Interview by Stephanie Bonjack
Historical fiction writer extraordinaire Jack Marshall Maness goes ten rounds after the publication of his second novel, 'Where Waters Converge.'
Interview by Christopher Shultz
Nicole Cushing talks transgressive writing, getting into dark character's heads, and her love of Svengoolie.
Interview by Max Booth III
Max chats with Scott Adlerberg about how genre can potentially limit writers.
This January 12th, Polis Books will release 'Bad Beat', a digital short story crossing over Hart's amateur PI Ash McKenna and Segura's investigative reporter Pete Fernandez.
Rob chats with Delilah S. Dawson about pen names, author promotion, writing different perspectives, and her new fantasy novel, 'Wake of Vultures'.
Interview by Keith Rawson
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with novelist, Matt Bell.
Patrick Wensink, author behind the legendary Jack Daniel's cover book, is back with a new novel, 'Fake Fruit Factory', about small town beset by a stagnant tourism, a crashing satellite, and a mummy.
John Skipp on short stories, his new LitReactor class, and his latest collection: "The Art of Horrible People."
Interview by Karina Wilson
Cities across the world are appointing official city poets as a badge of civic pride. Passing fad, or permanent shift in the landscape? West Hollywood's Steven Reigns gives us the skinny.
Interview by Emma McMorran Clark
Against the backdrop of Comic-con 2015, Chuck Palahniuk talks about comic writing, workshops, and Reese Witherspoon's business.