Rhonda Hughes

10 Questions with Rhonda Hughes

Interview by Suzy Vitello
December 11, 2012 (1) comments
Since 2002, one of the brightest spots in Portland’s literary horizon has been Hawthorne Books, helmed by the talent magnet, Rhonda Hughes.
10 Questions with Matthew McBride

10 Questions With Matthew McBride

Interview by Rob Hart
December 4, 2012 (3) comments
Sometimes a title is so good, you just have to read the book. 'Frank Sinatra in a Blender' is like that. We posed 10 questions to the author, debut novelist Matthew McBride.
10 Questions, Chris F. Holm

10 Questions With Chris F. Holm

Interview by Rob Hart
November 8, 2012 (2) comments
Chris F. Holm, whose Collector series "[recasts] the battle between heaven and hell as Golden Era crime pulp," gets grilled by LitReactor.
10 Questions with Sean Beaudoin

10 Questions with Sean Beaudoin

Interview by Joe Daly
November 5, 2012 (4) comments
Author Sean Beaudoin has released two buzzworthy titles in one year, co-founded a popular new literary site, and pissed off half of Salon.com. He now visits LitReactor to take on our 10 Questions.
Mark Z. Danielewski

The Fifty Year Sword: An Interview With Mark Z. Danielewski

Interview by Matthew Treon
October 16, 2012 (5) comments
Mark Z. Danielewski discusses his latest book, 'The Fifty Year Sword,' the art of visual storytelling, and his future project, 'The Familiar.'
10 Questions With Jeff Noon

10 Questions With Channel SK1N Author Jeff Noon

Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky
October 11, 2012 (1) comments
We go ten rounds with the prodigal son of sci-fi/speculative/cyber-punk, Jeff Noon.
10 Questions With Michael Lowenthal

10 Questions With Michael Lowenthal

Interview by Ed Sikov
October 3, 2012 (3) comments
Michael Lowenthal was the valedictorian of his Dartmouth class. But he didn't waste his life in the pursuit of money and power. No, he became a writer!
Irvine Welsh LitReactor Interview

Politics of the Past: Irvine Welsh Revisits the 80's with Skagboys

Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky
September 18, 2012 (3) comments
Irvine Welsh talks to LitReactor about his 'Trainspotting' prequel 'Skagboys,' the film adaptation of 'Filth,' and why he feels the modern Democratic party is too conservative.
Resurfacing: An Interview with Lidia Yuknavitch

Resurfacing: An Interview with Lidia Yuknavitch on Writing, Teaching, and Bringing Dark Secrets to Light

July 25, 2012 (7) comments
Lidia Yuknavitch, author of 'The Chronology of Water' and 'Dora: A Headcase', talks about the progression from memoir to fiction and exploring the boundaries of self in a technological age.
Stephen Graham Jones

Growing Up Dead In Texas: An Interview with Stephen Graham Jones

Interview by Matthew Treon
June 14, 2012 (3) comments
Stephen Graham Jones discusses his latest novel, 'Growing Up Dead In Texas,'and blurring the lines between fiction and nonfiction.