Small Crimes: Friday Reads

Small Crimes Friday Reads features Dana King, Colin Conway, Frank Zafiro, Down & Out Books, Cody Goodfellow, King Shot Press, Broken River Books, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Brian Evenson, Publishers Weekly, Quentin Tarantino, The Spectator, Barnes & Nobel, The Digital Reader, Linda Fairstein, Los Angeles Times, Otto Penzler, Scarlet, Marissa Marinelli, Slate, John Okada, Penguin Books, Alexandra Alter, The New York Times, Tracy Clark, Kensington, BOLO Books, Pol Koutsakis, Bitter Lemon Press, Buried Under Books, Alex Bernstein, Close to the Bone, Aidan Thron, Nick Quantrill, Fahrenheit Press, 69Crimes, BBC Culture Night, Cara Black, and Soho Press

Dana King interviewed Colin Conway and Frank Zafiro, author of “Charlie 316” (Down & Out Books, 2019) (One Bite at a Time)

Interview with Cody Goodfellow, author of “Unamerica” (King Shot Press / Broken River Books, 2019) (Vol. 1 Brooklyn)

“The 10 Scariest Novels” By Brian Evenson (Publishers Weekly)

Excerpt: Foreword by Quentin Tarantino to Christopher Frayling’s “Once Upon a Time in the West: Shooting a Masterpiece” (Reel Art Press) (The Spectator)

“Rumor: Barnes & Noble to be Acquired by the Hedge Fund that Owns Waterstones” (The Digital Reader)

“Central Park Five film sparks call to boycott ex-prosecutor Linda Fairstein’s books” by Michael Schaub (Los Angeles Times)

“How Did Mystery Writer Twitter Become Convinced This Debut Author Didn’t Exist?” by Marissa Marinelli (Slate)

“Dispute Arises Over ‘No-No Boy,’ a Classic of Asian-American Literature With a Complex History” by Alexandra Alter (The New York Times)

Book Review: “Borrowed Time” by Tracy Clark (Kensington, 2018) (BOLO Books)

Book Review: “Baby Blue” by Pol Koutsakis, translated by Anne-Marie Stanton-Ife (Bitter Lemon Press, 2018) (Buried Under Books)

Short Story: “The Interview” by Alex Bernstein (Close to the Bone)

Podcast: Aidan Thorn, author of “Worst Laid Plans”, and Nick Quantrill, author of “Bang Bang You’re Dead”, talk about their books issued on Fahrenheit Press’s 69Crimes. You can find the beginning of the interview 2:08 into (BBC Culture Night)

Books: “Murder in Bel-Air” by Cara Black (Soho Press, 2019)

Note: Unlawful Acts will be taking this weekend off. The Incident Report will return on Monday and New Releases on Tuesday.

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