Bookshots: 'Fat Man and Little Boy' by Mike Meginnis

Bookshots: 'Fat Man and Little Boy' by Mike Meginnis

Review by Cath Murphy, October 20, 2014 1 comments
Concerning litters of piglets, unexplained pregnancies, identical twin movie stars, conjoined infants, Kamikaze pilots, and two bombs turned human.

Footnotes: 'King Lear' and 9 More Books Masquerading in Other Genres

Column by Ryan Peverly
October 20, 2014 (0) comments
Browse a bookshelf and chances are you'll find several titles that aren't exactly as they appear — books in costume, masquerading in one genre when they're really something else entirely.
Gemma Files, Horror, Writing Craft, Class

10 Questions with LitReactor Instructor and Horror Writer Gemma Files

Interview by Mary Breaden
October 20, 2014 (0) comments
Still afraid of the monsters underneath your bed? So are we. Want to write about it? We caught up with acclaimed horror writer, Gemma Files, to find out how she confronts the monstrous.
Tourist Locked in Bookstore

An American Dum-Dum in London: Tourist Locked in Bookstore: UPDATED

News by Peter Derk
October 20, 2014 (0) comments
An American tourist spent several hours locked in a London bookstore.

Five Terrifying Things About Getting Published

Column by Ed Sikov
October 17, 2014 (7) comments
You think that getting published would be a joyous occasion. Think again. It's a horror show.

Let’s Get Critical! How Book Reviewing Can Make You A Better Storyteller

Column by Keith Rawson
October 17, 2014 (0) comments
Can book reviewing make you a better storyteller? Hell yes it can! And here's Keith Rawson's take on how to do it.

Edit My Paragraph! Episode Five

Column by Gayle Towell
October 16, 2014 (8) comments
This column explores the art of editing by providing detailed edits of reader-submitted paragraphs.

Caffeinated Lit: 9 Coffee and Book Pairings

October 16, 2014 (0) comments
Find out what book goes best with your favorite caffeinated beverage.
Harlan Ellison Still Harlan Ellison in Spite of Stroke

Harlan Ellison Still Harlan Ellison in Spite of Stroke

News by Peter Derk
October 15, 2014 (1) comments
Author Harlan Ellison is recovering from a stroke, reported to be sharp as ever.

Writing Horror Without the Blood

Column by Max Booth III
October 15, 2014 (5) comments
Horror is meant to get your heart beating. Forget coffee and cocaine. There is no stronger upper in the world than fear.
Bookshots: 'Sex World' by Ron Koertge

Bookshots: 'Sex World' by Ron Koertge

Review by Brian McGackin
October 15, 2014 (4) comments
FLASH! A-AH! Savior of the universe! FLASH! A-AH! Fiction for every one of us!