Interview by Sadie Hartmann April 18, 2022
When I think of hot titles releasing in 2022, CONVULSIVE by Joe Koch is at the top of the list. To celebrate the book's publication, I took the opportunity to have a chat with Joe.
Column by Sadie Hartmann
Here's how to build your horror library and discover new favorite authors without spending all your money, wasting precious reading time, or taking up space on your shelves.
Column by David James Keaton
"Tales From the Crust: An Anthology of Pizza Horror" is out today, and it is a plague unleashed upon the horror genre. Read the intro, for free, RIGHT HERE!
Column by Annie Neugebauer
Are you a writer who's only tried your hand at novels, poetry, or essays? Here are 9 reasons writing short fiction might be worth your time.
Column by Christopher Shultz
Some visual writing prompts speak, and some of them scream.
Column by Leah Dearborn July 1, 2015
All writing begins with an idea, but the process between that initial spark and a finished draft can vary considerably dependent on the finished product’s purpose.
Review by Leah Rhyne
In his new short story/poetry collection, Neil Gaiman takes readers on adventures through times and spaces in worlds near and far, young and old.
News by Dean Fetzer April 23, 2013
A new writing contest sponsored by the Italian design house on the subject “the reality and its perception”.
5 Questions with LitReactor's Master of Craft, Jon Gingerich; 'Fundamentals of Short Fiction' Starts MondayInterview by Rob Hart
Jon Gingerich's class, 'Fundamentals of Short Fiction', starts Monday, and here's a preview of what he's going to be talking about...