Column by Kelly Thompson
A new ongoing series by Matt Fraction and David Aja featuring The Avengers' Hawkeye in his non-Avenger "downtime" is perhaps the best superhero comic I've ever read. Find out why!
Column by Jon Gingerich
Crafting unique characters is a delicate process. Here’s a few tips to help writers bring life and color to the people in their stories.
Column by Bree Ogden
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week in Ask the Agent, I’ll explore & dissect a few of the industry’s mysteries, straight from the shoulder.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
Does the widespread misuse of certain words get your goat? Well suck it up, because that's one of the ways the English language evolves.
Column by Joe Daly
LitReactor's intrepid music journalist offers his technological secrets for conducting interviews.
Column by Rob D. Young
8 warning signs that you may want to throw your latest manuscript under the lawnmower.
Column by Cath Murphy
Talking tigers, carnivorous islands, an infinitely repeating main character: am I the only one who found 'Life of Pi' just a little bit silly?
Column by Keith Rawson
Listen up you pervs, pederasts, peepers, weenie waggers, dimebag dirtballs, and junkies; it's time to get down and dirty with America's best crime novelist, the Demon Dog, James Ellroy.
Column by Kimberly Turner
We're all familiar with the stereotype of the tormented artist and depressed, alcoholic writer; but do great lives truly require great hardship? Can't you be happy and successful?
Column by Richard Thomas
Here are ten authors you've probably never heard of, and they are absolutely killing it.