Column by Gabino Iglesias
That thing you read online? Probably wrong. That old rule they told you was sacred? It's bullshit. Let me tell you why unlearning all of it is crucial.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
Submitted for your approval (or derision): Members of the LitReactor staff offer up their favorite reads, old and new, of 2019.
Column by Max Booth III
Ugh. Writers. Make sure you have a durable vomit bag nearby before reading.
Column by Christopher Shultz
Some truly amazing horror has come out of the last ten years. Here are just 20 noteworthy titles.
Column by Andrea J. Johnson
Crafting a mystery series can be fraught with peril, but tackle these three questions and you’re guaranteed to unlock what lies at the heart of the terror.
Column by Karis Rogerson
Writer and aspiring author Karis Rogerson went to Gotham Writers Workshop's first ever conference, and writes about a few of the takeaways.
Column by Richard Thomas
Some tips on using the people around you to provide depth, meaning, emotion, and authority in your stories.
Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
December 2nd holds a lot of birthdays, but none so great as Ann Patchett.
Column by Amanda Bender
An analysis of Mrs. Coulter in the recent TV adaptation of "His Dark Materials" shows writers how to craft complex villains.