Column by Joe Daly
A classic rock biography is fueled by more than just wild tales of epic hedonism. It takes exhaustive research, keen insight and rich, engaging prose. Of course, sex, drugs and rock and roll help too.
Column by Jon Gingerich
Why the best descriptions are the ones that are easily understood, yet leave a lasting impression on readers’ minds.
Column by Jack Joslin
An autopsy of William Faulkner's novel, 'The Sound and the Fury'. What makes this novel so great?
Column by Hanna Brooks Olsen
Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing makes profiting from a book or novel seem ridiculously easy. I've got an unpublished manuscript that I'm willing to sacrifice, so let's see just how simple this is.
Column by Taylor Houston
Learn all about how to write the shortest stories possible, plus enter your own 10 word/2 sentence short short for a chance to win some LitReactor swag. Short short = Win win!
Column by Jon Korn
As the new guy around the site, Jon Korn introduces himself via the favorite medium of everyone from David Letterman to Yahweh- science fiction.
Column by Rob Hart
Back in November, when the mid-season finale aired, I suggested 10 ways the writers of The Walking Dead could make the show less stupid. Did anything change between now and then? Kinda...
Column by Erin Reel
Issue 12 of Ask The Lit Coach is all about literary agents. This week we discuss whether or not US agents consider clients living outside the U.S. and what will be the fate of agents post ePublishing
Column by Rajan Khanna
A look at fantasy worlds in video games- what they offer, why they work so well together and some examples of great fantasy gaming worlds.
Column by Meredith Borders
Every month I throw two books, somehow related, into the Book Brawl ring to fight it out for the title of literary champion. Today: Jane Austen's 2 best loved comedies of manners get impolite.