Out of the Pandemic, A Writing Renaissance

Column by Jay Wilburn June 9, 2022
The Covid Pandemic created unique challenges and opportunities for authors at all stages of their writing journey. Many of them found a way to thrive.

Will Libraries Ever Recover From COVID?

Column by Peter Derk January 4, 2022
We're going to make it through this pandemic. But will the library?

Returning to Live Events as an Immunocompromised Person

Column by Jay Wilburn July 5, 2021
As a kidney transplant patient, Jay Wilburn is immunocompromised. This impacted his life during the pandemic and impacts his decision about returning to live events.

Overlooked 2020: A Post-pandemic Roundup of Overlooked Releases

Column by Ben Tanzer June 29, 2021
Digging back through some of the lost written treasures of 2020.

Telling the Story of a Pandemic and the Future of Now

Column by Leah Dearborn May 17, 2021
How do you write about the ‘now’ in a time of ongoing global crisis?
Brian Keene: A Look Back on 2020

Brian Keene: A Look Back on 2020

Interview by Sadie Hartmann
This year, I want to catch up with as many authors as I can and ask them about how they survived 2020.

The Scarlet Plague: Exploring the Historical Influence of Pandemics on Literature

Column by Jay Wilburn
Comparing the literature that came out before & after 1918, we may better understand how our stories might change following the 2020 pandemic & how we might address our experiences during this time.
Bookshots: 'The Blondes' by Emily Schultz

Bookshots: 'The Blondes' by Emily Schultz

Review by Freddie Moore
A satirical thriller that goes beyond blonde stereotypes.