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.
Interview by Keith Rawson September 4, 2014
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with the uncompromising Benjamin Whitmer.
Interview by Rob Hart
'Women', the new novella from LitReactor instructor Chloe Caldwell, is a deeply personal and intimate reflection on sexuality and friendship. And we brought her by to answer some questions about it.
Interview by Max Booth III July 2, 2014
Christopher Moore stops by and talks writing, marketing, and the importance of research.
Interview by Keith Rawson June 17, 2014
LitReator goes 10 rounds with America's best crime novelist, Megan Abbott.
Interview by Keith Rawson May 20, 2014
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with Oklahoma novelist, Aaron Gwyn.
Interview by Keith Rawson May 6, 2014
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with master fantasist Jeff VanderMeer.
Interview by Emma McMorran Clark May 2, 2014
British science fiction novelist Christopher Priest has two new books out in US stores this spring, poised to trick a whole new audience with his sleight-of-word storytelling.
Interview by Emma McMorran Clark April 7, 2014
D. Foy's first novel, 'Made to Break', was published last month, sixteen years after it was written. We sat down recently to talk process, community, and why writers need an ass like leather.
A Few Questions With Evan Saathoff, Author of 'Madea Lives! A Film-by-Film Guide To Loving Tyler Perry'Interview by Meredith Borders April 4, 2014
Evan Saathoff has made a name for himself writing about Tyler Perry online. Learn more about this wonderfully weird filmmaker and the author who loves him.
Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky April 3, 2014
The bestselling author discusses all things Canadian, the state of his art, and the filthy enigma that is Raymond Gunt.
Interview by Rob Hart March 26, 2014
Delilah S. Dawson, instructor of our upcoming class BECOME A GOD, dishes on her self-publishing venture, her writing process, and celebrating a book deal by feasting on rabbit.
Interview by Taylor Houston
Seriously, what is going on inside the Swinster Pharmacy? Maybe 10 Questions with illustrator Lisa Brown can help us crack the code!
Interview by Keith Rawson March 5, 2014
Fantasist John Hornor Jacobs goes ten rounds with LitReactor.
Column by Richard Thomas February 28, 2014
Five questions with the editors of Needle, Thuglit and The Big Click — Steve Weddle, Todd Robinson, and Nick Mamatas.
Interview by BH Shepherd
An interview with Tom Hammock and Megan Hutchinson, the writer/artist team behind the new graphic novel "Will O' the Wisp: An Aurora Grimeon Story."
Interview by Leah Rhyne
Atlantic cartoonist and "Starling" author Sage Stossel sits down with LitReactor to talk writing, graphic novels, and social avoidance super powers.
Column by Richard Thomas January 22, 2014
Five quick questions with three publishers of dark fiction: ChiZine, Eraserhead, and Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing
Interview by Erin Reel
Suzy Vitello — LitReactor instructor, editor, and author — answers ten more questions upon the release of her new YA novel, 'The Moment Before'.
Interview by Keith Rawson January 10, 2014
LitReactor goes ten rounds with novelist and creator of HBO's 'True Detective,' Nic Pizzolatto
Column by Richard Thomas December 30, 2013
Some quick questions with three editors of contemporary, dark fiction.
Interview by Cath Murphy December 6, 2013
Although Amazon sometimes gives the impression it's staffed by robots, real people do work there. Publishing industry veteran Sara Nelson is one of them.
Interview by Rob Hart
'Blade of Dishonor' author Thomas Pluck chats us up about World War II as the new cowboy myth and how a good weightlifting session can distract from a bad review.