Column by Peter Derk
Maybe writers don't have to be sad to be good?
Column by Karis Rogerson
One mentally ill writer and reader on why books that mirror her experiences are so important.
Column by Karis Rogerson August 9, 2017
A personal essay/reflection on how books can help you escape a harmful reality and survive depression.
Column by Max Booth III February 2, 2017
Probably the worst thing to happen in 2016.
Column by Peter Derk July 29, 2016
I know you all love Harry Potter. I don't. But maybe it's just me.
Column by Raine Winters June 21, 2016
Does medication really stifle creativity?
Column by Christine J. Schmidt September 26, 2014
If you have been feeling too good lately, these books will bring you back down to earth.
News by Nathan Scalia January 2, 2014
In a world containing over 350 million people who suffer from depression, doctors are prescribing self-help books with good results.
Column by Ed Sikov December 3, 2013
Perennially depressed Ed Sikov recommends five unbearably sad novels with which to celebrate the holidays.
Column by Robbie Blair September 19, 2013
I discuss my own struggle with depression and how writing has helped me survive it.
Interview by Erin Reel January 21, 2013
Portland-based author and psychotherapist Philip Kenney sheds light on why some writers may experience degrees of mental illness and what they can do about it.