Column by Keith Rawson January 18, 2018
Hooray! The Hack-Dad Chronicles are back! What the hell are the Hack-Dad Chronicles?
Column by Susan DeFreitas September 24, 2014
Think you know what's what because you've got a fancy MFA? Think again. Sci-fi writers know things about workshops, critique, process, and craft that you probably don't—but should.
Column by Christopher Shultz September 9, 2014
Nightmare-fueled narratives and "literary merit" are not so unfamiliar as one might believe. As a matter of fact, they make quite excellent bedfellows.
Column by Christopher Shultz August 28, 2014
Like eBooks, but hate the eReading apps currently available? Then meet Marvin.
Column by Keith Rawson March 25, 2014
Do you like BIG ideas and brilliant, genre defying storytelling? Well, tell me, Why The F*ck Aren't You Reading Victor LaValle?
Column by Christopher Shultz February 20, 2014
The technological revolution, or the good old clickety-clack of keys? Are we at a point where built-in tablet keyboards out-perform their physical counterparts? Let's find out.
Column by Leah Dearborn August 8, 2013
My recent experiences with book trading website BookMooch.com were less than ideal. I outline the pros and cons of the service, and mention an alternative site for getting rid of used books.
Column by Cath Murphy August 7, 2013
No, Kafka is not famous because he turned into a beetle. Spare yourself social embarrassment and find out what makes Franz so special with this handy Blagger’s Guide.
Column by Keith Rawson August 6, 2013
David Peace is one of England's best novelist, and it's about f*cking time the American literati and the rest world discover him.
Column by Erik Wecks August 5, 2013
Today, eBooks have created more opportunities for indie authors than ever before, but it is one thing to publish an eBook. It's another to make it sell.
Column by Keith Rawson July 15, 2013
You should be reading Sara Gran right now! Not tomorrow, not next week, but NOW! And here's a few f*cking reasons why.
Column by Rob Hart October 26, 2011
Social networking is easy if you want to tell people what you had for dinner last night. When you're a writer building a brand, it requires a little more thought--and a lot more dedication.
Column by Christopher Bram October 26, 2011
Three Things the Author of "Gods and Monsters" Learned by Listening to His Students.