Sunday’s Sins

Sunday’s Sins with Angel Luis Colón, Violet LeVoit, Daša Drndić, and Patricia Highsmith.

I’ve been trying to think of a way to provide interesting and high quality links on a daily basis because the weekly one wasn’t working. Compiling the links for the Incident Report took about eightish hours on a Saturday or Sunday with a few hours during the week prior.* The newsletter and the the hourly links on Death Steals Everything But Our Stories took about 14 hours a week.

My hope is that providing the reader with a curated list of links on a daily basis might prove a better fit for me regarding time and won’t clog up your Twitter or Facebook feed. I’m quite sure that J. Kingston Pierce of The Rap Sheet with his “Bullet Points” articles and Kevin Tipple at Kevin’s Corner with his non-stop linking to interesting finds can attest the the time sink.

Violet LeVoit’s “Scarstruck” (King Shot Press, 2019) is out soon and she’s interviewed by Renee Asher Pickup at Do Some Damage.

“Doppelgänger” by Daša Drndić, translated by Celia Hawkesworth and S. D. Curtis (Istros Books), is reviewed at neverimitate.

Patricia Highsmith’s “Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction” (Sphere 2016, 1966) reviewed at Graham Wynd’s site.

Chantelle Aimée Osman is interviewed at BOLO Books. Osman is the editor at Agora Books, an imprint of Polis Books.

Angel Luis Colón’s “Hell Chose Me” (2019) is out on Down & Out Books.

* Never fear, the Incident Report will continue every Monday. It’s my hope that this change will make it better.

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