Storyville: Unreliable Narrators

Column by Richard Thomas
What is an unreliable narrator and how can it affect your writing?
Bookshots: 'Bullet Gal' by Andrez Bergen

Bookshots: 'Bullet Gal' by Andrez Bergen

Review by Bart Bishop
A review of Andrez Bergen's 'Bullet Gal', an adaptation of his comic book series that takes an irreverent look at superheroes.
Bookshots: 'Catalina Eddy' by Daniel Pyne

Bookshots: 'Catalina Eddy' by Daniel Pyne

Review by Ed Sikov April 5, 2017
A review of Daniel Pyne's new noir novel.

Book vs. Film: 'Tony & Susan' vs. 'Nocturnal Animals'

Column by Christopher Shultz January 31, 2017
There are changes necessary in the adaptation process, and then there are changes that are avoidable

Storyville: 10 Neo-Noir Films to Influence Your Fiction

Column by Richard Thomas November 30, 2016
10 Neo-Noir Films to Influence Your Fiction

Ring in the Noir Year: 2016 Edition — 8 More Promising Crime Titles

Column by Leah Dearborn January 6, 2016
Break out the smokes and champagne, it's that time of the year again.
"The Disassembled Man" by Jon Bassoff

Bookshots: "The Disassembled Man" by Jon Bassoff

Review by Christine J. Schmidt
You've never read gross like this.
LitReactor Book Club

June Book Club Selection: 'The New Black: A Neo-Noir Anthology'

News by Joshua Chaplinsky
June's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'The New Black: A Neo-Noir Anthology,' edited by Richard Thomas.

UPDATED WITH WINNER - LitReactor's Flash Fiction Smackdown: April (Poetry Month) Edition

Column by Taylor Houston April 30, 2014
Poetry Noir and a SWEET prize from Richard Thomas.

Storyville: What is Neo-Noir Fiction?

Column by Richard Thomas July 2, 2013
Neo-noir fiction is literally defined as "new-black," but what exactly does that mean?