Column by Gabino Iglesias November 1, 2018
Okay, so maybe I'm freaking out a bit about having "Coyote Songs" out in the world...
Column by Gabino Iglesias
In the last three years, I've seen so many indie presses come and go that I've lost count. I asked some experts to help me figure out why.
Column by David James Keaton
...or Slam Dunk at the Mesoamerican Ballgame. An introduction to "Hard Sentences: Crime Fiction Inspired by Alcatraz."
Review by Christoph Paul
A review of Michael Kazepis' new story collection, published by Broken River Books.
Unprintable: The LitReactor Podcast Episode 28 - Bilingual Narratives, Diversity in Crime Fiction, and AWP (Guests: Gabino Iglesias & J. David Osborne)Podcast by Rob Hart April 14, 2016
News by Rob Hart
AWP is nearly upon us. You know what that means? PARTY TIME. We can promise you guns, drugs, and clowns. Wait, we mean, food, adult beverages, and good conversation.
Interview by Max Booth III
Max chats with Scott Adlerberg about how genre can potentially limit writers.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
November's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'The Last Projector' by David James Keaton.
Review by Max Booth III June 10, 2015
A look at Adam Cesare's latest horror novel.
Column by Max Booth III February 20, 2015
Whoever told you not to judge a book by its cover must have been trying to sell you one ugly-ass book.
Review by Keith Rawson October 30, 2014
Look! Up in the sky! It's a jellyfish! It's a squid! It's a dildo! No, wait, it's David James Keaton's Post-Modern Crime novel, 'The Last Projector'!
News by Rob Hart
Meet the four badass publishers who will be rewarding our most prolific readers!