Column by Elle Nash
We've all heard the phrase "Writing is therapeutic, but it is not therapy." How much should we care?
Column by Alex Segura
Alex Segura explains how Webslinger Peter Parker begat hard-luck hero Pete Fernandez.
Column by Annie Neugebauer
Last column I highlighted 9 times the movie was better than the book. Now it's time to balance things out.
Column by Andrea J. Johnson
We’ve identified five books that walk the line between craft and commercialism to offer writers the truth behind how their art becomes an entity when the marketing process begins.
Column by Christopher Shultz
The term "folk horror" might have originally only referred to films, but there is a lush history of novels and short stories that definitely belong to the subgenre.
Column by Peter Derk
We've all done it. Let's actually talk about it.
Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
Writing women sounds easy... until you have to make them realistic. How does an author craft female characters that real women can relate to?
Column by Gabino Iglesias
Writers are an insecure bunch. Here's some advice on how to solve that.
Column by Max Booth III
Formulating a three-act structure by recycling traumatic memories.
Column by Richard Thomas
Some thoughts on how and why we live through our stories and protagonists.