Why the Term "Literary Fiction" Doesn't Work Anymore

Column by Joshua Isard
An exploration of one of the most misleading terms in the writing world, and why it should be retired.

Write an Author Newsletter That Sells

Column by Andrew Fowlow
When utilized correctly, an author newsletter can be a beacon of hope for those struggling for exposure in a saturated market.

On the Stressful Joy of Rereading Favorite Books

Column by Karis Rogerson
Karis Rogerson reflects on a newly-discovered literary delight: rereading old favorites.

Surviving a Decade as a Full-time Author No One Has Heard Of

Column by Jay Wilburn
Jay Wilburn discusses how he survived almost ten years writing full-time without being famous first.

Five Things You Always Wanted to Know About "The Bridge" But Were Afraid to Ask

Column by JS Breukelaar
J.S. Breukelaar tackles some tough questions about her new novel, "The Bridge," out now from Meerkat Press.

The World’s Biggest Books: Everything Is a Measuring Contest

Column by Leah Dearborn
A tiny village in northern Hungary has pronounced itself home to the world’s largest handmade book, which weighs over 3,000 pounds and takes six people and a special machine to turn a single page.

Goodreads: A History of Where It All Went Wrong

Column by Peter Derk
August 3, 2021 (2) comments
Is Goodreads a hellhole, a paradise, or a neglected middle-class neighborhood?

On Missing Women: Abandon All Hope

Column by David James Keaton
Writers looking to do the right thing on the page or in real life (what's the difference again?) abandon hope, all ye who enter here!

10 Best Books to Get Your Travel Back On

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
This exciting list will show you 10 of the best books to spark change in how you travel. If your inner wanderlust is dying to escape, read on!

Big Bugs and Dead Astronauts: The Joys of a Non-Human Narrator

Column by Nick Kolakowski
July 29, 2021 (3) comments
Fresh ideas can be learned from books told from a different perspective.