"Reflecting Burroughs" by Chris Kelso

Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
An exclusive excerpt of the non-fiction book "Burroughs and Scotland" by Chris Kelso.

How To Help Indie Authors Without Spending A Penny

Column by Andrew Fowlow
April 7, 2021 (5) comments
There are things you can start doing right now that will have a huge impact on an indie author and it won't even cost you a penny.

The Horror Punchline

Column by Max Booth III
April 6, 2021 (6) comments
How to structure horror fiction with a standup comedian's POV.

10 Books that Influenced "The Paradox Twins"

Column by Joshua Chaplinsky
A list of books that informed the debut novel from LitReactor Managing Editor, Joshua Chaplinsky.

The 10 Best Zombie Books You May Not Have Heard Of

Column by Jay Wilburn
April 2, 2021 (1) comments
There is a lot of terrible zombie fiction out there, but some great books using this old shambling monster do exist. Here are a few worthy zombie stories from talented authors you might have missed.

Why The WandaVision Reception Is Insulting to Comics

Column by Peter Derk
The thing is, y'all need to start reading comics already.

The Purr-fect Tail: 7 Books to Celebrate Respect Your Cat Day

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
March 28th is everyone's favorite holiday of the year: Respect Your Cat Day! Here are 7 books to help you respect your cat (which, ahem, you should definitely be doing already).

Storyville: What Do You Have the Authority to Write?

Column by Richard Thomas
Experience vs. research: What stories are yours to tell?

Five Things I Learned About Writing From Learning How To Make Games

Column by Luke Kondor
March 24, 2021 (3) comments
Most surprisingly, through the process of learning how to make games, I also picked up a few new lenses through which to look at my writing and my creativity in general.

Thirteen Musicians Who Can Also Write

Column by Gabriel Hart
Music isn't the end-all to self-expression. For a lot of us it’s just the foreword.