An experiment in self-publishing. What works, what doesn't, all in real time.
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. Let our resident agent, Bree Ogden, answer your questions!
An in-depth look at some of the most unfilmable works of fiction that have been... filmed.
In Book Brawl, two books that are somehow related will get in the ring and fight it out for the coveted honor of being declared literary champion. Two books enter. One book leaves.
Every month here at LitReactor, we celebrate reading with a new selection in our Book Club.
You know the old saying that the book is always better than the movie? Well in this column we put that theory to the test.
Yes, at LitReactor, we consider comics to be literature. Deal with it.
Dragons and Goblins and Wizards, oh my! Rajan Khanna, our resident Fantasy nerd, has entire worlds to show you.
We challenge you to figure out the plot of an old science-fiction novel based solely on its crazy cover.
Part of an ongoing series profiling some of the best independent bookstores in the country
When was the last time you hugged a librarian?
Top 5s, Top 10s, even Top 8's. Everyone loves lists! And we have a ton of 'em!
Where we've been, where we're headed.
LURID: vivid in shocking detail; sensational, horrible in savagery or violence, or, a guide to the merits of the kind of Bad Books you never want your co-workers to know you're reading.
A look at overlooked, underloved books.
Every month we toil in the dank, dark mines of literary obscurity to bring the LitReactor faithful a few choice titles hitting the shelves.
In this surgical approach to a book review, we take a scalpel to literary classics to see what makes their hearts pump.
Frightened of embarking on a new literary journey? Primer showcases authors and genres by looking at their most popular books.
An unconventional look at literary debates. Get ready to argue...
Our monthly flash fiction challenge. We give you a picture, you write 250 words. If it's good, you win glory. And prizes.
An inside view of the publishing industry from a foot soldier.
To blag (v): to sound like you know what you’re talking about when you don’t The Blagger’s Guide to Literature (n): an invaluable resource for those who wish to blag about books without reading them.
Our resident Lit Coach, Erin Reel, answers questions relating to the publishing industry.
Young Adult literature: Not just for kids.
Just because it's popular doesn't mean it's good. We hand down the harsh truth.