Interview by Karina Wilson August 27, 2015
Cities across the world are appointing official city poets as a badge of civic pride. Passing fad, or permanent shift in the landscape? West Hollywood's Steven Reigns gives us the skinny.
Interview by Emma McMorran Clark July 21, 2015
Against the backdrop of Comic-con 2015, Chuck Palahniuk talks about comic writing, workshops, and Reese Witherspoon's business.
Interview by Keith Rawson
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with debut novelist, Brian Panowich.
Interview by Rob Hart
David James Keaton has a new book out, so we put the screws to him. Learn about his writing process, which involves hitting bottom, and get more Western recommendations than you can handle.
Interview by Rob Hart June 29, 2015
Joshua Mohr—acclaimed author and LitReactor instructor extraordinaire—has a new book out, so him and Rob Hart talked about finding time to write when you have a baby.
Interview by Keith Rawson June 10, 2015
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with our own Rob Hart.
Interview by Keith Rawson June 2, 2015
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with horror master Paul Tremblay.
Interview by Leah Dearborn
Ken Welch talks about the nuts and bolts of running a rare books business.
Interview by Keith Rawson May 26, 2015
Keith Rawson goes 10 rounds with LitReactor's own Richard Thomas.
Interview by Keith Rawson April 15, 2015
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with legendary crime novelist, Lynn Kostoff.
Interview by Rob Hart April 8, 2015
Rob Hart and Bryon Quertermous have an... interesting publishing history together. So they decided to hash out their differences to mark the release of Bryon's new book, MURDER BOY.
Interview by Rob Hart
David Corbett, a regular and wildly popular LitReactor instructor, has a new novel out. So we thought it was a good time for ten questions...
Interview by Keith Rawson March 17, 2015
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with thriller writer, Owen Laukkanen.
Interview by Rob Hart March 4, 2015
Meet Ed Kurtz, a hell of a writer with a real talent for finding honesty and humanity in darkness. Also, find out which one of his books is, apparently, the worst book one person ever read.
Interview by Nik Korpon
We sat down to talk with writer Duane Swierczynski about relaunching the Black Hood comic line this month.
Interview by Keith Rawson February 10, 2015
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with Los Angeles novelist, Richard Lange.
Interview by Rob Hart February 4, 2015
We pose 10 questions to R. P. Lester, whose novel includes "crime, drug use, smartass, alcoholism, guns, domestic violence, laughter, death, a horny mountain goat verging on madness..."
Interview by Peter Derk
Gabe Durham, series editor for Boss Fight Books, and writer of 'Fun Camp' and 'Bible Adventures' answers questions about video games, writing, editing, and Shakespeare's love of dick jokes.
Column by Peter Derk November 24, 2014
A real chat with a real counselor. Learn how to talk to your family and friends about your writing habit, ask them for more time or to support you. Free therapy right here!
Interview by Elle Nash November 21, 2014
In the wake of controversy surrounding Lena Dunham's new book, Yuknavitch discusses the importance of subversion in non-fiction.
October 29, 2014
What would you like to know about queer and trans writers? We caught up with writer and LitReactor instructor, Cooper Lee Bombardier, to ask ten questions about his work.
Interview by Keith Rawson October 22, 2014
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with novelist Urban Waite.
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.
Interview by Rob Hart September 15, 2014
Chelsea Cain, author of the newly-released 'One Kick,' talks about the risks of hard-drive recovery for crime fiction writers, and the one true secret to writing success.