Storyville: Dissecting Body, Mind, and Soul

Column by Richard Thomas, January 27, 2023
Dissecting body, mind, and soul in our storytelling.

Jason Rekulak on Finding the Hidden

Interview by Jena Brown
January 26, 2023
Editor turned author Jason Rekulak talks outside the box concepts and finding your story.

Dialog Journals and Writing Good Dialog

Column by Peter Derk
January 25, 2023
Start a dialog journal, fix up your dialog, write better characters, and basically rule the world.

A Walk Down Salinger Lane: The Legacy of an Author in a Small Town

Column by Leah Dearborn
January 24, 2023
Does the "code of the hills" in Cornish, New Hampshire still protect reclusive author J.D. Salinger in death?

Book vs. Film: "We Have Always Lived in the Castle"

Column by Christopher Shultz
January 23, 2023
Many think it's Shirley Jackson's masterpiece. Do the filmmakers fill those impossibly big shoes?

You’re A Writer, But Is MasterClass Right For You?

Column by Andrea J. Johnson
January 21, 2023
MasterClass offers numerous courses for aspiring writers. But are such classes worth the investment? This article seeks to address that concern and give you a brief overview of some of the sessions.

Maybe We Could Stop Deconstructing Books?

Column by Peter Derk
January 19, 2023
What if we stopped taking things apart and started building something new?

Ditch Your New Books and Reread An Old Favorite, Instead

Column by Jena Brown
January 18, 2023
Sometimes the best read is the one you know you’re going to love.
Escaping Into Bret Eason Ellis's "The Shards"

More Than "Less Than Zero": Escaping Into Bret Eason Ellis's "The Shards"

Review by Gabriel Hart
January 17, 2023
Gabriel Hart cuts into new Bret Easton Ellis mega-novel, "The Shards."

Some Kidlit Debuts To Keep An Eye Out For in 2023

Column by Karis Rogerson
January 15, 2023
A collection of 18 exciting kidlit debuts for 2023!

You Don’t Have to Write About Everything, Actually

Column by Chelsea Stickle
January 12, 2023
Depending on your life experiences, you may feel obligated to write about: gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, trauma, etc. But you don’t have to.