Column by Christoph Paul September 4, 2017
Sorry to cast stones, fellow writers, but this needs to be said.
News by Peter Derk June 1, 2016
New emoji Bible lets you be self-righteous AND obnoxiously millennial.
News by Raine Winters
Logline: According to the sinner’s version of the bible, adultery is perfectly legit.
Column by Ed Sikov May 7, 2015
A brief survey of that peculiar and rare literary character: the good mother.
News by Peter Derk January 19, 2015
Are these heavenly tourism books a bunch of Malarkey?
Column by Peter Derk June 25, 2014
A quest to read The Bible as a writer begins with the task of figuring out just which Bible is the right one.
Column by Rajan Khanna December 9, 2013
Examples of mythology taken from Judeo-Christian scripture.
Column by Robbie Blair August 16, 2013
A pseudo-serious examination of who Jesus would be if he were a modern writer, one that answers questions about Jesus's genre, style, theme, and approach to publishing.
News by Christopher Shultz May 21, 2013
A prominent atheist group hopes to diversify the religious reading material offered in cabins and other state lodgings. Will they succeed?
News by Dean Fetzer May 7, 2013
Phillip Patterson, from New York, “inspired by Islamic tradition”, has nearly finished the hand-written copy of the Bible he started in 2009.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky March 22, 2013
Consider this a warning: Properly educate your children about sex OR THEY WILL TURN OUT LIKE ME!
News by Dean Fetzer December 21, 2012
A new translation of the Bible has become one of the hottest-selling books in Norway, contending with the likes of E. L. James and James Nesbø.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky June 27, 2012
A list of authors whose passing couldn't have been stranger if they'd written it themselves.
Column by Karina Wilson January 6, 2012
2012 is here. Before you cash out your 401(K) and start stockpiling weaponry (don’t forget the ammo!), let Lurid get all eschatological on your ass.
Column by Phil Jourdan November 29, 2011
This year the King James Bible turns 400 years old. Let's look back at how this monumental book came to be, and what it has meant for the literary world.