Chuck-alikes: A Chuck Palahniuk Read-alike List Part 2

Column by Peter Derk October 12, 2020
Part 2 of our MASSIVE list of Palahniuk read-a-likes that should hold you over until Chuck's next release.

What Joy Williams and Denis Johnson Can Teach Us About the Art of First Sentences

Column by Elle Nash
Some lessons from two masters of the sentence.

When it's Okay to be Uncertain

Column by Brian Allen Carr May 1, 2018
A look at when uncertainty can make fiction stronger.
Remembering Denis Johnson

Remembering Denis Johnson

News by Brian Allen Carr May 26, 2017
A quick look back at the work of Denis Johnson, who passed away on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.

10 Reasons Why Poetry is the Manliest of Genres

Column by Gabino Iglesias
We all know genres aren't male or female, but if they all ended up in a bar fight, would poetry be the manliest?

Prose & Conversation: 'Jesus' Son' by Denis Johnson

Column by Leah Rhyne September 18, 2014
In this episode of Prose & Conversation, Richard and Leah take on 'Jesus' Son' by Denis Johnson...and it might be their darkest (and silliest) conversation yet.

New Release Roundup: Recommendations for June 2012

Column by John Jarzemsky June 4, 2012
A look at what's dropping on the shelves in the month of June.
Pulitzer prize for 2012 withheld

And The Winner Of The 2012 Pulitzer For Fiction Is... Nobody?

News by Rob Hart April 16, 2012
For the tenth time since 1918, the Pulitzer committee has not named a winner in the fiction category. The publishing industry is a bit nonplussed over the news.