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Why Literary Writers Have Not Yet Made the Transition to Self-Publishing

Reader asleep - drawing by Claude (2007)

Genre writers have been brilliant at self-publishing. Why not literary writers? The answer may lie in the readership. Read More »

Interview: João Cerqueira, Author of ‘The Tragedy of Fidel Castro’


"I love making up stories. I create a world; I people it with characters; I unleash conflicts and offer solutions (that don’t always work)." Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Cold and Lonely Place’ by Sara J. Henry


Tory Chance is smart, athletic, principled and lonely, a likeable character who is just flawed enough to get in her own way. Read More »

Interview with Shelley K. Wall, Author of ‘Flood, Flash, and Pheromones’


"I write action scenes with fights in them, so beating my muse into submission is no big deal." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Maddaddam’ by Margaret Atwood


Maddaddam is the third and final book in Margaret Atwood’s phenomenal Maddaddam Trilogy that also includes Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood. Read More »