Photo of C.S. Lewis's The Abolition of Man © Caleb Woods; public domain

Eight Novels to Prepare You for the End of Civilization

Mar 20, 2017

Feature by Tim Weed

If you’re stocking the shelves of your survival shelter, don’t forget to throw in a few gripping novels.

Advice, Book Reviews, Reader's Life | Read More

Free Speech and Grassroots Writing

Feb 06, 2017

TW Column by Martha Nichols

I sometimes forget that the most effective creative writing has nothing to do with schooling or publishing.

Media Debate, Diversity, First Person | Read More

Can a Woman Make a Joke?

Feb 06, 2017

TW Column by Emily Toth

Women are more apt to tell drawn-out stories, with caresses and tweaks.

Authors, Screen Time, Nothing but the Toth | Read More

My Postcards to a Dead Author

Dec 14, 2016

Essay by Kelcey Parker Ervick

I was the biographer of one woman, but I was also writing my own life.

Mixed Media, Authors, Writer's Life | Read More

Moving Through a Country Is Never Done Quickly

Dec 12, 2016

Hybrid Poetry by Sue Landers

the priests—told the neighbors not—to sell their houses—told the white neighbors—not to sell their houses to black people—that to do so would be a beginning of an end

Authors, Featured Poetry, Prose Poetry | Read More