Interview by Gabriel Hart
Gabriel Hart speaks to author Rob Fromberg about his new memoir, "How to Walk With Steve," a unique proto-punk glimpse into life with an autistic sibling amidst matriarchal alcoholism.
Column by Karis Rogerson April 28, 2020
Writer Karis Rogerson answers a pressing question she's often asked: why share openly, through writing, about her mental illness?
Column by Karis Rogerson May 16, 2018
One mentally ill writer and reader on why books that mirror her experiences are so important.
Column by Karis Rogerson April 19, 2018
A look at what it's like to be a writer with depression, and giving yourself permission to not be okay.
Column by Karis Rogerson August 9, 2017
A personal essay/reflection on how books can help you escape a harmful reality and survive depression.
Column by Repo Kempt May 10, 2017
Psychopathic kilers, depressed cops and neurotic detectives. Mental illness is a recurring staple of crime fiction. Here's a guide to doing your research and getting the details right.
Column by Leah Dearborn November 10, 2016
Anne Sexton was a remarkable woman whose work demonstrated the convalescent powers of the written word.
Review by Leah Dearborn
Hallucinations of Jesus, 1960s television, and a lot of dogs — 'The Shark Curtain' is a strange and original young adult debut.
Column by Peter Derk
Is stalking the 6th Love Language? Probably not. Authors and their stalkers.
Column by Riki Cleveland August 25, 2014
A look at six young adult novels that explore the tough topic of mental health.
Column by BH Shepherd November 19, 2013
How writing can help those who suffer from psychosis.
Interview by Erin Reel January 21, 2013
Portland-based author and psychotherapist Philip Kenney sheds light on why some writers may experience degrees of mental illness and what they can do about it.