Three Exercises for Improved Character Development

Column by Gabino Iglesias
November 13, 2018 (2) comments
If you want your characters to be as deep and nuanced as your narrative, here are three things you can do.

Nonreaders Raise Nonreaders and Other Lessons Learned Selling Books at Small-Town Fests

Column by Max Booth III
A guide for surviving craft fairs and book conventions.

Upon My Death: What Happens To An Author's Unfinished Work?

Column by Peter Derk
November 8, 2018 (2) comments
If you don't make those decisions before you die, your loved ones will have to. And even then, who knows...

11 Tips to Beat Procrastination and Get that Novel Drafted

Column by Annie Neugebauer
November 7, 2018 (1) comments
11 tips for resisting the urge to procrastinate, because falling behind in NaNoWriMo (or any fast drafting) is the kiss of death.

Daredevil Season 3: Reconstruction

Column by BH Shepherd
A critical look at Season 3 of Marvel's "Daredevil" on Netflix.

Exploring the Real Town Behind Silent Hill

In this article we explore the eerie parallels between Silent Hill and Centralia, Pennsylvania.

No, You’re Freaking Out About Your New Book!

Column by Gabino Iglesias
November 1, 2018 (3) comments
Okay, so maybe I'm freaking out a bit about having "Coyote Songs" out in the world...

Ranking 20 Literary Monsters

Column by Peter Derk
Finally we've got the answer to the burning questions "Is Frankenstein better than Dracula?" "Is a swarm of slugs scarier than a haunted doll?" and "Why is the Jabberwock the worst monster ever?"

How a Community and a War Spawned a Collection

Column by Dino Parenti
October 30, 2018 (2) comments
OG LitReactor Dino Parenti talks the long hard road to the release of his new collection.

Engage Your Readers By Putting Them To Work

Column by Joshua Isard
October 29, 2018 (1) comments
As writers, then, we want to ask our readers to do the right kind of work, the kind that helps them engage with our stories as much as possible.