Column by Keith Rawson
As a writer, do you think short story writing is a creative and financial deadend? Keith Rawson doesn't think so, and he is going to tell you why.
Column by Leah Dearborn
Sometimes, a house can read like a main character in itself.
Column by Cath Murphy
The six figure publishing deal for debut novels is back. Here's why it needs to go away again. Forever.
Column by Christopher Shultz
Looking for a more pen-like stylus that won't break the bank? The Notier V2 has what you need.
Column by BH Shepherd
All the ways your favorite childhood bedtime story taught you to be a terrible person.
Column by Max Booth III
Whoever told you not to judge a book by its cover must have been trying to sell you one ugly-ass book.
Column by Richard Thomas
Some tips on how to make your fictional relationship feel real.
Column by Susan DeFreitas
Dialogue is, in many ways, the heart of fiction. That's why it pays to get it right—or, at the very least, not wrong.
Column by Nathan Scalia
The official LitReactor community update for February 2015.