10 Of The Most Memorable Fictional Snakes

Column by Christopher Shultz February 3, 2020
Celebrate National Serpent Day with these ten noodly sneks.

Are 'The Jungle Books' Racist or Not? And Why You Should Read Them Either Way

Column by Ed Sikov April 15, 2016
A nice white liberal thinks there's something to be gained from reading racist literature: a better understanding of what racism is.

What Writers Can Learn from Gardening

Column by Leah Dearborn April 2, 2015
The ecosystem in your own backyard is a perfectly interlocking narrative where every component of the food chain matters.
‘Lost’ Rudyard Kipling Poems Give Clues to His “Rebellious Side”

Lost Rudyard Kipling Poems Give Clues to His “Rebellious Side”

News by Dean Fetzer
Recently discovered poems by the author of ‘The Jungle Book’ provide new insight into his anti-establishment leanings.

Culling The Classics: The Jungle Books

Column by Brian McGackin August 23, 2013
Sifting through history, one classic at a time.