Paul Tremblay, Sarah Langan and John Langan Talk About The Horror Genre, And Their New Class Kicking Off Monday
Meet some of the instructors from our first multi-teacher class, geared toward creating tension, building dread, and writing a better horror story.
Christopher Bram's class, 'Beginning the Novel,' kicks off on Monday, May 28. We posed five questions to the instructor, to give you a sense of his style, and the class.
Master screenwriter Scott Myers answers from questions for us on good movie scripts and the common mistakes that new screenwriters make. His LitReactor class starts this Monday.
Jack Ketchum joins LitReactor for 'Talking Scars,' a four-week class that will reveal the dynamics for how to craft compelling horror and suspense stories. You'll want to write with the lights on.
Interview by Keith Rawson
Keith Rawson interviews the author of 'Blackbirds' and 'Terrible Minds,' overlord Chuck Wendig, about his latest novel, his career, and most importantly, tacos and booze.
5 Questions with LitReactor's Master of Craft, Jon Gingerich; 'Fundamentals of Short Fiction' Starts Monday
Jon Gingerich's class, 'Fundamentals of Short Fiction', starts Monday, and here's a preview of what he's going to be talking about...
5 Questions With Returning LitReactor Instructor, Holiday Reinhorn; 'Embracing The Practice' Starts Monday
Holiday Reinhorn returns to LitReactor to teach her hit class, Embracing the Practice. We posed some questions to her, so you can get a sense of her style, and the class.
5 Questions With LitReactor's Latest Instructor, Vanessa Veselka; 'Leading With Voice' Starts Monday
Vanessa Veselka's class, LEADING WITH VOICE, is in session on Monday. We've posed five questions to her, about the immediacy of the first-person narrative, and her debut novel 'Zazen.'
In a few days, LitReactor will be unveiling a new class: FULLY REALIZED WORLDS with Kris Saknussemm. To introduce you all to Kris and his teachings, we've fired a few questions his way.
We're excited to have Christa Faust teaching for us. Here's why you shouldn't miss her class--especially if you love the hardboiled genre, and want to write strong women.