How to Finish Your Novel Using Math

Column by Justin Hunter
Finishing a novel doesn't have to be daunting. Get out your calculator and see how math can help you reach the end.

Season of the Witch: Six Dark Fairy Tales Everyone Should Read

Column by Susan DeFreitas
October 10, 2017 (2) comments
Prepare to be haunted by six of the finest dark fairy tales, by the women who reinvented the form: Angela Carter, A. S. Byatt, Kelly Link, Aimee Bender, Kate Bernheimer, and Karen Joy Fowler.

John Green Is the Reason I Write Contemporary YA

Column by Karis Rogerson
One aspiring author gives credit to John Green for inspiring her to write the genre she loves.

What is Gutter Opera? 'Absolutely Golden' Author D. Foy Is Here To Explain...

Column by Rob Hart
LitReactor Class Director Rob Hart can't explain Gutter Opera. Only D. Foy can do that. Find out how this upcoming writing workshop can get you thinking differently about the mechanics of writing...

The 7 Greatest Fears of Horror Writers

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
October 9, 2017 (1) comments
But what chilling thoughts keep horror writers awake at night? What thing scares Stephen King? What makes R.L. Stine lose his mind?

13 Tourist Destinations for Horror Lovers

Column by Annie Neugebauer
October 6, 2017 (3) comments
A list of 13 destinations for fans of the macabre, strange, and creepy. These locations are real – and really disturbing.

Queer Stereotypes Aren't Just Bad Writing—It Goes Deeper, Says 'Writing The Rainbow' Instructor Nita Tyndall

Column by Nita Tyndall
Nita Tyndall talks a bit about her upcoming LitReactor class 'Writing the Rainbow', a two-week workshop on how to render honest gay, lesbian, and bisexual characters in your fiction.

The Agony & the Ecstasy of the Best-Seller List

Column by Stephanie Bonjack
Why did Regnery Publishing quit the New York Times best-seller list? How do best-seller lists work anyway?

The Top 10 LitReactor Columns of All Time

Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
October 4, 2017 (2) comments
LitReactor is officially 6 years old! We celebrate with a collection of our greatest hits.

The Top 10 Rare and Pricey Stephen King Books

Column by Gabino Iglesias
October 3, 2017 (2) comments
King is a popular, prolific author whose books can be found in almost any store that sells printed words, but some editions are special. Here are the rarest and priciest of them all.