Interview by Gabriel Hart
The experimental mid-west trans author/editor opens fire.
Review by Sadie Hartmann
A punishing yet rewarding read that is not for everybody. Includes thoughts on reviewing extreme transgressive literature in general.
Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky
We talk to Chris Kelso about his new book, as well as creating transgressive art in trying times.
Column by Peter Derk June 17, 2019
Is 2019 too sensitive for these titles?
Column by Autumn Christian May 29, 2019
Edgy fiction is difficult to pull off - and requires a depth and understanding of history, literature, and yourself. It's not about repeating what's been done before. It's about expanding it.
Column by Christoph Paul June 16, 2017
*According to one guy, so you're probably going to disagree.
Interview by Christopher Shultz April 29, 2016
Nicole Cushing talks transgressive writing, getting into dark character's heads, and her love of Svengoolie.
Review by Christopher Shultz
Entertaining, heartfelt short stories about morally-dubious people doing morally-dubious things.
October Book Club Selection: 'Burnt Tongues: An Anthology of Transgressive Fiction' edited by Chuck Palahniuk, et alNews by Joshua Chaplinsky
October's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'Burnt Tongues: An Anthology of Transgressive Fiction' edited by Chuck Palahniuk, Richard Thomas and Dennis Widmyer.
Review by Brandon Tietz
LitReactor reviews "Limiters" by Christopher Stoddard.
News by Sean May January 20, 2014
The Fight Club author has co-edited a hefty tome of transgressive fiction, set to release later this year.
Column by Cath Murphy June 27, 2013
Pushing the boundaries is what good fiction does. But are there some lines we as writers should never cross?
Essay by Craig Clevenger March 7, 2013
Column by Bree Ogden November 26, 2012
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week in Ask the Agent, I’ll explore & dissect a few of the industry’s mysteries, straight from the shoulder.
Column by Phil Jourdan February 29, 2012
A critical look at how a fight club could turn into Project Mayhem — as part of a new series of columns on transgressive fiction.
Ask The Lit Coach: "Should Writers Settle Themselves Into A Single Genre In Order To Be Successfully Published?" and MoreColumn by Erin Reel October 24, 2011
Author branding and the outlook for Transgressive fiction are the subjects in the 2nd issue of Ask The Lit Coach.