Chuck-alikes: A Chuck Palahniuk Read-alike List (Part 1)

Column by Peter Derk October 5, 2020
A MASSIVE list of Palahniuk read-a-likes that should hold you over until Chuck's next release.

Maybe: The Empathy-Building Writing Prompt

Column by Peter Derk April 22, 2020
Want to write and live with empathy? Maybe there's a way.

Amy Hempel, 'Sing To It,' and The Death Of Minimalism

Column by Peter Derk March 26, 2019
Is Amy Hempel's "Sing To It" the dying breath of great minimalist writing?

If Books Were Assorted Chocolates

Column by Peter Derk
You thought comparing apples and oranges was tough. How about chocolates and books?
Elle Nash, Interview, Tom Spanbauer

Elle Nash On Writing As A Parent, Tom Spanbauer's Basement, and Her New Novel 'Animals Eat Each Other'

Interview by Rob Hart
Elle Nash discusses her debut, in which a girl with no name embarks on a fraught three-way relationship with Matt, a satanist and a tattoo artist, and his girlfriend Hannah, a new mom.

LitReactor Staff Picks: The Best Books of 2014 (part 2)

Column by Joshua Chaplinsky December 18, 2014
Submitted for your approval (or derision): Members of the LitReactor staff offer up their favorite reads, old and new, of 2014.
Events, News, Reading, Tom Spanbauer

Tom Spanbauer Reading In NYC On May 13

News by Rob Hart
In a rare East Cost appearance, Tom Spanbauer will read from his latest novel, 'I Loved You More,' at The LGBT Center in Chelsea.

Tom Spanbauer: A Primer, and A Review Of His Latest Novel, 'I Loved You More'

Column by Rob Hart April 2, 2014
This started as a review. It got a little bigger than that.