10 Poems to Old-School Your Halloween

Column by Annie Neugebauer
October 27, 2016 (4) comments
Watching horror movies is an obvious way to celebrate the 31st, but if you want something a little more atmospheric, gathering around a campfire and reading some creepy poems aloud can’t be beat.

Witness Protection, Barbecue, and Crushing Loneliness: Highlights from the 'South Village' Book Tour

Column by Rob Hart
October 27, 2016 (2) comments
Rob Hart just got back from visiting Boston, Austin, Scottsdale, and Houston to promote his third novel—and he offers up some anecdotes from the road.

Community SPOOKlight: October 2016

Column by Peter Derk
October 27, 2016 (1) comments
What have LitReactor's best and brightest been up to this Halloween season?

What To Do When Your Book Jumps the Shark

Column by Leah Rhyne
October 26, 2016 (1) comments
Sometimes a story can get away from its author, going places it never should have dared. What can the author do to pull it back in and make it (hopefully) good again?

Tech and Product Round-up: October Edition

Column by Christopher Shultz
October 26, 2016 (2) comments
Actually funny A.I., touch-feely Magic Bars, manga mania, and "The Return of Short Stories."

12 Horror Novellas to Read on Halloween Night

Column by Max Booth III
October 24, 2016 (3) comments
Short spooks perfect for Halloween night.

Manga For Beginners: Horror!

Column by Christopher Irvin
Manga For Beginners! A column dedicated to introducing readers to a range of fantastic Japanese comics.

5 Spooky Non-Fiction Reads for Halloween

Column by George Cotronis
Truly spooky non-fiction books. Do they exist? Join me as I go through five terrifying offerings from the non-fiction shelf.

Post-Mortem: Can 80s YA Horror Stand the Test of Time?

Column by Leah Rhyne
October 20, 2016 (5) comments
Can the 1980s YA horror novels that helped shape one girl's writing career stand the test of time?

6 Horrible Comic Book Presidents (and One Good One)

Column by Bart Bishop
October 20, 2016 (1) comments
A look at the last 40 years of comic book political satire, with real presidents turned into supervillains and supervillains turned into presidents.