Video Games as Literature: A Defense of the Medium

Column by Rob Blair Young, May 13, 2021
Video games are often looked down on. However, writers and lit enthusiasts can crack open new worlds of stories by appreciating the medium and its unique offerings.

'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' Fumbles at the Finish Line

Column by BH Shepherd
May 12, 2021
A detailed look at the disappointing finale of 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier'.

Content Marketing for Authors

Column by Peter Derk
May 11, 2021
The least gross form of a very gross thing: Marketing.

When the Answer Isn't Always Edgar Allan Poe

May 10, 2021
This essay encourages readers and writers alike to bridge the gap between literary and genre in order to find horror in unsuspecting places.

Blackout Poetry: New Interest in an Old Artform

Column by Jay Wilburn
May 7, 2021
Blackout poetry is appearing more in education, art therapy, and online. This and related art forms have been around a while, so this recent surge in interest calls for a closer inspection.

Gary Snyder: The Last Remaining Beat

Column by Joshua Isard
May 6, 2021
A celebration of a poet and thinker of the highest quality—one who can’t easily be categorized.
author William R. Soldan

Interview with Grit Lit Author William R. Soldan

Interview by Gabriel Hart
May 5, 2021
Discover where the bleak American experience collides with glimmers of righteous humanity.
Twisted: Tainted Tales by Janine Pipe

"Twisted: Tainted Tales" by Janine Pipe

Review by Andrew Fowlow
May 4, 2021
When readers buy "Twisted: Tainted Tales" by Janine Pipe, they are getting an admission ticket to a visceral horror show.

Mistakes I Made With My Self-Published Book Covers

Column by Peter Derk
May 3, 2021
Don't follow in my footsteps. Don't repeat my mistakes.

Latinx Horror Author Roundtable

Column by Cina Pelayo
April 30, 2021
A conversation with five Latinx horror authors about the genre.
A Conversation with Joshua Mohr About Mortality, Cheery Nihilism, And His New Me

A Conversation with Joshua Mohr About Mortality, Cheery Nihilism, and His New Memoir 'Model Citizen'

Interview by Rob Hart
April 29, 2021
Rob Hart and Joshua Mohr have a Zoom date to discuss Mohr's new memoir, 'Model Citizen,' in which the novelist explores fatherhood, mortality, sobriety, and the heart defect that nearly killed him.