In Honor of Audiobook Appreciation Month: A Celebration

Column by Karis Rogerson, June 17, 2021
Writer Karis Rogerson celebrates her newfound love of audiobooks.

Have You a Tamerlane? Down the Rabbit Hole of U.S. Literature’s Black Tulip

Column by Leah Dearborn
June 16, 2021
Edgar Allan Poe published his first work anonymously at the age of 18. Today, it's one of the most valuable books in American literary history. Could there be a copy in your attic?

What Is Identity Marketing?

Column by Peter Derk
June 15, 2021
Identity marketing is here, it's telling you how to sell, it's telling you how to buy, and it's time you took control.

Mary SanGiovanni Makes the Best Monsters

Column by Jay Wilburn
June 14, 2021
Mary SanGiovanni, a modern master of cosmic horror, is one of the rare authors who has succeeded in creating new monsters for her horror stories.

Comics vs. Television: "Invincible" Animates Well

Column by BH Shepherd
June 11, 2021
How faithful is Amazon's adaptation of "Invincible" to its source material?
Strong Indigenous Voices in Horror

Shane Hawk: A Strong New Indigenous Voice in Horror

Interview by Andrew Fowlow
June 10, 2021
Emerging indigenous author, Shane Hawk, discusses diversity, small press publishing, and overcoming adversity with writing.
"Burroughs And Scotland — Dethroning the Ancients: The Commitment of Exile" by C

"Burroughs And Scotland — Dethroning the Ancients: The Commitment of Exile" by Chris Kelso

Review by Gabriel Hart
June 9, 2021
Kelso presents a fascinating exploration of Burroughs’s rarely mentioned but highly-formative era in Scotland.

A Year Expanding the Canon: Reading Non-WASP Stories

Column by Rob Blair Young
June 8, 2021
Until a few years ago, the bulk of my reading came from "WASP" authors. So I spent a year intentionally exploring works from authors of different backgrounds. This is what I learned.

The Swartzwelder Method: Because Writing Should Be Fun

Column by Peter Derk
June 7, 2021
From the writer of 59 episodes of The Simpsons.

Tiny Book Battle: Publishing Under a Microscope

Column by Leah Dearborn
June 4, 2021
There’s quite a few aggressively tiny books out there. But...why?

I Wrote A Story Every Day for a Month on Live Stream

Column by Jay Wilburn
June 3, 2021
Jay Wilburn shares his experience writing a new short story every day while streaming live on Twitch.