Posted on November 23, 2010
By Matt Mott
Just because the likelihood of something being good is very low doesn’t mean you should look down on it. Every once in a while something comes along that combines sharp, smart composition with more-leaning-towards-straight-up-fun content, the result being a piece of art that just plain rocks! Case in point, The Walking Dead — a weekly late night series that you can catch on AMC Sunday nights.
Posted on August 26, 2010
By Gerard Beirne
Jim Hannah suggests killing off the slush pile and publishing work by solicitation only. What does our Fiction Co-Editor Gerard Beirne think?
Posted on August 16, 2010
By Holly Luhning
The practice of incorporating historical or “real-life” events in a fictional work is common. But the term “documentary fiction” isn’t one I’ve often heard applied to a novel.