Creating Your Literary Foundation

Column by Erin Reel
October 18, 2012 (15) comments
What literary works create a strong foundation for a writer? LitReactor instructors and esteemed literary figures Lidia Yuknavitch, Ed Sikov, Holiday Reinhorn, Suzy Vitello and Bree Ogden share.

Is Reading Sexy?

Column by John Jarzemsky
October 18, 2012 (32) comments
The battle to save reading and literature rages on, but is the latest plan of aligning reading with sexiness a good one?

Primer: Neil Gaiman, Storyteller

Column by Rajan Khanna
October 17, 2012 (11) comments
A primer for the uninitiated on Neil Gaiman and his fantastical body of work.

Adventures In Self-Publishing Part 3: So, Can We Talk About Some Stuff?

Column by Rob Hart
October 16, 2012 (25) comments
Empirical evidence: If you don't put much effort into selling your self-published work, you will not sell any copies!

Recap: The Walking Dead 3.01 - Seed

Column by Rob Hart
October 15, 2012 (1) comments
Watching the first episode of The Walking Dead's third season is like watching a completely different show. 'Seed' is the best episode since the show's first.

Ask The Agent: Guerrilla Marketing And What You Should Expect From An Agent

Column by Bree Ogden
October 15, 2012 (3) comments
How important is guerrilla marketing and what should an agent actually do for you? On this installment of Ask the Agent with Bree Ogden.

LURID: Scream If You Want To Go Faster - The Live Horror Experience

Column by Karina Wilson
October 12, 2012 (4) comments
It's Scare Season! That means horror stories are crawling out of books and movies, and into mazes, haunted houses and hayrides near you. Lurid takes a look at the ultimate transmedia experience.

10 Things The Walking Dead Has To Do To Keep Me Watching

Column by Kelly Thompson
October 12, 2012 (13) comments
What are the 10 things The Walking Dead needs to do this season to keep me watching? Let's find out!

Return to the Masculine: The Reemergence of Men's Pulp Fiction in the Age of eBooks

Column by Keith Rawson
October 11, 2012 (9) comments
"Men's pulp fiction" is making a big bloody,six guns blazing, nuclear fallout of a comeback in the age of eReaders and you should come along for the ride!

Big ‘A’ Little ‘a’: Writing Between the Concrete and Abstract

Column by Jon Gingerich
October 10, 2012 (14) comments
One the most widely misunderstood — yet crucial — skills a writer must learn is the ability to put specific actions on the page that transcend into larger, universal concepts.