Storyville: What's the Best Money You've Spent on Your Writing Career?

Column by Richard Thomas, November 29, 2021
What is the best way to spend money on your writing career? Here are a few answers from actual writers.

Pass the Stuffing and the True Crime: 8 Titles to Get You Through the Holidays

Column by Leah Dearborn
November 25, 2021
It’s the holiday season again, so we're here to do the perennial good work of keeping readers from murdering their families by providing an ulterior outlet.

Revisiting a Work You’ve Already Published: Things to Keep in Mind

Column by Nick Kolakowski
November 24, 2021
Nick Kolakowski's revised trio of novellas, now titled "Love & Bullets", is out from Shotgun Honey this month. He has some advice...

Not Getting Into Pitch Wars Isn't the Universe's Message to Me

Column by Karis Rogerson
November 23, 2021
Karis Rogerson reflects on the devastation of not making it into Pitch Wars this year, and affirms that writing is her calling, whether or not she gets rejected.
 A conversation with debut author Robert Tomaino.

An Interesting and Unique History: A Conversation with Debut Author Robert Tomaino

Interview by Ben Tanzer
November 22, 2021
Debut author Robert Tomaino talks about writing a western, the Salem Witch Trials, and crafting alternative histories whose themes seem anything but historical.

Advice from a 19th Century Governess and How Writing About Writing Has Changed

Column by Leah Dearborn
November 19, 2021
Writers have always loved to give advice, even when it’s not solicited.

How to Come up with the Perfect Story Title

Column by Jay Wilburn
November 18, 2021
The title is the first thing any reader sees. The perfect title may or may not exist, but there are a few ways to tackle coming up with one.

Nonfiction Reads to Strengthen Your Relationship with the Witch

November 17, 2021
Nonfiction reading recommendations for witches, witchy writers, or writers writing about witches.

Unprintable: The LitReactor Podcast Episode 30 - Why Is Grammar So Contentious?

Podcast by Joshua Chaplinsky
November 16, 2021
Grammar is just one of those things we love to talk about and obsess over. Why?

Writing Advice For My Younger Self

Column by Peter Derk
November 15, 2021
I've made some writing mistakes. Some regarding diarrhea. Learn from my mistakes, don't repeat them, and don't force yourself to cringe at your old, crappy writing.

Comics vs. Television: "What If...?"

Column by BH Shepherd
November 12, 2021
How does Marvel's "What If...?" compare to its source material?