Interview by Annie Neugebauer
It's finally here! Literary horror anthology "Suspended in Dusk II" from Grey Matter Press. To celebrate, we spoke to editor Simon Dewar and publisher Anthony Rivera.
Column by Leah Dearborn
"Dear Friend of the Millay Society," reads a letter from Board President, Vincent Elizabeth Barnett. "I am calling on you to help us Save Steepletop. We are in danger of closing our doors."
Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky July 10, 2018
The comedian and television star discusses writing the first book of his intended trilogy.
Interview by Steph Post
An interview with "The Fairfax Incident" author Terrence McCauley.
Interview by Christoph Paul
We talk publishing with Justin Kassab, the Managing Editor of Oddities by Kaylie Jones Books.
In Conversation: Alex Segura and Joe Clifford on PI Fiction, Flawed Characters and Fighting Your DemonsInterview by Alex Segura May 9, 2018
LitReactor instructors Joe Clifford and Alex Segura talk PI fiction to mark the latest adventures featuring their recurring characters, Jay Porter and Pete Fernandez.
Interview by Rob Hart May 8, 2018
Owen Laukkanen takes a break from his hit Stevens and Windermere series to give us a brand new tale of adventure on the high seas--and we posed some questions to him about it.
Interview by Steph Post May 7, 2018
An interview with Jeffery Hess, author of the novels 'Tushhog' and 'Beachhead'.
Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky April 11, 2018
The science fiction author talks "Noon's Laws", avant-pulp, and his new novel, "The Body Library".
Elle Nash On Writing As A Parent, Tom Spanbauer's Basement, and Her New Novel 'Animals Eat Each Other'Interview by Rob Hart April 3, 2018
Elle Nash discusses her debut, in which a girl with no name embarks on a fraught three-way relationship with Matt, a satanist and a tattoo artist, and his girlfriend Hannah, a new mom.
Interview by Steph Post March 15, 2018
An interview with Southern author Taylor Brown on his latest novel, "Gods of Howl Mountain."
Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky
Author and MFA Program Director Joshua Isard talks about what to expect from his new class, The Cornerstones of Short Story Writing, and the pros and cons of getting an MFA.
Interview by Christoph Paul March 8, 2018
The Contributors of the "Tragedy Queens" anthology talk about their muses.
Interview by Max Booth III
Where is Amazon's Heartbreaking and Surreal Explorations of Loss and Grief category?
Interview by Rob Hart January 19, 2018
'Nasty!', available now from King Shot Press, is a kick-ass collection of essays about body positivity, sexual empowerment, overcoming adversity, and more... and it's all for a good cause.
Interview by Annie Neugebauer
An interview with Dan Coxon--an award-winning editor, author, copy-editor and proofreader--about his fields, genres, and new weird literary journal, "Tales From the Shadow Booth."
Interview by Max Booth III December 19, 2017
Eryk Pruitt discuses his upcoming true crime podcast about the murder that still haunts his home town of Durham, NC, as well as his recently released novel.
Interview by Brandon Tietz December 18, 2017
Mark Gottlieb is a literary agent with the prestigious Trident Media Group, which has represented many bestselling projects. Brandon Tietz of LitReactor interviews.
Interview by Justin Hunter
Punk rock, Ninja Turtles, addiction and loss. Nick Gregorio's debut novel, 'Good Grief,' has it all. Justin Hunter sits down with Gregorio to discuss the life, Turtles, and writing.
Interview by David Cranmer November 13, 2017
David Cranmer chats with Frank Bill about his latest novel, 'The Savage,' what he’s been up to since the release of 'Donnybrook'(2013), and how he feels about it being turned into a film.
Interview by Max Booth III September 26, 2017
He's also adapting Clive Barker's "The Great and Secret Show" with Josh Boone.
Interview by Rob Hart
Leza Cantoral stops by for a chat about her poetry, her podcasting, her writing, and some gossip about her fiancé, fellow writer Christoph Paul.
Interview by Brian Allen Carr August 8, 2017
An interview with Scott McClanahan regarding "The Sarah Book."
Interview by Max Booth III July 26, 2017
Vampires, serial killers, and West Texas.
'The Woman From Prague': How To Crowdsource An Interview On Social Media When You're Tired Of Writing Promotional PostsInterview by Rob Hart
Pirate novels, Krav Maga, crabs, and one answer that'll probably make a whole bunch of people angry.