Column by Susan DeFreitas
The Trump era has been marked by abortion restrictions, gag rules, #timesup, and pussy hats--and now, a historic number of women running for office. These recently pubbed books are 100% zeitgeist.
Column by James A. McLaughlin
The story of a fifty-four year old’s debut novel. Twenty-plus years of writing, revising, letting it sit, then rewriting and re-revising some more.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
To celebrate Octavia Butler’s would-be 71st birthday, we’re featuring six female sci-fi writers who have helped shape the boundary-shattering genre.
Column by Peter Derk
With "Ocean's 8" in theaters this weekend, let's take a look at what makes a good heist story work.
Review by Max Booth III
Tough guy lit at its finest.
Column by Annie Neugebauer
On the concept of writers needing to develop a "thicker skin," and why it's a damaging myth.
Interview by Steph Post
An interview with "The Fairfax Incident" author Terrence McCauley.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
I love to read many books at the same time. Here are some things I learned during an especially heavy reading period.
News by Rob Hart
Fangoria is back, getting into the novel business--and they've picked up 'My Pet Serial Killer' by literary man-about-town Michael J. Seidlinger, for release in September!
Interview by Christoph Paul
We talk publishing with Justin Kassab, the Managing Editor of Oddities by Kaylie Jones Books.