9 Dates From Literary Hell

Column by Jena Brown
Swipe left on these villains, unlikeable protagonists, and side characters whose toxic traits take up the entire page.

Eat Your Heart Out: A 5-Course Meal of Horror-Romance-ish Reads For Valentine's Day

Column by Lindy Ryan
A curated five-course dining experience with some of the most heart-pumping horror out there.

Fostering Inclusivity: Sensitivity Readings and Content Warnings

Column by Lor Gislason
Lor discusses two tools to create a more inclusive experience: sensitivity readings and content warnings.

Horrormance Titles for A Macabre Valentine's Day

Column by Sara Tantlinger
Six works of horror-romance for a bloody good Valentine's celebration.

Get The Most Out Of A Small Book Promo Budget

Column by Peter Derk
If you've got a few bucks and a book to promote, you need to check your options and get the most for your money. Here are some recommendations from someone who's been there.

Book vs. Film: "The Cabin at the End of the World" Vs. "Knock at the Cabin"

Column by Christopher Shultz
What happens when a novel of unabashed and beautiful ambiguity gets in the hands of a decidedly unsubtle — at times even blunt — filmmaker?

6 Books with Warped Timelines to Celebrate Groundhog Day, Bill-Murray-style

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
It's Groundhog Day, the perfect excuse for you to read about time travel and warped timelines.

Smash or Pass: Monster Porn Edition

Column by Peter Derk
Slimes, werewolf gynecologists, Boobensteins? Yeah, I'd hit it.

On "The Fabelmans" and "Armageddon Time" or Should You Prefer, the Birth of the Artist

Column by Ben Tanzer
At the center of these stories are young artists and the people who believe in them.

Grad School Residency Part III: I Learn That I Matter

Column by Karis Rogerson
After a third grad school residency, Karis Rogerson reflects on how the 10-day intensive reminded her of her value.