Interview by Cath Murphy
Although Amazon sometimes gives the impression it's staffed by robots, real people do work there. Publishing industry veteran Sara Nelson is one of them.
'Blade of Dishonor' author Thomas Pluck chats us up about World War II as the new cowboy myth and how a good weightlifting session can distract from a bad review.
LitReactor goes ten rounds with the legendary, award winning James Sallis.
Interview by Paul Tremblay
Paul Tremblay hits Nick Mamatas with LitReactor's patent-pending 10 Questions! Find out why Mamatas thinks catharsis doesn't exist for authors and brand-building is bullshit.
On October 17th, Johnny Shaw is teaching his class, 'The Next Draft.' Keith Rawson sat down with Johnny to ask him 10 questions about his writing method.
Interview by J.I. Baker
The bestselling author of the Jack Reacher novels talks storytelling and the state of publishing.
LitReactor gives John Rector, the bestselling author of "The Cold Kiss" and "Already Gone," the rubber hose treatment, with its latest 10 Questions interview.
If there was an asteroid hurtling toward Earth, what would you do? If you're Ben H. Winter's protagonist Detective Hank Palace, you don't quit just because the apocalypse is nigh.
Steve Weddle's upcoming novel explores the trials and travails of small town America. He's also the editor of NEEDLE and a LitReactor instructor. We hit him with some questions...
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.