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Chuck surprised us all with a new batch of essays for 2014 & 2015! There is no exact timeline on how these will roll out, so just keep an eye on the site.
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Essays from the doctor himself, Stephen Graham Jones. Stephen is a critically acclaimed author and instructor here at LitReactor.
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36 exclusive craft essays on writing you won't find anywhere else online. The knowledge here is equivalent to what you'd get in an MFA program.
In: CharacterIn honor of Stephen King's birthday, here is a letter to one of my favorite characters of his, Carrie White.
In: Literary DevicesTen literary devices to help with your fiction.
By Cina Pelayo
In: Live ReadingYes, a literal bookselling monster. Named Archivos.
In: VoiceHow depression can lead to catharsis in your storytelling.
In: RewritingAdvice on how to stop destroying your work-in-progress by pulling on threads.
In: AbstractsAn open letter to Charlotte Perkins Gilman that reflects on postpartum and her story "The Yellow Wallpaper."
By Joshua Isard
In: CharacterCharacters don't need to develop all the time. We're fine.
By Lor Gislason
In: ClicheMasterClass offers numerous courses for aspiring writers. But are such classes worth the investment? This article seeks to address that concern and give you a brief overview of some of the sessions.