Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

Small Crimes Wednesday Reads features Scott Montgomery, Texan crime fiction, MysteryPeople, Carlene O’Connor, Kensington, Irish crime fiction, CrimeReads, Repo Kempt, Lit Reacotr, Steph Post, Polis Books, Bess Carnan, Mysteristas, Art Taylor, Graham Wynd, Punk Noir Magazine, Kinohi Nishikawa, University of Chicago Press, Pam Stack, Gavin Reese, Authors of the Air, Joe Ricker, and Down & Out Books.

Scott Montgomery on five Texan crime fiction books (MysteryPeople)

Carlene O’Connor, author of “Murder In An Irish Pub” (Kensington), on Irish crime fiction (CrimeReads)

Repo Kempt recommended several books horror writers should read (Lit Reactor)

Steph Post, author of “Lightwood” (Polis Books) on the relationship between crime fiction and fairy tales (CrimeReads)

Interview with Bess Carnan, winner of the the William F. Deeck-Malice Domestic Grant for Unpublished Writers (Mysteristas)

Interview with Alice K. Boatwright, author of the Ellie Kent Mysteries (Cozy Cat Press) (Mystery Thriller Week)

The First Two Pages: “Better Days” by Art Taylor (Art Taylor, Writer)

Gabino Iglesias recommended several woman crime fiction authors (Mystery Tribune)

Short Story: “Funny Little Thing” by Graham Wynd (Punk Noir Magazine)

Book Excerpt: “Street Players: Black Pulp Fiction and the Making of a Literary Underground” by Kinohi Nishikawa (University of Chicago Press) (CrimeReads)

Podcast: Pam Stack interviewed Gavin Reese, author of the Saint Michael Thriller series (Authors on the Air)

Book: “Walkin’ After Midnight” by Joe Ricker (Down & Out Books)

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