10 Words You Literally Didn’t Know You Were Getting Wrong

Column by Taylor Houston
October 3, 2012 (61) comments
Thanks to Joe Biden's mega-gaffe last month at the DNC, we were reminded that "literally" literally means you are being "literal". Here are a few more words you might want to revisit.

New This Month: October Reads

Column by John Jarzemsky
October 2, 2012 (3) comments
A look at what's dropping in the month of October.

LitRecapper: The One Year Anniversary

Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
October 1, 2012 (23) comments
LitReactor is officially a year old. Let's tear the roof off this mother. Also, polls and T-shirts!

Ask The Agent: Write What You Love or Write To A Certain Market? and More

Column by Bree Ogden
October 1, 2012 (1) comments
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week's Ask the Agent will explore and dissect a few of the industry’s mysteries straight from the shoulder.

Marvel NOW! - What Is It And Why Should You Care?

Column by Kelly Thompson
September 28, 2012 (5) comments
What is Marvel's upcoming event "Marvel NOW!" all about and why you should care.

LURID: Saucy Jack - The Ripper In Horror Fiction

Column by Karina Wilson
September 28, 2012 (3) comments
On the anniversary of the 'double event,' Lurid takes a look at the long shadow that Jack The Ripper, the original caped crusader, has cast on horror fiction to the present day.

UPDATED WITH WINNER: LitReactor's Flash Fiction Smackdown: September Edition

Column by Rob Hart
September 28, 2012 (32) comments
Can you thrill us in 250 words or less? If so, you might win a prize!

The Art of the Content Edit: 10 Ways To Make Sure You're Doing It Right

Column by Rob Hart
The proofreading phase is when a book gets pretty--but the content edit is when you really bring the story home. Here's how to do it right.

Guess The Plot, Episode IV: A Galaxy Of Wonder

Column by Jon Korn
September 27, 2012 (9) comments
Can you figure out what this classic Science Fiction book is about by examining its freaky-ass cover?

Getting Over It, Getting It Out: On Embracing A Bad First Draft

Column by Jon Gingerich
September 26, 2012 (13) comments
Let's face it: the first draft of anything is going to be awful. That's okay. In fact, here's why it's encouraged.