News by Rob Hart December 11, 2017
At the end of 12-weeks in The Lie Factory, you'll have workshopped a 10-page fiction manuscript with two folks who know a bit about the writing process...
Column by Richard Thomas
Storyville brings you some of the most hotly anticipated releases coming out this year.
Column by Keith Rawson August 30, 2016
Keith Rawson trots out his list of the best books so far this year.
Column by Leah Rhyne June 18, 2015
Write what you know. Write your life. Write your body. Write YOU. What if what you know isn't interesting enough to write? What then? Are you stuck forever in mediocrity?
News by Peter Derk
Book trailer for Lidia Yuknavitch's newest, 'The Small Backs of Children'.
Interview by Elle Nash November 21, 2014
In the wake of controversy surrounding Lena Dunham's new book, Yuknavitch discusses the importance of subversion in non-fiction.
Column by Christine J. Schmidt October 16, 2014
Find out what book goes best with your favorite caffeinated beverage.
News by Rob Hart August 18, 2014
Do you live in or around Portland? Do you want to have some fun while maybe wearing pajamas? Then go to this thing on Friday.
News by Rob Hart May 21, 2014
Publication date: TBD. Or, not soon enough.
Interview by Erin Reel
Suzy Vitello — LitReactor instructor, editor, and author — answers ten more questions upon the release of her new YA novel, 'The Moment Before'.
Column by Erin Reel October 18, 2012
What literary works create a strong foundation for a writer? LitReactor instructors and esteemed literary figures Lidia Yuknavitch, Ed Sikov, Holiday Reinhorn, Suzy Vitello and Bree Ogden share.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
November's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'Dora: A Headcase' by Lidia Yuknavitch. Read here for details on how you can participate in the discussion.
Resurfacing: An Interview with Lidia Yuknavitch on Writing, Teaching, and Bringing Dark Secrets to LightJuly 25, 2012
Lidia Yuknavitch, author of 'The Chronology of Water' and 'Dora: A Headcase', talks about the progression from memoir to fiction and exploring the boundaries of self in a technological age.
Column by Kasey Carpenter October 14, 2011
Kasey Carpenter sits in on Chuck's Portland-based writer's workshop for an evening of reading and reviewing.