9 Ways to Fall Back in Love with Your Writing

Column by Annie Neugebauer, May 24, 2019
Whatever the reason, burnout happens. At some point, most of us have fallen out love with our work, our craft, our choice to be writers. That’s not a good place to be. How do we rekindle that passion?

Everything You Need To Know About Philip Pullman’s ‘His Dark Materials’ Before The BBC Miniseries

Column by Meredith Borders
May 24, 2019
Are you ready for this epic miniseries event? This'll help!

5 Reasons Amazon is a Necessary Evil

Column by Gabino Iglesias
May 23, 2019
I hate Amazon as much as you, but I also love it. Yeah, it's complicated. Here's why.

10 Things Every Horror Writer Should Read

Column by Repo Kempt
May 21, 2019
Given the limited amount of reading time in our lives, it's important not to waste time consuming material that won't help us progress and develop.

Reading and Watching S. Craig Zahler

Column by Peter Derk
May 20, 2019
'Wraiths of The Broken Land' is easily the best thing I read this year. And the grossest.

12 of the Weirdest Star Wars Novels in the Galaxy

Column by Peter Derk
May 17, 2019
Dead heroes, hard-boiled detectives, and space oboes. It's all here.

Everything You Need to Know About the 2019 Pulitzer Prize Winners For Fiction and Poetry

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
May 16, 2019
Learn the basics of the Pulitzer Prize, and take a look at the 2019 award-winners for Fiction and Poetry — which both have an environmental focus.
Interview with Michael Onofrey, Author of Sightseeing

Interview: Michael Onofrey, Author of "Sightseeing"

Interview by Christoph Paul
May 15, 2019
We speak with international author and man of mystery, Michael Onofrey.

10 Tips for a Superb Reading

Column by Gabino Iglesias
May 15, 2019
Reading your work in public matters. A lot. Here's how to do it right.

Storyville: Sympathy for the Devil

Column by Richard Thomas
May 14, 2019
In order for your bad guys to truly resonate, we need to care about them, and feel strong emotions. Even if that emotion is hate.

Book vs. Films: "The Birds"

Column by Christopher Shultz
May 13, 2019
In honor of Daphne du Maurier's birthday, let's take a look at one of her most famous short stories, the Hitchcock film that eclipsed it, and two other adaptations virtually no one knows about.