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.
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."