12 YA Novels I Can't Wait For: July-Dec 2022

Column by Karis Rogerson, June 24, 2022 1
Two awesome books per month for every month left in 2022.

The Bookish Hugeness Of Fall 2022

Column by Peter Derk
June 23, 2022
Summer is garbage for books and for life, but fall will come and save us all.
"Be Brief and Tell Them Everything": A Rumination and Kind of Review

"Be Brief and Tell Them Everything": A Rumination and Kind of Review

Review by Ben Tanzer
June 21, 2022
Brad Listi's latest. Is it a novel? A memoir? Or is it something more?
Amphetamine Sulfate's "Human Rights" Collection

Rebooting Sci-Fi's Transgressive Roots: Amphetamine Sulfate's "Human Rights" Collection

Review by Gabriel Hart
June 20, 2022
Amphetamine Sulfate's new science fiction anthology bridges a commonly-overlooked gap in transgressive literature.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Bram Stoker Awards®

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Bram Stoker Awards®

Interview by Sadie Hartmann
June 17, 2022
An interview prompted by a tweet. I saw some speculation on the process used to determine Bram Stoker Award nominees and winners. I wanted to dig into this information a little.

Things I Never Want To Read In An Opening Sentence So Please Stop

Column by Peter Derk
June 16, 2022
You can have a killer cover, a great blurb, and an overall excellent book, but a bad opening line trainwrecks all of it.
John Vercher: After the Lights Go Out interview

John Vercher: After the Lights Go Out

Interview by Gabino Iglesias
June 15, 2022
John Vercher talks "After the Lights Go Out," his superb new novel about family, anger, loss, fighting, and dementia.

The Vital Role of Libraries in Wartime

Column by Leah Dearborn
June 14, 2022
As visible, public cultural institutions, libraries have long played a role in the protection of civilians and shared heritage, as well as information dissemination during wartime.

Storyville: The Intersection Between Plotting and Pantsing

Column by Richard Thomas
June 13, 2022
Finding the intersection between plotting and pantsing.

From My Book Club: 12 Months of Books

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
June 10, 2022
Are you ever curious to know what other people’s private book clubs are reading? Here's what mine has read over the past year.

Out of the Pandemic, A Writing Renaissance

Column by Jay Wilburn
June 9, 2022
The Covid Pandemic created unique challenges and opportunities for authors at all stages of their writing journey. Many of them found a way to thrive.