On Revenge Fantasies, Male Toxicity and "Promising Young Woman"

Column by Ben Tanzer, March 4, 2021
A story about how men live and the world women are forced to negotiate because of their choices, presenting a conversation about the nature of sexual violence and just how commonplace it is.
Blood in the Gears: A Craft Interview with Gemma Amor

Blood in the Gears: A Craft Interview with Gemma Amor

Interview by Tyler Jones
March 3, 2021
An interview with horror author Gemma Amor about writing.
Auriane Desombre, Author of "I Think I Love You"

Auriane Desombre, Author of "I Think I Love You"

Interview by Karis Rogerson
March 2, 2021
Karis Rogerson spoke with her good friend and debut author Auriane Desombre about getting two grad degrees at once, and having a book delayed due to the pandemic.

Why Every Author Should Write Haiku

Column by Jay Wilburn
March 1, 2021
There are important things prose authors can learn by experimenting with haiku. It is an easy artform to take up, but difficult to master.
Angeline Boulley on her Thrilling YA Debut, "Firekeeper's Daughter"

Angeline Boulley on her Thrilling YA Debut, "Firekeeper's Daughter"

Interview by Karis Rogerson
February 26, 2021
YA author Angeline Boulley spoke with Karis Rogerson about her debut, "Firekeeper's Daughter."

The Importance of the Character Interview

Column by Cina Pelayo
February 25, 2021
The more that you know about your characters, the more confidently you can write about them.

Old Book Marketing Wisdom That Needs To Change

Column by Peter Derk
February 24, 2021
Let's question classic marketing advice like spacing out your releases and not being too pushy.
Alma Katsu: A Look Back on 2020

Alma Katsu: A Look Back on 2020

Interview by Sadie Hartmann
February 23, 2021
As part of an ongoing series where I interview authors about their 2020 experience, I caught up with historical horror fiction author, Alma Katsu.
Dark Fiction We So Desperately Deserve Right Now

Ring Shout by P. Djèlí Clark

Review by Andrew Fowlow
February 22, 2021
We are all incredibly fortunate to have such a skilled writer determined to deliver this important message. Dark fiction with historical context we so desperately deserve.
That Buzz: Marc Sheinbaum on his debut novel, "Memories Live Here" (and much, mu

That Buzz: Marc Sheinbaum on his debut novel, "Memories Live Here" (and much, much more)

Interview by Ben Tanzer
February 19, 2021
Second careers, the question of genre, and getting right to it.

The Best and Worst Things We Can Do With 'The Great Gatsby'

Column by Peter Derk
February 18, 2021
Now that 'The Great Gatsby' is in the public domain, we can do a lot with it. But some options are better than others.