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.
Interview by Kasey Carpenter
The author of the controversial Rolling Stone article 'The Runaway General,' which many believe led to the resignation of General McChrystal, talks candidly about his new book 'The Operators.'
Mark Vanderpool chats with biographer, film critic, professor, and memoirist, Ed Sikov about his upcoming 5 week intensive for LitReactor: 'Charming with the Truth.'
To get to know the man behind the desk a little better, Mark Vanderpool, our Director of Education here at LitReactor, fired off a few questions to Joshua.
Interview by Keith Rawson
LitReactor interviews Josh Bazell, author of 'Beat the Reaper,' about his much anticipated follow up, 'Wild Thing.'
Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky
Surrealist storyteller Steve Erickson talks the race, religion and politics of his new novel, 'These Dreams of You.'