Column by Keith Rawson
Hack Dad gets all whiny and complain-y about life not going how he wants it to.
Column by Bart Bishop April 12, 2017
A look at how your kid's obsession with one book may drive you over the edge, and how to avoid that.
Column by Keith Rawson March 20, 2017
It's the dramatic return of hack dad!
Column by Keith Rawson February 24, 2017
Hey, it's a column about writing and parenting! Hooray!
Column by Christine J. Schmidt
This year, the best Mother's Day gift is two copies of the same book!
Review by Cath Murphy
An excellent character driven story about the aftermath of almost-fame and learning to be a decent parent.
Column by Rob Hart August 28, 2015
Debut father and debut novelist Rob Hart talks to other parent-writers about baby-proofing bookshelves, finding time to write, and how to keep proprieties in order.
Column by Nik Korpon August 28, 2013
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.
Column by Stephanie Bonjack August 9, 2013
Parenting books are good at conveying a deep sense of inadequacy - even if you're not a parent! Fortunately, comedic writers have responded in kind. Here's to you, Dr. Sears.
Column by Nik Korpon July 8, 2013
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.
News by Brandon Tietz December 28, 2011
'To Train Up a Child,' a Christian parenting book, is under fire after its methods are blamed for the deaths of three children.