Taking the Stage: How Storytellers Saved My Ambition to Write

Column by Nathan Scalia
The story of how I fell into a hole with my writing career, and the strategy I developed to climb back out.

Catherynne M. Valente's 'Space Opera' and the Delights of a Plotless Novel

Column by Bart Bishop
A look at Catherynne M. Valente’s 'Space Opera', an almost plotless novel that is more poetry than prose.

A Horror Novel Novice Takes a Stab at Halloween-y Books

Column by Karis Rogerson
A dyed-in-the-wool YA happy-book reader experiments with some horror novels. It's...not promising.

The Lost Art of the Graphic Novel Introduction

Column by Bart Bishop
A look back at when comic book trade paperbacks and graphic novels were so new, they attracted A-list celebrities to write the introductions.

7 Highly Anticipated Book Adaptations of 2017

Column by Max Booth III
Why read the book when you can just watch the movie, right? [ducks tomato]

10 Books to Distract You From the Awful Shit Happening Right Now

Column by Christopher Shultz November 22, 2016
If you have no more fucks to give, why not curl up with some "happy place" books?

6 Horrible Comic Book Presidents (and One Good One)

Column by Bart Bishop October 20, 2016
A look at the last 40 years of comic book political satire, with real presidents turned into supervillains and supervillains turned into presidents.
Thank Heavens: New 'American Gods' Trailer

Thank Heavens: New 'American Gods' Trailer

News by Peter Derk July 28, 2016
Magic, mystery, and sledgehammers: the new trailer for Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods' is here.

Gerard Way, 'The Children's Crusade' and the Death Rattle of Vertigo Comics

Column by Bart Bishop May 24, 2016
In the wake of Gerard Way's Young Animals mature comics imprint announcement, we look back at that time Vertigo attempted a line-wide crossover.
'Space Raptor Butt Invasion' and the Other Hugo Award Finalists

'Space Raptor Butt Invasion' and the Other Hugo Award Finalists

News by Peter Derk April 27, 2016
Hugo Award finalists have been announced, and they include 'Fury Road', Neil Gaiman, and 'Space Raptor Butt Invasion.'

22 of the Best Single Sentences on Writing

Column by Christopher Shultz April 8, 2016
If good writing is succinct and concise, then shouldn't the same be true of writing advice?

LitReactor Community Spotlight: March 2016

Column by Nathan Scalia March 3, 2016
The official LitReactor community update for March 2016.
The Winds of Winter

Neil Gaiman NOT Co-Writing George R.R. Martin's Book

News by Peter Derk February 23, 2016
A tongue-in-cheek fantasy about a Gaiman/Martin collaboration turns into news somehow.

Writing Tag Teams: How to Collaborate on a Novel

Column by Max Booth III
A look into why and how to collaborate on a novel, with advice from some of the best in the business.
Bookshots: 'The Sandman: Overture Deluxe Edition' by Neil Gaiman

Bookshots: 'The Sandman: Overture Deluxe Edition' by Neil Gaiman

Review by Chris Rosales
"The Sandman: Overture Deluxe Edition" will be released November 11th in comic shops and November 17th in bookstores.
Francis Lawrence to Produce TV Adaptation of ‘Neverwhere’

Francis Lawrence to Produce TV Adaptation of ‘Neverwhere’

News by Raine Winters September 21, 2015
Please make Gaiman fans proud!
‘American Gods’ TV Adaptation Begins Production in March

‘American Gods’ TV Adaptation Begins Production in March

News by Raine Winters
… and the world wants to know who will play Shadow Moon!
Neil Gaiman to Pen Episodes of ‘American Gods’

Neil Gaiman to Pen Episodes of ‘American Gods’

News by Raine Winters June 29, 2015
The infamous author will undoubtedly skyrocket the Starz adaptation to fame!
Starz Officially Orders 'American Gods' Series

Starz Officially Orders 'American Gods' Series

News by Emily Rose Lathrop June 16, 2015
Rejoice! Give thanks to all the pantheons! Starz has officially ordered a series based on Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods. '

10 Bloodlust-Satisfying Deaths in Fiction

Column by Christopher Shultz May 8, 2015
WARNING: HUGE SPOILERS. Sometimes, there are villains in fiction that we hate with a burning passion, and seeing them die satiates our bloodlusty desires.

Neil Gaiman Live in Tulsa: An Eyewitness Report

Column by Christopher Shultz
March 10, 2015: It's true that the man behind 'American Gods' and 'The Sandman' is a "rock-star," but he's certainly no stoned and drunken narcissist.
Neil Gaiman Gives 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture

Neil Gaiman Gives 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture

News by Emily Rose Lathrop
Neil Gaiman delivered the 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture, entitled "Immortality and Adams" on March 3, 2015.
Neil Gaiman Performs Original Song Live

Neil Gaiman Performs Original Song Live

News by Raine Winters
The famous author’s Valentine’s performance of “I Google You” is one that will surely be remembered.

10 Great Loose Film Adaptations

Column by Christopher Shultz February 20, 2015
The term "loose adaption" can make bookish people cringe. But there are plenty of amazing films that don't religiously stick to the source material. Here are ten.