The Top 10 Fake Books in Movies

Column by David James Keaton
February 11, 2019
I've lost the ability to finish a book, but luckily there's a loophole. Fake books in movies! They're as good or as bad as you want them to be.

Platonic Love Between Men In Fiction

Column by Peter Derk
February 8, 2019
What's so hard about writing a relationship between a couple loving, intimate, affectionate, bros?

Library Love: Love Letters to the Library

Column by Stephanie Bonjack
February 7, 2019
It's easy to forget the many ways libraries make an impact on the lives of others. Here are just a few.

10 Must-Know Tips For Outlining Your Novel

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
February 6, 2019
If you're struggling to get your novel off of the ground, an outline can potentially rescue you from all of your toils.
"A People's Future Of The United States" Edited By Victor LaValle And John Josep

"A People's Future Of The United States" edited by Victor LaValle and John Joseph Adams

Review by Christopher Shultz
February 6, 2019
This new anthology takes an imaginative look into the future, and while the picture looks grim in places, it's optimistic in others.

Places To Read and Listen To Books For Free

Column by Michael David Wilson
February 5, 2019
Strapped for cash but need a story fix? Here are some online venues where you can read and listen to books for free.

9 Ways to Celebrate Women in Horror Month

Column by Annie Neugebauer
February 4, 2019
Whether you’re new to Women in Horror Month or ringing it in for the tenth time, here are 9 ideas for how to celebrate.

Reflections on the Difficulties and Influence of Joyce

Column by Joshua Isard
February 1, 2019
One writer's account of appreciating the good and the bad of James Joyce.

Exploring the Film and Television References in Silent Hill

Column by Michael David Wilson
January 31, 2019
We deep dive into the film and television influences on the Silent Hill game series.
The Bone Weaver's Orchard, Sarah Read, Gorgon: Stories of Emergence

Sarah Read on "The Bone Weaver’s Orchard", Horror, and Knitting

Interview by Annie Neugebauer
January 30, 2019
We talk to author Sarah Read, discussing her debut novel "The Bone Weaver's Orchard", the differences between short and long fiction, editing and writing, hobbies, passions, and more.

Narrative Detour: Rediscover Your Novel

Column by BH Shepherd
January 29, 2019
A fun exercise to help you push forward when writing your novel becomes a slog.

How to Submit Writing Like A Relentless Force of Nature

Column by Peter Derk
January 28, 2019
Don't get down. Get published.

5 Books About Death and Renewal for the New Year

Column by Stephanie Bonjack
January 25, 2019
New Year's Resolutions not your thing? Perhaps a meditation on death and renewal will get you focused for the year. My suggestions to get you started.

"Indie for life! But wait...": The Agent Conundrum

Column by Gabino Iglesias
January 24, 2019
To agent or not to agent, that is the question.

Writing Can Become An Addiction If You Let It—And That's A Bad Thing

Column by Christopher Shultz
January 23, 2019
It's true that sometimes creativity and addiction go hand in hand, so what happens if you actually get addicted to creativity itself?

13 Novels Set in the World of Myth

Column by Steph Post
January 22, 2019
Thirteen modern novels which feature mythological settings and elements.

The Best of Stan Lee's Soapbox

Column by Peter Derk
January 21, 2019
A sensational send-off for the spectacular Stan Lee!

Most Anticipated Books of the First Half of 2019

Column by Gabino Iglesias
January 18, 2019
2018 was an awesome year for books, but it looks like 2019 wants to blow its predecessor out of the water.

5 Reasons We Love To Hate Jonathan Franzen

Column by Peter Derk
January 16, 2019
Haters gonna hate. But are the reasons legit?
Rob Hart Crowdsources An Interview for His Food Noir Collection

Rob Hart Crowdsources An Interview for His Food Noir Collection And Settles The 'Is A Hot Dog A Sandwich' Debate

Interview by Rob Hart
January 15, 2019
'Take-Out' hits stores today, so Rob asked a bunch of people on social media to ask him questions. Some of them were very clever and thoughtful. Some... not so much.

Instead of Joining a Book Club This Year, Subscribe To a Literary Podcast

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
January 14, 2019
Make it your New Year's Resolution to find and read more books through the literary world's secret weapon: podcasts.

Storyville: Method Writing

Column by Richard Thomas
January 10, 2019
What is method writing, and how can it help breathe authenticity into your work?

10 Novels Featuring Edgar Allan Poe As A Character

Column by Christopher Shultz
January 9, 2019
In honor of Poe's 210th birthday, we take a look at ten different fictional takes on the troubled literary figure.

Give Me Fewer Resolutions and More Hustle

Column by Gabino Iglesias
January 8, 2019
Your career is in your hands. Make sure you take care of it.

The 'Narrow Your Horizons' Reading Challenge

Column by Peter Derk
January 7, 2019
Are you tired of people telling you what and how to read? Sick of so-called reading challenges that don't care about your feelings? Bad reading challenges are the sickness. We've got the cure.