Meet horror/bizarro fiction legend and award-winning editor John Skipp. He's had a long and accomplished career in publishing. He's also a friggin' writing machine.
Samuel Sattin's debut novel has been called a "hilarious satire of manliness and superhero culture"—and he's the instructor of an upcoming LitReactor workshop! So we hit him with 10 Questions.
LitReactor gives Tom Piccirilli the rubber hose treatment in its latest 10 Questions interview.
Learn the ins and outs of self-publishing with Joseph Nassise, author of more than a dozen novels and a self-publishing expert. Class is in session on Monday.
Interview by John Jarzemsky
We catch up with author and critic Chuck Klosterman and discuss his new book, "I Wear The Black Hat."
John Mantooth stops by LitReactor for a 10 Questions chat about his extraordinary debut novel, "The Year of the Storm."
Monica Drake talks writing, inspiration, workshoppin', and her latest novel, 'The Stud Book'.
LitReactor gives Benjamin Percy the rubber hose treatment about his latest novel, 'Red Moon.'
Philadelphia’s reigning king of pulp talks up the writing life, killing critics over bad reviews, Charlie Hardie, and having drinks with Raoul Duke in LitReactor's latest 10 Questions interview.
Interview by Erin Reel
Los Angeles based literary agent, attorney and author Margaret Marr shares what writers need to know when they go indie, the fundamentals of a good agency contract and more.