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Small Crimes: Thursday Reads

Small Crimes Thursday Reads features Scott Adlerberg, Njami Simon, Mystery Tribune, CrimeReads, Graham Wynd, The Big Thrill, Terrence McCauley, Dana King, grammar and punctuation, Derringer Awards, Jesse Heels Rawlins, Flash Fiction Offensive, Eric Beetner, S.W. Lauden, Sophie Hannah, Angie Kim, Crime Writers of Color, Writer Types, Andy Rausch, Chris Roy and Close to the Bone

Scott Adlerberg’s essay on “Coffin & Co.” by Njami Simon (Mystery Tribune)

“The Traditional Mystery: A Roundtable Discussion – Nominees for the Agatha Award Weigh In on the State of the Cozy” (CrimeReads)

Graham Wynd, author of “Love is a Grift”, interviewed (The Big Thrill)

Terrence McCauley, author of “Dark Territory”, interviewed by Dana King (One Bite at a Time)

Mary Norris and Benjamin Dreyer interviewed about grammar and such (Literary Hub)

Freelance editor Dana Isaacson on comma rules (Career Authors)

2019 Derringer Awards winners announced (The Short Mystery Fiction Society Blog)

Short Story: “The Ensenada Incident” by Jesse Heels Rawlins (Flash Fiction Offensive)

Podcast: Eric Beetner and S.W. Lauden interviewed Sophie Hannah, Angie Kim, and Crime Writers of Color (Writer Types)

Book: “A Time For Violence” edited by Andy Rausch and Chris Roy (Close to the Bone, 2019)

One reply on “Small Crimes: Thursday Reads”

Thanks David for giving “The Ensenada Incident” a shout-out.

Also enjoyed seeing the story collection A TIME FOR VIOLENCE mentioned. Since your post in May, NY writer John Wisniewski kindly agreed to interview Andrew “Andy” Rausch for the Flash Fiction Offensive in August 2019. The 2 of them talk about A TIME FOR VIOLENCE as well as Mr. Rausch’s recent fiction noir BLOODY SHEETS (which was also published by England’s Close To The Bone publishing). Anyone with an interest can find that interview here: http://www.outofthegutteronline.com/2019/08/bad-ass-books-john-wisniewski.html

Best regards,
Jesse Rawlins

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