Why I Write My Mental Illness into My Non-Fiction

Column by Karis Rogerson
April 28, 2020 (2) comments
Writer Karis Rogerson answers a pressing question she's often asked: why share openly, through writing, about her mental illness?

The Gabino Iglesias Online MFA: Second Semester

Column by Gabino Iglesias
April 28, 2020 (1) comments
You survived the first semester? Awesome! Here's what we're doing next.

Heathcliff From "Wuthering Heights" Isn’t A Romantic Anti-Hero, He’s A F*cking Monster

Column by Christopher Shultz
The ultimate literary bad boy is just that...bad. Very, very bad.

How to use Family Dynamics to Bring Your Characters To Life

Column by C.S. Humble
For author C.S. Humble, one of the most reliable narrative materials to build a story with is family.

Storyville: Writing a Compelling Novel Synopsis

Column by Richard Thomas
Tips and trick for writing a compelling novel synopsis.

What Writers Can Learn From Watching The NFL Draft

Column by Christoph Paul
Will this article finally bring Sports Twitter and Writer Twitter together? Will the Dolphins draft Tua? Can writers really learn writing tips from watching the NFL Draft?

Maybe: The Empathy-Building Writing Prompt

Column by Peter Derk
Want to write and live with empathy? Maybe there's a way.

The Resurrection of Sylvia Plath's "Ariel"

Column by Leza Cantoral
A battle of the narratives between Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes.

Listen Up: 9 Audiobook Hacks

Column by Annie Neugebauer
Get the most out of your audiobook experience, from saving money to choosing wisely to the habits of when and how you listen.

Celebrate Teen Literature Day with These Five YA Authors

Column by Karis Rogerson
Five YA authors and the books which are bound to change the life of the teens you know — and maybe yours in the process