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.
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with debut novelist, Brian Panowich.
David James Keaton has a new book out, so we put the screws to him. Learn about his writing process, which involves hitting bottom, and get more Western recommendations than you can handle.
Joshua Mohr—acclaimed author and LitReactor instructor extraordinaire—has a new book out, so him and Rob Hart talked about finding time to write when you have a baby.
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with our own Rob Hart.
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with horror master Paul Tremblay.
Interview by Leah Dearborn
Ken Welch talks about the nuts and bolts of running a rare books business.