13 Halloween Themed Anthologies to Fill Your Season with Fright

Column by Annie Neugebauer
A list of yummy seasonal reading. Books on this list are overtly Halloween-themed multi-author anthologies focusing on short stories. 13 lucky options to fill your October with creepy fiction!

5 Bizarro Books That Should Be Movies

Column by Christoph Paul
Hollywood needs to go bizarro and make these five movies.

Anatomy of a Mini Flash Novel Experiment: Angel Dust

Column by Alex Behr
"Planet Grim" Author Alex Behr turns prompts into experimental prose.

Voices of the Dead: In Memories and Literary Prose

Column by David Cranmer
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David Cranmer explores how literary authors Chekov, Amis, and Greene portray death in their fiction, interweaving his own experiences with the dead and why realism is compulsory in his reading.

Blood, Parasites, and Mutilation: Celebrating 10 Masters of Body Horror

Column by Gabino Iglesias
Body horror is a rich subgenre. Here are some of its best purveyors.

13 Reasons Charles Addams is an Unsung Master of Horror

Column by Peter Derk
If you're a true horror fan, you need more Charles Addams in your life.

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
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...