Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

Small Crimes Wednesday Reads features Kristen Lepionka, Mandy Sayer, Justin Hyde, Dharma Kelleher, R. G. Belsky, Sandra Ruttan, Ed Aymar, Tara Laskowski, Deborah Lacy, Russell Thayer, Alex Segura, Angel Luis Colón, and Louise Vose.

“Edgar, Queer Authors, And New Readers: The Kids Are All Right” by Kristen Lepionka (Mystery Tribune)

A fight in the library. First up is Mandy Sayer’s “Quiet please! On the frontline in an inner city library” (The Sidney Morning Herald) followed by Justin Hyde’s retort, “Stop. The library isn’t your private, childhood memory palace.” (LitHub)

“Writing While Trans Part 1: Bad Marketing Advice” by Dharma Kelleher (Do Some Damage)

R. G. Belsky, author of “Below the Fold”, interviewed by Sandra Ruttan (Kevin’s Corner)

E.A. Aymar, author of “The Unrepentant “, interviewed by Tara Laskowski (Washington Independent Review of Books)

The First Two Pages: “Please See Me” by Deborah Lacy (Art Taylor, Writer)

Short Story: “The Blind” by Russell Thayer (Tough)

Podcast: Alex Segura, author of the Pete Fernandez series, interviewed by Angel Luis Colón (the bastard title)

Book: “The Last Stage” by Louise Voss (Oreanda Books, 2019)

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