Alma Katsu: Highlighting the Personal in the Historical

Alma Katsu: Highlighting the Personal in the Historical

Interview by Jena Brown
The bestselling author discusses her boldest, most personal work yet.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Bram Stoker Awards®

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Bram Stoker Awards®

Interview by Sadie Hartmann
An interview prompted by a tweet. I saw some speculation on the process used to determine Bram Stoker Award nominees and winners. I wanted to dig into this information a little.
John Vercher: After the Lights Go Out interview

John Vercher: After the Lights Go Out

Interview by Gabino Iglesias
John Vercher talks "After the Lights Go Out," his superb new novel about family, anger, loss, fighting, and dementia.
Kelby Losack: At The Intersection of Love and Grit

Kelby Losack: At The Intersection of Love and Grit

Interview by Gabriel Hart
Gabriel Hart interviews Gulf Coast Texas writer Kelby Losack, author of "Letting Out the Devils."
Angelique Pesce & Christine Marie Eberle:

Angelique Pesce & Christine Marie Eberle: An Unfolding Story

Interview by Ben Tanzer
The two authors discuss their takes on writing and spirituality.
Max Thrax: "Noir Gets Itself In Trouble"

Max Thrax: "Noir Gets Itself In Trouble"

Interview by Gabriel Hart
An interview with Max Thrax, author of "God Is A Killer."
Interview: Tade Thompson

Tade Thompson: Finding What Works

Interview by Jena Brown
The prolific author of the Molly Southbourne Trilogy talks process and craft.
indie publishing

Interview: Lindy Ryan and Max Gold of the HWA Publisher's Council

Interview by Sadie Hartmann May 11, 2022
There is no time like the present for the HWA to put together a Publisher's Council. I checked in with Lindy Ryan and Max Gold to ask some questions about its purpose.
Anita K. Newman: debut Children’s author

Anita K. Newman: “Never give up!” A Conversation with the debut Children’s Book Author

Interview by Ben Tanzer
Newman discusses writing and meeting the needs of children through story.
Alexandrine Ogundimu

Alexandrine Ogundimu: Actively Courting Destruction

Interview by Gabriel Hart
Gabriel Hart interviews Chicago transgressive author Alexandrine Ogundimu.
Dark Horrorsong: An Interview with Joe Koch

Dark Horrorsong: An Interview with Joe Koch

Interview by Sadie Hartmann
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.
Los Suelos, CA

"Collective Creative Work Is The Way" — An Interview with Interactive Literary Site Los Suelos, CA

Interview by Gabriel Hart April 7, 2022
Gabriel Hart interviews the creators of the new multi-media interactive literary site benefiting California agricultural workers.
Catriona Ward interview

Catriona Ward: Learning to Fail

Interview by Jena Brown
The author of "The Last House on Needless Street" discusses her latest book, why she loves horror, and why failure is a necessary skill for every writer to learn.
A Conversation with Debut Author Deborah Greenhut.

“Yeah, I Think It’s Starting to Work”: A Conversation with Debut Author Deborah Greenhut

Interview by Ben Tanzer March 28, 2022
"The Hoarder's Wife" author talks the confining nature of psychological disorder and the freedom of writing about it.
A Conversation with Alex Segura, author of "Secret Identity"

A Conversation with Alex Segura, author of "Secret Identity"

Interview by Steph Post
Alex Segura talks the collision of mystery and 70s comics in "Secret Identity."
D'urban Moffer

Interview: D'urban Moffer "Tap Into Those Liminal Spaces To Pull Forth The Universal"

Interview by Gabriel Hart
Gabriel Hart interviews D'urban Moffer, author of "American Kashayas" (Expat Press).
Interview: Max Collins of Eve 6

Interview: Max Collins of Eve 6

Interview by Christoph Paul March 9, 2022
This isn't 1998, so why am I interviewing Max Collins from Eve 6 for LitReactor?
A Collision of Fictional Worlds in Gothic Horror

Beverley Lee & Nicole Eigener: A Collision of Fictional Worlds in Gothic Horror

Interview by Andrew Fowlow
A collaboration birthed in the darkest depths of horror fiction. A collision of two fictional worlds from the talented minds of Beverley Lee and Nicole Eigener.

What Are Your Favorite Horror Authors Afraid Of?

Column by Gabino Iglesias
I asked some of my favorite horror writers if they had any childhood fears that shape their work. Their answers blew me away.
Valancourt Books on Horror Stories from Around the World

Valancourt Books on Horror Stories from Around the World

Interview by Sadie Hartmann
"Horror really is a worldwide phenomenon, and if you look hard enough you can find it almost anywhere in the world." - James D. Jenkins
Duvay Knox on "The Pussy Detective" and Sexually Transmitted Karma

DuVay Knox on "The Pussy Detective" and Sexually Transmitted Karma

Interview by Gabriel Hart
DuVay Knox discusses his daring new nove, "The Pussy Detective", with Gabriel Hart.
Zac Smith

Zac Smith: "Maybe I Think It Just Feels Fun"

Interview by Gabriel Hart
Gabriel Hart interviews Zac Smith about his new collection, "Everything Is Totally Fine" (Muummuu House).
David S. Wills on Hunter S. Thompson and the Rise and Fall of Gonzo Journalism

David S. Wills on Hunter S. Thompson and the Rise and Fall of Gonzo Journalism

Interview by Gabriel Hart
Gabriel Hart interviews David S. Wills, author of the new Hunter S. Thompson biography "High White Notes," a lengthy academic dissection of HST's writing.

Storyville: What's the Best Money You've Spent on Your Writing Career?

Column by Richard Thomas November 29, 2021
What is the best way to spend money on your writing career? Here are a few answers from actual writers.