Column by Repo Kempt
A guide to research and writing when killing your characters with poison.
News by Raine Winters August 3, 2015
Math can solve every problem.
News by Raine Winters
CAUTION: Food may contain poison.
Column by Leah Dearborn January 12, 2015
This handful of companies wields a great deal of influence over the written word. But how did they begin, and how did they get to be so big?
Column by Leah Dearborn
Every living person on the planet has experienced childhood, but the same can’t be said for old age. Older characters have more history, so creating such a person takes considerable imagination.
News by Dean Fetzer October 21, 2013
The Crime Writers’ Association has asked its 600-strong membership to choose the ‘finest published example of literary sleuthing’ in a new poll with a shortlist including Agatha Christie and Chandler.
News by Dean Fetzer September 4, 2013
In a new untitled book to be written in the style of Agatha Christie, crime writer Sophie Hannah is the latest author chosen to resurrect a literary character.
Column by Rob Hart August 29, 2013
Kraków is a great destination for a literary nerd, from the abundance of folklore and legend to the emotional devastation of Nazi concentration camps.
Column by Cath Murphy May 17, 2012
Choosing the right setting for your fiction can be as tricky as giving a turtle a haircut. Here's my Rough Guide to what I think of as the 'third character'.