Interview by John Jarzemsky
We catch up with author and critic Chuck Klosterman and discuss his new book, "I Wear The Black Hat."
Interview by Keith Rawson
John Mantooth stops by LitReactor for a 10 Questions chat about his extraordinary debut novel, "The Year of the Storm."
Interview by Rob Hart May 17, 2013
Monica Drake talks writing, inspiration, workshoppin', and her latest novel, 'The Stud Book'.
Interview by Keith Rawson May 7, 2013
LitReactor gives Benjamin Percy the rubber hose treatment about his latest novel, 'Red Moon.'
Interview by Keith Rawson
Philadelphia’s reigning king of pulp talks up the writing life, killing critics over bad reviews, Charlie Hardie, and having drinks with Raoul Duke in LitReactor's latest 10 Questions interview.
Interview by Erin Reel
Los Angeles based literary agent, attorney and author Margaret Marr shares what writers need to know when they go indie, the fundamentals of a good agency contract and more.
Interview by Erin Reel April 17, 2013
Psychotherapist and author Philip Kenney shines a light once again on the shadows that debilitate the writer's mind in this follow-up interview.
Interview by Stephanie Bonjack
Indie comic writer and artist extraordinaire Phoebe Gloeckner goes 10 rounds with Stephanie Bonjack.
Interview by Keith Rawson March 5, 2013
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with the one and only Frank Bill.
A Conversation With Craig Yoe about Yoe Books, His Partnership With IDW Comics, Sex in Comics and MoreInterview by Bree Ogden
Craig Yoe, author & comic historian, takes so much pleasure in the salacious and gruesome classic moments in the comic industry and perfectly preserves the past so we may experience and enjoy it.
Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky February 12, 2013
The O Magazine favorite returns with a fresh take on the tried and true midlife crisis. We ask him our tried and true 10 questions.
Interview by Stephanie Bonjack February 5, 2013
Aimee Bender talks breaking out of the mold and forging your own path in 10 Questions with Stephanie Bonjack.
Interview by Rob Hart January 28, 2013
Averil Dean is the author of the erotic psychological thriller, 'Tapestry of Scars', to be released next year. She's also teaching our first erotica-writing class! She's a cool lady. Check it out.
Interview by Erin Reel January 21, 2013
Portland-based author and psychotherapist Philip Kenney sheds light on why some writers may experience degrees of mental illness and what they can do about it.
Interview by Rob Hart January 17, 2013
Meet Joe Biel, one of our new instructors! A non-fiction publisher, PowellsBooks.Blog said that he's "sold so many [books] that it would make a major New York publishing house green with envy."
Interview by Keith Rawson January 8, 2013
LitReactor goes 10 rounds with the legendary George Saunders.
Column by Ed Sikov January 4, 2013
An exclusive interview with the inordinately nasty biographer and teacher, who's plugging his new book - his first work of fiction.
Interview by Bree Ogden
Steve Niles sits down to answer some of fangirl Bree Ogden's geeky questions about her wet dream: 'Final Night."
Interview by Keith Rawson December 12, 2012
LitReactor sits down with the legendary founder and editor of Thuglit, Todd Robinson.
Interview by Suzy Vitello December 11, 2012
Since 2002, one of the brightest spots in Portland’s literary horizon has been Hawthorne Books, helmed by the talent magnet, Rhonda Hughes.
Interview by Rob Hart December 4, 2012
Sometimes a title is so good, you just have to read the book. 'Frank Sinatra in a Blender' is like that. We posed 10 questions to the author, debut novelist Matthew McBride.
Interview by Rob Hart November 8, 2012
Chris F. Holm, whose Collector series "[recasts] the battle between heaven and hell as Golden Era crime pulp," gets grilled by LitReactor.
Interview by Joe Daly November 5, 2012
Author Sean Beaudoin has released two buzzworthy titles in one year, co-founded a popular new literary site, and pissed off half of Salon.com. He now visits LitReactor to take on our 10 Questions.
Interview by Matthew Treon October 16, 2012
Mark Z. Danielewski discusses his latest book, 'The Fifty Year Sword,' the art of visual storytelling, and his future project, 'The Familiar.'