Once upon a time, there was a horde of ravenous zombies … or an endless nuclear fallout … or an alien race of slug overlords….
House of Cards, Dexter and Buffy the Vampire Slayer all have more in common than just being on your Netflix queue.
Nine Rabbits author Virginia Zaharieva will discuss how she cooks up fiction and writes about food in New York, Chicago, Seattle and more.
Ernest Hemingway, Roald Dahl, Graham Greene — the list writers who moonlit as spies is surprisingly renowned.
Virginia Zaharieva, author of Black Balloon Publishing’s new novel Nine Rabbits, discusses her book, her philosophy on food and her native Bulgaria.
The only thing we love more than eating is writing about eating.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s How I Met Your Mother story might be even more complicated than the sitcom.
A cash case, a disguised assailant, a midday heist and a speedy getaway — yet it all falls short of an action movie.
Was Homer the original G?
Read an exclusive excerpt from Black Balloon Publishing’s new novel, Nine Rabbits by Virginia Zaharieva.
Faking your own death, tricking people into murder, knocking out your blind dad — Shakespeare would be a hellraiser if he was around today.
From the tip of a pencil or the barrel of a pistol, these authors worked with lead.
The series finale of How I Met Your Mother airs tonight, but should we have said goodbye years ago?
Need a book suggestion for the weekend? Take a look at what our authors have been reading.
It’s hard to have an honest encounter with mortality when you won’t even let yourself see it.
Ancient Sparta, Imperial Rome, 1960s San Francisco — all shit-holes.
Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Faulkner and more comment on screenwriting, films and Hollywood at large.
Free reads for your cross-country road trip, week in Cancun, journey home or however else you’re spending your time off.
Your Seasonal Affective Disorder may now be chronic, but that doesn’t mean you should quit writing.
Six years ago, my family’s tenant was murdered in our house in Brooklyn. Here is the strange series of events that followed — the side crime TV doesn’t show you.