Column by Peter Derk
Like driving around and looking at the best light displays, except your parents aren't there, you can be loaded, and it's all great, weird, small press books.
Review by Gabino Iglesias
A review of the "novel in three acts."
Column by Susan DeFreitas September 8, 2016
Books from big publishers tend to get big love from media outlets, booksellers, and readers. But the small press publishing landscape is full of books that are just as great, but weirder.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
October's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'Gun, Needle, Spoon' by Patrick O'Neil.