Do It Yourself Limited Edition Releases

Column by Jay Wilburn, October 6, 2022
More and more authors are asking, "Why can't I do this myself?" This includes offering special limited edition releases directly to readers.

Time's Chainsaw: Why You Should Set Your Horror In A Specific Time Period

Column by Peter Derk
October 5, 2022
Bring your horror story back from the dead by setting it in a specific temporal space.
Stephen Graham Jones on Creating His Killer New Comic: "Earthdivers"

Stephen Graham Jones on Creating His Killer New Comic: "Earthdivers"

Interview by Jena Brown
October 4, 2022
The prolific author talks creativity and takes us back in time with his new comic series.

Book vs. Film: My Best Friend's Exorcism

Column by Christopher Shultz
October 3, 2022
Both versions of this narrative are effectively "Stranger Things" with a darker sense of humor, but only one offers audiences a lot more dramatic heft.

10 Translated Books to Read for International Translation Day

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
September 29, 2022
This Sept. 30th, celebrate by reading a translated book, and experience a feeling of abundance, the joy of choice, of plenty, of access.
Writing Goopy Horror in a Neurotypical World

Lor Gislason: Writing Goopy Horror in a Neurotypical World

Interview by Andrew Fowlow
September 28, 2022
As writers, we are often reminded by the self-help motivational gurus to "just write," but what happens if your sensory tank is filled to the brim and you go into full-blown burnout?

A Fiction Roundup Both Painful and Poignant

Column by Ben Tanzer
September 27, 2022
Ben Tanzer discusses recent reads from Coco Picard, Tommy Dean, Rebecca Van Laer and Ravi Mangla that had a powerful effect on him.

8 Killer True Crime Books for Fans of 'In Cold Blood'

Column by Jena Brown
September 26, 2022
To celebrate Capote's birthday, here are 8 true crime books that read with the same intimacy and heartbreaking detail as "In Cold Blood."

Dispatch From The Querying Trenches (Part III): Getting Ready

Column by Karis Rogerson
September 22, 2022
Karis Rogerson returns with another look at querying, this time from the standpoint of whipping her seventh book into query-able shape!

Unlocking The Tomb: An Interview With Tamsyn Muir

Interview by Jena Brown
September 21, 2022
Swords, Jurassic Park, hamburger t-shirts, ignored writing advice, and The Locked Tomb: an interview with Tamsyn Muir

The Melting Point of Platinum: On Joyce Carol Oates' 'Blonde'

Column by Gabriel Hart
September 20, 2022
Gabriel Hart muses on 'Blonde,' the novel by Joyce Carol Oates for the release of its film adaptation by Andrew Dominik this month.