Column by Rob Hart
The premise is simple: We give you a subject, you write 250 words. If it's good you might win stuff.
Column by BH Shepherd
What can the Dark Knight learn from the most successful superhero movie ever?
Column by Meredith Borders
Welcome to a new column here at LitReactor in which Meredith boldly voices an unpopular opinion about a beloved novel.
Column by Jack Joslin
Should we give E.L. James a little more credit? A hands-on attempt at mimicking her success by erotica...
Column by Sarah Pitre
The man, the myth, the legend. 'Looking For Alaska' author, John Green.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
A list of authors whose passing couldn't have been stranger if they'd written it themselves.
Column by Jon Gingerich
One of the biggest mistakes committed by both beginning and experienced writers is a failure to craft sentences that transmit information clearly, evenly, and with an emphasis on what’s important.
Column by Karina Wilson
King vs. Kubrick vs. King? Who gets to smack who down in the three-way Tragedy of the Overlook Hotel?
Column by Rajan Khanna
An examination of worldbuilding in fantasy fiction. What constitutes good worldbuilding? And why would worldbuilding be a bad thing?
Column by Kelly Thompson
Part 5 in a series chronicling my experiences with my first novel, including securing an agent and submitting to publishers. Part 5 details submitting to publishers.