This Is Your Permission To Write Offensive Things

Column by Peter Derk
Writing something offensive isn’t a problem. Publishing is where you have to be more careful.

Why Horror Resonates With Autistic Fans

Column by Lor Gislason
Horror and autistic induviduals may feel like oil and water, but they go together quite well for a variety of reasons.

2022: The Year of Intrusive Thought As High Art Literature

Column by Gabriel Hart
Gabriel Hart gives us a peculiar listicle that unspools the zeitgeist of literature in 2022.

5 Great Original Screenplays That (Probably) Won't Get Oscar Nominations

Column by Christopher Shultz
It's one thing to predict what movies the Oscars will deem worthy of their attention, but what about the films they'll snub?

How to Be Really Bad at Gifting Books

Column by Peter Derk
Face it: For people who love books, we really suck at this part.

So You've Won NaNoWriMo — What Next?

Column by Karis Rogerson
After winning your first NaNo, you may be wondering what to do. Here's some advice.

Book vs. Film: "Bones and All"

Column by Christopher Shultz
From vegan treatise to queer parable and beyond, one version of the same narrative offers a snack, while the other provides a feast.

6 Nonfiction Titles For Nonfiction November

Column by Lindy Ryan
Halloween may be over, but that’s no reason to say goodbye to your spooky bookshelf!

7 Super-Satisfying Murder Mysteries to Read in Anticipation of "Glass Onion"

Column by Kleopatra Olympiou
Knives Out: Glass Onion is in theaters now. Available on Netflix in December.

Storyville: The Symbolism of the Four Seasons

Column by Richard Thomas
Some tips on how the seasons can service your story.