Readers) Can Cash in on Back to School

Column by Annie Neugebauer
How can writers (and readers) cash in on the Back to School rush even if they're not students? Sales, deals, and more!

The Insane True Story of How Doctor Wesley Snipes Wrote His First Novel

Column by Max Booth III
August 18, 2017 (2) comments
It's an urban fantasy supernatural spiritual thriller.

How a Close Reading of 'Catch-22' Recreates the College Classroom

Column by Bart Bishop
A look how at the Twayne's Masterwork Studies Book Series, specifically an entry on "Catch-22", simulates the college classroom experience.