In this episode, we look at things other than fiction that a well-rounded writer should read—poetry, literature in a foreign language, nonfiction and literary criticism.
In order to Rite Gud, you’ve got to Reed Gud. In this episode, R.S. Benedict is joined by Gareth and Langdon of the Death Sentence Podcast.
Do you like dark humor? Sure, we all do! But it can be tricky to write without coming off as an edgelord jerk — but R.S. Benedict tells you how!
In a special teaser of future Patreon-only episodes, R.S. Benedict critiques two infamous works of fiction, The Eye of Argon and Irene Iddesleigh.
1993’s Malachai (Shadow Weaver, Part 2) shows the Legendary Pink Dots at their ‘minimalist-maximalist’ best, wriggling away under the microscope.
Criticism is important, as is learning how to both give and recieve it. Recognize criticism as a good thing, and don’t flip out like Anne Rice.
The new film ‘Bathtubs Over Broadway,’ starring ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ writer Steve Young, takes us into the secret world of the Industrial Musical.
Out today, Hit Rendition, the new album from Petridisch, is split into two halves, one more electronic, and one guitar-based — and all great.
If you’ve ever noticed how writing on the internet often seems stilted and weird, you’ve got SEO — or Search Engine Optimization — to thank.
Home to one of the iconic TV parodies, ‘Star Blecch,’ December 1967’s MAD #115 also features a couple examples of surprising prognostication.