Dear George R.R. Martin

Column by Robbie Blair
May 6, 2015 (2) comments
Dear George. I love you. I hate you. Oh, I don't know how I feel anymore ... but I do know you're a tease. Won't you please listen to me?

Reach a Wider Audience: 11 Foreign Literary Markets

Column by George Cotronis
May 6, 2015 (1) comments
Reach a wider audience, get paid for existing work: Sell the foreign rights to your stories.

So You Want To Edit A Book Part 2: The Dreadful First Rewrite

Column by Leah Rhyne
May 4, 2015 (2) comments
In this installment of So You Want To Edit A Book, we talk about the first, dreadful rewrite - how I do it, what I try to fix, where I mess up, and what I intentionally leave for later.

LitReactor's Flash Fiction Smackdown: May Edition

Column by Taylor Houston
May 1, 2015 (3) comments
DON'T PANIC! Our own Richard Thomas has a new book--WIN IT by offering the most kickass Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy/Towel Day Flash Fiction Entry. You have, you guessed it, 42 words.

How Daredevil Does Dark and Gritty Right

Column by BH Shepherd
May 1, 2015 (4) comments
A lot of movies and shows claim to be dark and gritty, but do they even know what that means? "Daredevil" does.

Five Captivating YA Fantasies

Column by Riki Cleveland
April 30, 2015 (1) comments
When it comes to transporting readers to a whole new world, no genre is quite as captivating as fantasy, and in young adult literature, there is a wealth of stories just waiting to take you away.

The Element of Surprise: An Anti-Spoiler Manifesto

Column by Christopher Shultz
April 30, 2015 (3) comments
It's true that knowing spoilers won't hinder your enjoyment of a narrative. But it's also true that they will.

Five Ways Scrivener Can Help Your Work In Progress

Column by Karina Wilson
April 29, 2015 (6) comments
Why Scrivener? What can it do for your writing? Go beyond the "click here" tutorials and consider how this software can improve your work habits and the quality of your content.

In Defense Of The Big 6

Column by Keith Rawson
April 29, 2015 (1) comments
Is the Big 6 a graveyard of creativity, or hot bed returning to its former glory?