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.

Out of the Pandemic, A Writing Renaissance

Column by Jay Wilburn
June 9, 2022 (6) comments
The Covid Pandemic created unique challenges and opportunities for authors at all stages of their writing journey. Many of them found a way to thrive.

The Thrilling Impact of Gone Girl Ten Years Later

Column by Jena Brown
June 7, 2022 (1) comments
7 Books that were crowned "The New Gone Girl." Do they live up to the comparison?

Five Poetry Collections to Read This Summer

June 6, 2022 (3) comments
Contemporary poetry recommendations from the first half of 2022.

It’s Thomas Hardy’s Birthday (Do We Care?)

Column by Leah Dearborn
June 3, 2022 (3) comments
Is “Jude the Obscure” really anyone’s favorite book? What does “The Mayor of Casterbridge” say to the 21st century reader?

Selling Books on Truth Social

Column by Peter Derk
June 2, 2022 (1) comments
Let's go dumpster diving on Trump's Truth Social, see if we can't sell a few books.

The Books of Horror Facebook Group: Readers Take Over

Column by Jay Wilburn
June 1, 2022 (24) comments
The Books of Horror Facebook group is reshaping the indie horror scene.

Song of My Postpartum Self: A Letter to Walt Whitman

An open letter to the poet from a new mother.

Things to Do in Denver StokerCon When You're Dead

Column by Christoph Paul
May 26, 2022 (2) comments
Damn, I've been touring for the past 5 weeks and and just finished up with StokerCon. Should you go next year? Read on and find out.

The New Splatterpunks

Column by Jay Wilburn
May 20, 2022 (2) comments
Splatterpunk and Extreme Horror are seeing a resurgence, with distinct new voices telling great stories.