Review by Max Booth III June 15, 2016
A look at Ted Chiang's infamous science fiction collection.
Bookshots: 'Dead Letters: An Anthology of the Undelivered, the Missing, the Returned…' edited by Conrad WilliamsReview by Dean Fetzer
An anthology of stories about objects found in a dead letter office or misdirected mail — and what happens when the wrong person opens it.
Review by Leah Rhyne March 8, 2016
In Monica Drake's collection, "The Folly of Loving Life," we watch a family's descent into madness...and their ultimate survival...which is weird, and sad, and hard, and amazing.
Review by Christine J. Schmidt February 16, 2016
This short story collection will linger in your head long after you've put it down.
Review by Freddie Moore
A look inside Sara Majka’s debut story collection.
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky February 11, 2016
A collection of horrifying literature and literary horror.
Review by Christine J. Schmidt
Velázquez's Mexico is portrayed as both terrifying and hilarious in this translation of his collection of short stories.
Review by Freddie Moore
Time machines, orphan taxidermists, this story collection has it all.
Review by Cath Murphy
I was wrong. America can do satire.
Column by Richard Thomas December 23, 2015
My top ten short story selections of 2015.
Column by JS Breukelaar
No writer stalked the inherent tensions in fiction with more guts and style than Ray Bradbury. Here are five lessons in conflict from the master of wonder.
Interview by Rob Hart
This January 12th, Polis Books will release 'Bad Beat', a digital short story crossing over Hart's amateur PI Ash McKenna and Segura's investigative reporter Pete Fernandez.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky November 2, 2015
December's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'Sweet Nothing: Stories' by Richard Lange.
News by Peter Derk October 26, 2015
A French city has installed 8 print-on-demand short story dispensers. Your move, America.
Column by George Cotronis
It is almost Halloween and you need some new markets to send those spooky stories of yours.
Interview by Rob Hart August 31, 2015
John Skipp on short stories, his new LitReactor class, and his latest collection: "The Art of Horrible People."
Column by Keith Rawson August 24, 2015
Here's five female short story writers you should be reading not tomorrow, not an hour from now, but right f*cking NOW!
Review by Keith Rawson
A brief review of weird fiction pioneer China Mieville's massive short story collection, ‘Three Moments of an Explosion’.
Column by Keith Rawson
No, seriously, you should be reading these crime writers RIGHT NOW!
Column by Keith Rawson May 20, 2015
Why The F*ck Aren't You Reading returns to spotlight one of America's most important short story writers, the amazing Kelly Link.
Review by Christopher Shultz
This third entry in the 'Dark Screams' series of mini-anthologies reminds us that good things come in threes.
Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of Hannu Rajaniemi's collection of short stories.
News by Raine Winters
150 years later, lost stories from the infamous author come to light.
Column by George Cotronis May 6, 2015
Reach a wider audience, get paid for existing work: Sell the foreign rights to your stories.