Column by Christopher Shultz January 17, 2017
In the realm of horror, there are haunted houses all over the country just waiting for new tenants to gobble up. Be careful not to steer your characters into this nightmarish trope.
Column by Christopher Shultz November 22, 2016
If you have no more fucks to give, why not curl up with some "happy place" books?
Column by Richard Thomas October 28, 2016
10 lesser-known books by the master of horror that are worth your attention.
Column by Leah Dearborn
There are exciting stops for the more macabre among us all over the country, so here are just a few to start Halloween off with.
Column by Max Booth III September 21, 2016
A love letter from A Constant Reader.
Column by Christopher Shultz September 6, 2016
Whoever decided voice-over narration in this film would be a good idea needs a visit from He Who Walks Behind the Rows.
Column by Max Booth III June 7, 2016
Because why not?
Column by Christopher Shultz April 8, 2016
If good writing is succinct and concise, then shouldn't the same be true of writing advice?
Column by Michael David Wilson March 25, 2016
If you deal with self-doubt you're in good company. Here are tips from seven popular authors to help you deal with it.
Column by Christopher Shultz March 4, 2016
Audiences are up in arms about whether or not 'The Witch' is scary, and in doing so, ignoring how good it is.
News by Peter Derk
'The Dark Tower' movie? It's real. It's happening. It's time to celebrate.
Column by Karina Wilson February 22, 2016
The Preacher is a fixture in American film and fiction. Lurid takes a look at why he's such an inherently sinister - or totally badass - figure in our cultural landscape.
Column by Max Booth III
A look into why and how to collaborate on a novel, with advice from some of the best in the business.
Column by Michael David Wilson
Rejection is hard, but it's universal. We highlight 55 bestsellers that were rejected.
Column by Richard Thomas January 8, 2016
My list of most anticipated books for 2016.
Column by Cath Murphy January 5, 2016
Forget about the books which are actually going to be published in 2016. Here are the ones I wish someone would write instead.
Column by Michael David Wilson December 22, 2015
An exploration of the morning rituals and daily habits of authors including Stephen King, Gillian Flynn, Bret Easton Ellis and Paul Tremblay.
Column by Michael David Wilson
Michael Wilson examines the appeal of the hotel horror sub-genre and provides some mid-season thoughts on 'American Horror Story: Hotel'.
Column by Bart Bishop
An examination of the first true zombie literature, John Skipp and Craig Spector's anthology 'Book of the Dead', as an example of splatterpunk and an intellectual property's expanded universe.
Column by George Cotronis October 15, 2015
We take a look at the best horror book covers ever made. According to me.
Review by Cath Murphy
Stephen King thinks these reissued horror novellas from the 1930s are remarkable. So do I.
News by Raine Winters
And the Crime Writers’ Association’s Gold Dagger Award goes to … :::drum roll please:::
News by Rob Hart
How do you revive a stalled story? How do know you're done? How do you write that dreaded synopsis? What's next? We've got a class starting soon that can help...
Column by Michael David Wilson September 9, 2015
'A Head Full of Ghosts' by Paul Tremblay is the horror book of the summer. It's so frightening a story, it even scared the hell out of Stephen King! Find out why you should be reading it right now.
Column by Peter Derk August 20, 2015
When Max Booth III suggested 25 desperate marketing ideas, it was only a matter of time until someone tried them out.