Your fate will be just like the others...
Spencer Church weighs in on Marvel's newest event.
Here's the one thing you must do if you want to become a successful writer. You should already know the answer.
Opportunity, it is famously said, knocks only once. John James Ingalls, a U.S. Senator from Kansas, penned an ode to this simple but profound principle in the mid-19th century, and it was said to have become Theodore Roosevelt’s very favorite poem.
On the final night we are presented with a cat. The purpose of this cat is unknown, but its existence is hypnotic.
When something terrible falls a group of people at an office, an unlikely hero steps up to save the day.
Sestina- a poem with six stanzas of six lines and a final triplet, all stanzas having the same six words at the line-ends in six different sequences that follow a fixed pattern, and with all six words appearing in the closing three-line envoi.
Jamie Madrox and Monoxide - collectively known as the horror core rap duo TWIZTID - have carved out a comfortable side-gig for themselves as fake ghost hunters... but what happens when a routine house call yields not only a ghost, but a killer demon to boot? Hijinks and horror, of course!
Our complete coverage of the 2018 Wizard World Comic and Gaming Con in Cleveland Ohio.
Spencer Church gives us his Fast and Easy Review of the 2018 Wizard World Con in Cleveland Ohio.
In the first part of our three part coverage of the 2018 Wizard World Comic and Gaming Con in Cleveland Ohio, Spencer Church gives us his day by day breakdown of the event.
Made famous by Robin Williams’ inspiring literature teacher in the film Dead Poets Society, Horace’s Ode 1.11 contains one of the most quoted Latin phrases — Carpe diem, or “Seize the day!”
They say people only care about you when you die. Sadly, that's often the case.
After being betrayed by the bears that raised him, the legendary SHIRTLESS BEAR-FIGHTER wanders the forest he’s sworn to protect, fist-fighting bears, eating flapjacks and being the angriest man the world has ever known!
This is just a friendly reminder that we'll be attending this weekend's Wizard World Con in Cleveland Ohio as a member of the press.
Want to become a great writer? Then you're going to need to learn how to paint pictures with your words. This isn't as hard as it sounds, though. Here's some tips to help.
If you are planning on self-publishing, these tips will help you get the most out of your final product.
We bring back a past feature writer, Ashleigh Hatter, with this incredible poem about the past and how it fades away over time.
Robert Frost once told John F. Kennedy that “Poetry and power is the formula for another Augustan Age.” If that is the case, then Frost brought both to bear in this poem about two neighbors rebuilding a fence between their property during a cold winter in New England. A story told in blank verse, Frost critiques the phrase that he attributes to the other man in the story, “Good fences make good neighbors.” Dedicated to neighborliness and good will towards others, Frost’s work is a helpful tonic against 21st century individualism and selfishness. - Via The Art of Manliness
After reading this you might just become altered yourself.
No matter how much it pains you, sometimes you just need to kill your darlings. You know, the sentences and paragraphs you love, but know they aren't needed in your story. Here's how and when you should get rid of them.
Roughly translated as "old long since", this traditional New Year's anthem is based on an 18th century Scottish poem by Robert Burns.
Words have great power. Here are some examples to make sure you're getting the most of of your vocabulary.
Pushing your characters to their limits is essential for creating growth. But doing so can also drastically change their behavior, which might create some unbelievable scenarios. With these two simple ways, you can avoid those unrealistic plot holes.