So You've Won NaNoWriMo — What Next?

Column by Karis Rogerson, December 2, 2022
After winning your first NaNo, you may be wondering what to do. Here's some advice.
"The Black Dog Eats The City" by Chris Kelso

"The Black Dog Eats The City" by Chris Kelso

Review by Thomas Kendall
December 1, 2022
A review of the hardcover rerelease from West Vine Press.
In Conversation: Stephanie Feldman and Rachel Harrison

In Conversation: Stephanie Feldman and Rachel Harrison

Interview by Stephanie Feldman
November 30, 2022
The two authors discuss their latest books and the monstrous feminine.

Book vs. Film: "Bones and All"

Column by Christopher Shultz
November 29, 2022
From vegan treatise to queer parable and beyond, one version of the same narrative offers a snack, while the other provides a feast.

6 Nonfiction Titles For Nonfiction November

Column by Lindy Ryan
November 28, 2022
Halloween may be over, but that’s no reason to say goodbye to your spooky bookshelf!

7 Super-Satisfying Murder Mysteries to Read in Anticipation of "Glass Onion"

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
November 25, 2022
Knives Out: Glass Onion is in theaters now. Available on Netflix in December.

Storyville: The Symbolism of the Four Seasons

Column by Richard Thomas
November 23, 2022
Some tips on how the seasons can service your story.

Loving Comic Books, But Not Comic Book Movies

Column by Peter Derk
November 22, 2022
Loving comic books, but not comic book movies, is complicated.

The Edible Complex: Food-based tips for research and editing

Column by Roy Christopher
November 21, 2022
Eating and writing sometimes feel inextricably linked. Here are three food-based tips for research and editing.

The Mad, Bad Royal: 10 Books About Loathsome Monarchs

Column by Leah Dearborn
November 18, 2022
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.

A Poetry Roundup Both Raw and Alive

Column by Ben Tanzer
November 17, 2022
Chicago, the 90s, dates, and demons wreak havoc on the emotions.