Where Is The Guy Fieri Of Books?

Column by Peter Derk
July 7, 2022 (1) comments
Because we need a hero to come along and dump a garbage can of books onto this literary scene.

Unrealistic Word Count Goals Are Like Yo-Yo Diets

Column by K.B. Jensen
Just like extreme dieting, word count goals can be unhealthy.

On Hermann Hesse and "The Glass Bead Game"

Column by Joshua Isard
July 1, 2022 (5) comments
An examination of Hesse's magnum opus, and how it can help artists approach modern issues.

LURID: True Hollywood Stories

Column by Karina Wilson
June 29, 2022 (1) comments
Torrid behind-the-scenes Hollywood stories haven't changed in a century, as a comparison of Edgar Rice Burroughs' 'The Girl from Hollywood' (1922) and Winnie M. Li's 'Complicit' (2022) demonstrates.

12 YA Novels I Can't Wait For: July-Dec 2022

Column by Karis Rogerson
June 24, 2022 (70) comments
Two awesome books per month for every month left in 2022.

The Bookish Hugeness Of Fall 2022

Column by Peter Derk
June 23, 2022 (1) comments
Summer is garbage for books and for life, but fall will come and save us all.

Things I Never Want To Read In An Opening Sentence So Please Stop

Column by Peter Derk
June 16, 2022 (2) comments
You can have a killer cover, a great blurb, and an overall excellent book, but a bad opening line trainwrecks all of it.

The Vital Role of Libraries in Wartime

Column by Leah Dearborn
As visible, public cultural institutions, libraries have long played a role in the protection of civilians and shared heritage, as well as information dissemination during wartime.

Storyville: The Intersection Between Plotting and Pantsing

Column by Richard Thomas
Finding the intersection between plotting and pantsing.

From My Book Club: 12 Months of Books

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
June 10, 2022 (3) comments
Are you ever curious to know what other people’s private book clubs are reading? Here's what mine has read over the past year.