Column by Sadie Hartmann July 23, 2020
Five books that flip the script on musty 'ole Howard P.
Column by Christopher Shultz July 7, 2020
Released on the exact same day, Matt Ruff's 'Lovecraft Country' and Victor LaValle's 'The Ballad Of Black Tom' share some DNA, with one major difference.
Column by Max Booth III
If you're wondering what this article is about, read the title again.
Column by Gabino Iglesias August 1, 2017
I love authors. I love beer. I love having beers with authors. However, those rules don't apply to all authors. Here are fifteen I wouldn't want to share a beer with.
Review by Bart Bishop
A review of Paul La Farge's Lovecraft-inspired 'The Night Ocean.'
Review by Max Booth III
A look at Bruce Sterling's anticipated new novella.
Column by Bart Bishop
A look at America through the eyes of black men and women in 'Lovecraft Country', a clever inversion of the antiquated racism of H.P. Lovecraft's writing.
A Conversation with Nick Mamatas About Lovecraft's Legacy, Writing Conventions, and His New Novel 'I Am Providence'Interview by Rob Hart
Want to know where to start with Lovecraft, how horror differs from mystery, and about narrative flexibility? Then check out this interview with Nick Mamatas.
Column by Christopher Shultz March 4, 2016
Audiences are up in arms about whether or not 'The Witch' is scary, and in doing so, ignoring how good it is.
Column by Max Booth III December 14, 2015
Here are the only important things that happened in 2015.
Column by George Cotronis August 20, 2015
Who doesn't like free books? Nobody. Let's go back to the 18th century.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky August 20, 2015
An exciting announcement from LitReactor's Managing Editor.
Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of the short story collection "Shotguns v. Cthulhu" from Stone Skin Press.
Column by Daniel Hope April 28, 2014
Sometimes the fame doesn't come until after rigor mortis has set in.
Column by John Jarzemsky December 17, 2012
Sometimes authors--both talented and otherwise--become famous due to circumstances wholly unrelated to their work or craft.
Column by Kimberly Turner October 31, 2012
Nothing to fear but fear itself? What about dead things, evil dolls, darkness, madmen, water, spiders, and snakes? No matter what freaks you out, there's a book that'll scare the hell out of you.
Column by Jon Korn June 14, 2012
While arguments about Prometheus rage across the internet, Jon Korn looks at some of the science fiction classics that inspired it.
Column by Karina Wilson May 18, 2012
From Prometheus (Aeschylus) to Prometheus (Scott): Top ten pick of the most enduringly mad scientists in horror fiction, both before and after the reality of Dr. Josef Mengele.
Column by Jon Korn April 12, 2012
There are good songs, there are great songs, and then there are songs that reference Kurt Vonnegut. Jon Korn explores science fiction influenced music.