Book vs. Film: 'Under The Skin'

Column by Christopher Shultz, July 7, 2015 3 comments
While different entities, Michael Faber's novel and Jonathan Glazer's film share several thematic qualities. Also, they both master the art of showing rather than telling.
10 Questions With Brian Panowich

10 Questions With Brian Panowich

Interview by Keith Rawson
July 7, 2015 (0) comments
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with debut novelist, Brian Panowich.
‘Series of Unfortunate Events’ Teaser Trailer Released

Fanmade ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’ Teaser Trailer Released

News by Raine Winters
July 6, 2015 (0) comments
Let’s hope this Netflix show is anything BUT unfortunate!
Bookshots: 'Among the Ten Thousand Things' by Julia Pierpont

Bookshots: 'Among the Ten Thousand Things' by Julia Pierpont

Review by Freddie Moore
July 6, 2015 (0) comments
A classy addition to your summer beach reads.
Noir at the Bar Staten Island At Flagship Brewery This Sunday

Noir at the Bar Staten Island At Flagship Brewery This Sunday, July 12

News by Rob Hart
July 6, 2015 (0) comments
Come on out for stories, beer, raffles, and assorted misdeeds.
Bookshots: 'Those Girls' by Chevy Stevens

Bookshots: 'Those Girls' by Chevy Stevens

Review by Cath Murphy
July 6, 2015 (0) comments
If you ever wished that Harlan Coben and Jodi Picoult would get married and make tiny baby books together, this novel is for you.

Why 'Fury Road' Is The Best-Written Movie of...Ever!

Column by Peter Derk
July 3, 2015 (13) comments
Mad Max: Fury Road's storytelling techniques and flamethrower guitars are unassailable.
LitReactor Book Club

August Book Club Selection: 'Disintegration' by Richard Thomas

July 2, 2015 (1) comments
August's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'Disintegration' by Richard Thomas.
Bookshots: 'A Planet for Rent' by Yoss

Bookshots: 'A Planet for Rent' by Yoss

Review by BH Shepherd
July 2, 2015 (0) comments
A brief review of "A Planet for Rent" by Yoss.

Eleven Tips For A Successful Book Signing

Column by Rob Hart
July 2, 2015 (2) comments
Rob threw two successful signings for his debut novel—one at an indie store, another at Barnes & Noble. Find out about the importance of post-its, booze, and guilt.
Bookshots: 'A Girl Undone' by Catherine Linka

Bookshots: 'A Girl Undone' by Catherine Linka

July 2, 2015 (0) comments
Forced on the run after a deadly government attack, Avie must find a way to escape her dangerous arranged marriage and shut the Paternalists down for good.