Review by Thomas Kendall
A review of the hardcover rerelease from West Vine Press.
Interview by Stephanie Feldman
The two authors discuss their latest books and the monstrous feminine.
Column by Christopher Shultz
From vegan treatise to queer parable and beyond, one version of the same narrative offers a snack, while the other provides a feast.
Column by Lindy Ryan
Halloween may be over, but that’s no reason to say goodbye to your spooky bookshelf!
Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
Knives Out: Glass Onion is in theaters now. Available on Netflix in December.
Column by Richard Thomas
Some tips on how the seasons can service your story.
Column by Peter Derk
Loving comic books, but not comic book movies, is complicated.
Column by Roy Christopher
Eating and writing sometimes feel inextricably linked. Here are three food-based tips for research and editing.
Column by Leah Dearborn
Is it possible for a monarch to be a hero, given the lack of equality between them and the rest of the world? Some of literature’s famous villains of the ruling class didn’t bother to find out.