Column by Christopher Shultz
It's true that sometimes creativity and addiction go hand in hand, so what happens if you actually get addicted to creativity itself?
Column by BH Shepherd May 31, 2017
What a severe head injury can teach you about reading.
Column by Michael David Wilson
A selection of podcasts that will not only help you grow as a writer but as a human being.
Column by Matthew Quirk April 13, 2017
Matthew Quirk, author of the newly-released 'Dead Man Switch,' talks about the secret code of storytelling he learned from screenwriting.
Interview by Rob Hart
Delilah S. Dawson has written in multiple genres, dabbled in the Star Wars universe, taught for us at LitReactor... and now she's making the move over to comic books!
Column by Richard Thomas January 16, 2017
101 Ways to Make 2017 Your Best Year as a Writer Yet
Column by Rob Hart
Rob Hart's third novel is out today. It touches on ritual, which got him thinking about rituals. So he asked authors—from Lidia Yuknavitch to Stephen Graham Jones to Irvine Welsh—to share their own.
Column by Keith Rawson September 26, 2016
Ah, do the first novel blues have you biting your nails and tearing out clumps of hair? Hopefully this listicle will help you find a little balance.
Column by Rob Hart July 13, 2016
Six writers went into the woods. They all came out with words. Here's what happened. Spoiler alert: Nothing really that crazy, and seriously, why don't writers do this more often?
Column by Raine Winters June 21, 2016
Does medication really stifle creativity?
Column by Michael David Wilson May 23, 2016
An exploration into the Pomodoro Technique, timers and how you can use them to improve your writing habits.
Column by Rob Hart May 4, 2016
Want to boost your productivity? Rob Hart (author of two novels, two upcoming novels, a James Patterson novella, holder of two jobs, and father to a new baby) offers some insight.
Column by Raine Winters April 19, 2016
WARNING: Extreme cuteness contained within.
Column by Raine Winters March 9, 2016
Trauma affects every part of our lives, including our work. As writers, how do we overcome such events and use our pain to strengthen our craft skills?
Column by Michael David Wilson January 15, 2016
Find out how to write goals you can actually achieve using the SMART approach.
Column by Brandon Tietz December 7, 2015
You've just completed NaNoWriMo and have a messy first draft to show for it. Now what?
Column by BH Shepherd October 14, 2015
An unflinching personal look at one of the scariest occupational hazards facing writers.
News by Rob Hart
How do you revive a stalled story? How do know you're done? How do you write that dreaded synopsis? What's next? We've got a class starting soon that can help...
Column by Rob Hart September 8, 2015
The title says it all. Buckle up. Put on your helmet. Rob Hart is about to hurt some feelings.
Interview by Rob Hart
John Skipp on short stories, his new LitReactor class, and his latest collection: "The Art of Horrible People."
Column by Rob Hart August 28, 2015
Debut father and debut novelist Rob Hart talks to other parent-writers about baby-proofing bookshelves, finding time to write, and how to keep proprieties in order.
Column by Cath Murphy August 27, 2015
People say they write for lots of reasons. All of them are lying. All of them are wrong.
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.
I Killed Twenty People (But Not the Dog): 10 Things I Learned Writing HIT, My Violent Teen Assassin NovelColumn by Delilah S. Dawson April 28, 2015
Delilah S. Dawson shares what she learned while writing her latest novel—from the importance of counting clocks to letting the characters say the wrong thing. And why you just don't kill a dog.