A Brief History Of Folk Horror In Literature

Column by Christopher Shultz
The term "folk horror" might have originally only referred to films, but there is a lush history of novels and short stories that definitely belong to the subgenre.

The 13 Best Women Writing Horror Today

Column by Meredith Borders February 15, 2019
It's Women in Horror Month, so let's talk women in horror!

What Writers REALLY Want for the Holidays

Column by Annie Neugebauer
What do writers REALLY want for the holidays? A group of 11 authors share their honest answers, sneakily publishing their wish lists whilst giving you great ideas for the writers in your life. ;)

My 13 Favorite Audiobooks So Far

Column by Annie Neugebauer
My top 13 audiobooks of the 70 I've listened to so far.

Celebrating Success: How 5 Authors Celebrated Their First Story Sale

Column by Michael David Wilson July 31, 2017
An exploration of how five authors celebrated that sweetest of sales.

10 Books About Fictional Films and Filmmakers

Column by Joshua Chaplinsky February 23, 2017
Fiction is stranger than truth in these fabricated cinematic histories.
Gemma Files, Horror, Writing Craft, Class

10 Questions with LitReactor Instructor and Horror Writer Gemma Files

Still afraid of the monsters underneath your bed? So are we. Want to write about it? We caught up with acclaimed horror writer, Gemma Files, to find out how she confronts the monstrous.
The Cutting Room

Bookshots: 'The Cutting Room' edited by Ellen Datlow

Review by Christopher Shultz
Just in time for Halloween, a collection of short, scary tales involving films and filmmaking.