LURID: Last Seen Wearing - Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains Databases

Column by Karina Wilson August 11, 2016 (2) comments
LURID takes a look at the complex subculture surrounding the Missing and the Found, especially the online databases making armchair detecting easier than ever before. Is this a new form of narrative?

Screenwriting: The Emotional Spine

Column by Karina Wilson September 22, 2014 (1) comments
Got your three acts, your hero's journey and your turning points sorted? Good. But, what's holding them all together? Take your screenplay to the next level by addressing the emotional spine.

9 Great Poop Reads: Taking Literary Structures From Classroom To Bathroom

Column by Peter Derk April 9, 2014 (13) comments
Learn everything you need to know about short form writing through Poop Reads, short reading sprints accomplished while...well, you get it.

Marlowe and Me: Jumping Off the Hay Truck

Column by Nik Korpon August 28, 2013 (5) comments
Marlowe and Me follows Nik Korpon's attempts to write better crime fiction by watching his toddler. In this installment: That toddler questions the validity of outlining novels.

Marlowe and Me: The Road Curved, and I Didn't

Column by Nik Korpon July 8, 2013 (4) comments
Marlowe and Me follows Nik Korpon's attempts to write better crime fiction by watching his toddler. In this installment: That toddler saves a series by ruining a novel.