Blood and Cigarettes: Charlie Huston's Use of Time in the Joe Pitt Casebooks

Column by Bart Bishop
An analysis of Charlie Huston's stylistic handling of time in the Joe Pitt Casebooks.
New Craft Essay From Chuck Palahniuk - 'Consider This: Undecidability'

New Craft Essay From Chuck Palahniuk — 'Consider This: Undecidability'

News by Dennis Widmyer
In this second of a series of new craft essays, Chuck Palahniuk talks about the unresolved, and how undecidability is always more scary than simply being told the answer.

Liars, Madmen, Demons and Children: 10 Unforgettable Unreliable Narrators

Column by Kimberly Turner January 20, 2014
Who can you trust? Not these 10 unreliable narrators, but that doesn't mean they're not worth getting to know.
Joshua Mohr - 'An Unreliably Narrated Essay'

New Essay by Joshua Mohr - 'An Unreliably Narrated Essay'

News by Dennis Widmyer
An essay by Joshua Mohr, critically acclaimed author of 'Damascus.' This essay was featured in Josh's sold-out class with us, 'Plotlines' and is being offered exclusively now for Workshop Members.

Me, Myself, and I: First Person Narratives in Fantasy

Column by Rajan Khanna May 16, 2012
A look at some examples of first person narratives in fantasy fiction and what makes them work.