Bloody or Creepy: Imaginarium panel debates when to write the gross-out

One of the panels at the 2016 Imaginarium Convention in Louisville, Ky., earlier this month featured a fascinating discussion on the use of gore in fiction. Given all the attention the season seven premiere of The Walking Dead has received, and the fact that it is Halloween, I thought I’d share some highlights from the panelists. … More Bloody or Creepy: Imaginarium panel debates when to write the gross-out

Around the Web: Bazaar of Bad Dreams has everyone talking about King again

by G. Robert Frazier Every day I scour the web and my newsfeeds for interesting articles about reading and writing. Because I’m such a swell guy, I then like to share the links to the best stories and most helpful advice I come across. Here’s a roundup of what I’ve seen and read this week … More Around the Web: Bazaar of Bad Dreams has everyone talking about King again

Book review: Sci-fi premise of The Fold fizzles into horror movie mayhem

I don’t read a lot of sci-fi, but The Fold by Peter Clines looked like an interesting read, and it was – though not in the way I expected. The novel details a unique program in which scientists have created a new mode of transportation, dubbed the Albuquerque Door, in which people can cover long … More Book review: Sci-fi premise of The Fold fizzles into horror movie mayhem