Zoraida Cordova Writes Fantasy She Can See Herself In

Column by Karis Rogerson
February 21, 2018
A feature on YA and romance author Zoraida Cordova, who believes in letting teens see themselves in fiction.

The Hack-Dad Chronicles: Friends Are Better With Drugs

Column by Keith Rawson
February 20, 2018
Repeat after me: Drinking and drugging gets you NOWHERE!

Fun in the Funhole: Exploring Kathe Koja’s “The Cipher”

Column by Max Booth III
February 19, 2018
An analysis of Dell/Abyss's first horror paperback.

6 Tips On How To Be Prolific

Column by Eric Beetner
February 19, 2018
Eric Beetner on how to increase your writing output.

6 Royal Books for the Blue in Your Veins

Column by Stephanie Bonjack
February 16, 2018
Did you binge watch "The Crown"? Are yearning for something more? Get your fix from this royal list!

The Two Lukes: Comparing and Contrasting 'Dark Empire' and 'The Last Jedi'

Column by Bart Bishop
February 15, 2018
A look back at the portrayal of Luke Skywalker in 'Dark Empire' as compared to 'The Last Jedi.'

Single And Loving It: A Reading List

Column by Peter Derk
February 14, 2018
Some folks are riding solo this Valentine's. And whether that's by choice, by chance, or by circumstance, lots of them are loving it.

10 African American Authors to Read This Month

Column by Gabino Iglesias
February 13, 2018
With Black History Month here, the best thing you can do is read a bunch of African American authors and invite every reader you know to do the same.

Forget the Love Poems This Valentine's Day, But Fall in Love With Poetry

Column by Justin Hunter
February 12, 2018
Poetry is more than the cheesy words written on Valentine's Day cards. Learn to love poetry even if you're not a poet.

'Veronica Mars' Should Continue…In Book Form

Column by Meredith Borders
February 12, 2018
Sure, we’d all love another movie. But where the once-teen detective really shines these days is on the page.

The 12 Steps for Struggling Writers

Column by Christoph Paul
February 9, 2018
If these steps can help alcoholics stay sober, maybe they can also help struggling writers.
'Another Way To Fall' by Brian Evenson and Paul Tremblay

'Another Way To Fall' by Brian Evenson and Paul Tremblay

Review by Keith Rawson
February 9, 2018
A new book by Evenson and Tremblay. That's all I gotta say.

7 Interesting Romance Fiction Trends from the Past 10 Years

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
February 8, 2018
Looking to get in the mood for Valentine’s Day? We’re diving into the eclectic world of romance novels to uncover some popular and kooky subgenres that just might tug at your heartstrings.

20 Women in Horror: Recommended Reading

Column by Annie Neugebauer
February 6, 2018
A selection of recommended books and stories to read in celebration of Women in Horror Month.

Rocket Launcher Bayonets, Secret Babies, Rock Powers: This Is 'License To Love'

Column by Peter Derk
February 5, 2018
Only through surviving one of the oddest reading experiences of all time can you earn your License to Love.
Jeremy Robert Johnson on Binge-Writing, Charity, and Hotel Waffle Makers

Jeremy Robert Johnson on Binge-Writing, Charity, and Hotel Waffle Makers

Interview by Max Booth III
February 2, 2018
Where is Amazon's Heartbreaking and Surreal Explorations of Loss and Grief category?

James Joyce Loved Trieste, As Do I

Column by Karis Rogerson
February 2, 2018
A look at James Joyce's history with Trieste, a city of inspiration.

Celebrating Langston Hughes

Column by Gabino Iglesias
February 1, 2018
Kick off Black History Month with the words of one of the most enduring African American authors, the great Langston Hughes.

5 Reasons Why You Should Write a Screenplay

Column by Justin Hunter
January 31, 2018
Writers of prose would do well to follow the methods of screenwriters to help immerse readers in their story.

10 Things The Gym Taught Me About Writing

Column by Gabino Iglesias
January 30, 2018
The gym and writing have a lot in common, and the former can help prepare you for the latter.

Digitize Your Books For No Fun and No Profit

Column by Peter Derk
January 29, 2018
One brave boy decides he's tired of schlepping boxes of books and takes a crack at going high tech.

7 Highly Anticipated Book Adaptations for 2018

Column by Max Booth III
January 26, 2018
Books...but as MOVIES?!? What will they think of next?

Celebrating Dallas Mayr: The Wisdom of Jack Ketchum (1946–2018)

Column by Michael David Wilson
January 25, 2018
A wonderful writer and a wonderful human being.

What It's Like to Be Young and Writing for Young Adults

Column by Karis Rogerson
January 24, 2018
Three YA authors who achieved success in the field at a young age share what that's like.

Writing the Crime Scene: Winter Forensics

Column by Repo Kempt
January 23, 2018
A guide to writing realistic crime and horror fiction when your manuscript is set in the winter.