Column by Leah Dearborn
Giving up on a piece of writing seems counterintuitive. We’re told from an early age that if we just keep trying, one day we’ll succeed. But sometimes effort just isn’t enough.
Column by Christine J. Schmidt
I'll read about them, but I won't take them up on dinner.
Column by Karina Wilson
"What I shit is better than anything you have ever thought". On the anniversary of his death, we can all learn a lot from the genius of Ludwig Van Beethoven.
Column by Max Booth III
Hypnagogia is the transitional state between wakefulness and sleep. It might also possibly be one of our mind’s most vital tools for creativity.
Column by Nathan Scalia
The official LitReactor community update for March 2015.
Column by Keith Rawson
Does Indie publishing need to be defended? Do even the oceans of crap deserve it?
Column by Christopher Shultz
Based on a Jules Verne novel, this mobile game combines prose with an interactive narrative a la 'Choose Your Own Adventure'.
Column by BH Shepherd
Superhero comics have historically struggled with portraying fully realized female characters. How have Marvel and DC treated their women in the transition from the page to the screen?
Column by Riki Cleveland
In these five novels, the authors have murder on their minds, and no crime is too grisly, even for a YA audience.