Always Judge a Book by its Cover: Meet the Artists Dominating Small Press (Part 1)

Column by Max Booth III
February 20, 2015 (1) comments
Whoever told you not to judge a book by its cover must have been trying to sell you one ugly-ass book.

Jane Austen reviews ’Fifty Shades of Grey’ by E.L. James

Column by Cath Murphy
February 19, 2015 (3) comments
The bestselling book is now a record breaking movie. Jane Austen, inventor of the Romance novel, decides if 'Fifty Shades of Grey' gives young women good advice on dating and relationships.

Stop Laughing at Yourself: A Loud Legacy of Exclamations

Column by Leah Dearborn
February 19, 2015 (1) comments
Exclamation points are like that relative who drinks too much every Thanksgiving. You can handle Uncle Charlie when he’s at the house, but taking him to a black-tie gala might not be the best idea.

Sneaking Around in YA: 6 Kickass Female Spies

Column by Riki Cleveland
Whether they're fighting crime in the halls of the local high school, or fending off the the bad guys in Cold-war Russia, these girls know how to kick butt and take some names.

The Two Hours' Traffic of Our Stage: 9 Films You May Not Know are Shakespeare Adaptations

Column by Emily Rose Lathrop
Nine films you may or may not know are based off of Shakespeare plays.

32 Valentines: Showing Love For Books And Writers

Column by Peter Derk
February 16, 2015 (2) comments
What happens when you send out 32 Valentines to people who helped you out, inspired you, or made your life generally better as a reader and a writer?

The Third Hobbit Movie Made Me Sad and Hollywood's New Addiction For Splitting Adaptations Sucks

Column by Rob Hart
February 16, 2015 (1) comments
The third Hobbit movie pretty definitely proves: The new trend of splitting small books into multiple movies isn't doing the source material any favors. Will it end? (Probably not.)

Book vs. Film: Fifty Shades of Grey

Column by Karina Wilson
February 13, 2015 (2) comments
The inevitable adaptation of the publishing phenomenon hits theatres this week. Is it bad, bad-good, or good-good? How many beverages do you need to neck before viewing? Mistress Karina finds out.

Seven Grammar Tools to Love

Column by Taylor Houston
February 13, 2015 (15) comments
Grammar gets a bad rap, but some grammar rules are actually there to HELP you. Here are seven tools I have learned to love.

Some Literary Dos and Don'ts for a Lonely Valentine's Day

Column by John Jarzemsky
February 12, 2015 (1) comments
A list of titles to consider and avoid if you're alone on this Valentine's Day