Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
This is a literary name everyone should know.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
Reviewing nonfiction taught me a few tricks that helped improve my approach to writing fiction.
Column by Karis Rogerson
In honor of Women's History Month, a look at the graphic novel "Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the World."
Column by Adam Valen Levinson
Author Adam Valen Levinson tells us, it depends how well you know roses.
Column by Stephanie Bonjack
Reading about difficult subjects is...difficult. Why do it? Because sometimes, they will literally change your life. For the better.
Column by Ed Sikov November 22, 2016
On the 53rd anniversary of the assassination of John F.Kennedy, Ed Sikov looks at two books by notable conspiracy theorists.
News by Raine Winters
Here’s to naming names and telling secrets!
Review by Ryan Peverly
Edited by journalist Anya Schiffrin, this collection of international investigative journalism reminds us why the lost art of muckraking is so important.
Review by Leah Dearborn May 5, 2014
It’s not necessary to know about poker, or even to have a strong interest in the game in order to enjoy Whitehead’s textured writing and deadpan sarcasm.
News by Peter Derk April 3, 2014
Jon Krakauer is at it again. What is the University of Montana hiding from the devastating investigative writer?
Review by Leah Rhyne
Come with me to 17th Century England and explore a marriage, a betrayal, and a murder.
Review by Chris Rosales February 17, 2014
A Soldier's Exorcism.
Review by Christopher Shultz
In the late sixties/early seventies, a wave of media rebels challenged the censors with realistic scenes of sex. This is their story.
Column by Christopher Shultz January 8, 2014
You hear about errors of historical fact in nonfiction books all the time, committed either intentionally or unintentionally. But are these inaccuracies merely par for the genre's course?
News by Dean Fetzer October 28, 2013
Rumours of the survival of Hitler and Eva Braun have persisted since 1945, but the authors of the most recent outing called ‘Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler’ are now accused of stealing.
Review by Cath Murphy October 15, 2013
Malcolm Gladwell gives hope to seven stone weaklings the world over with his new book 'David and Goliath'
Column by Bree Ogden
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week in Ask the Agent, I’ll explore & dissect the particulars of writing a nonfiction book proposal.
Column by Erin Reel
This week on Ask The Lit Coach - What's the ideal length of a nonfiction book proposal? And should you mention your previously self-published skeletons in your query to agents?
Column by Taylor Houston December 20, 2011
When narrators escape--a discussion of metafiction.