Column by Karis Rogerson
Even if it's hard and exhausting to put in the extra hours writing on top of working full-time, it's the only way to feel truly "me."
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
To celebrate the publication of The Fellowship of the Ring on July 29, 1954, we’re looking at how Tolkien used an enduring story structure to create an enduring trilogy.
Column by Repo Kempt
A history of occult detectives in fiction.
Review by Christoph Paul
Sayaka Murata's novel is a meditation on things sorely missing from American literature.
Column by Nick Kolakowski
Is there an ethical line when it comes to incorporating real-life details into fiction? And if so, where does that line exist?
Column by Meredith Borders
"The Meg" is in theaters today. Bone up on the research!
Column by Max Booth III
A look at Spike Lee's new film and its source material.
Column by Peter Derk
Drama of the highest order! Anger! Outrage! Defensiveness! Spider-Men!
Column by Stephanie Bonjack
The world of cycling and bicycles is a fascinating one. Turn yourself from a novice to an expert with these hand-chosen titles.