Column by Leah Dearborn
Writers have always loved to give advice, even when it’s not solicited.
Column by Jay Wilburn May 7, 2021
Blackout poetry is appearing more in education, art therapy, and online. This and related art forms have been around a while, so this recent surge in interest calls for a closer inspection.
Column by Christopher Shultz May 28, 2020
Numerous adaptations ignore it, but Shelley's seminal novel has a whole lot of gayness going on.
Column by Peter Derk October 31, 2018
Finally we've got the answer to the burning questions "Is Frankenstein better than Dracula?" "Is a swarm of slugs scarier than a haunted doll?" and "Why is the Jabberwock the worst monster ever?"
Column by Emmanuel Nataf May 23, 2018
In the run-up to the release of the new Mary Shelley film starring Elle Fanning, we look a little closer at some of the lesser-known facts surrounding the life and work of the "Frankenstein" author.
Column by Max Booth III January 5, 2018
New Paul Tremblay! New King! New McCammon!
Column by George Cotronis August 20, 2015
Who doesn't like free books? Nobody. Let's go back to the 18th century.
Column by Max Booth III January 16, 2015
"Why read the book when you can just watch the movie?" -- This, and other questions that can get you slapped in public.