Small Crimes: Weekend Edition
“Gunslingers, Hosiers, and Johnny Cash” features links to Scott Adlerberg, Cornell Woolrich, Paul D. Brazill, Reed Farrel Coleman, Eryk Pruitt and more.
Essay: Scott Adlerberg on Cornell Woolrich’s “Waltz Into Darkness” (Mystery Tribune)
Interview: Tim Mara sat down to interview Paul D. Brazill (The Big Thrill)
Interview: “Off the Cuff with Reed Farrel Coleman” (Dietrich Kalteis)
Short Story: “Fragrant” by Rod D. Smith (Shotgun Honey)
Book Review: “King of the Crows” by Russell Day (Fahrenheit Press) (Grab This Book)
Journal Review: “Hoosier Noir: One” (First City Books) (Kevin’s Corner)
Book Review: “Blackwood” by Michael Farris Smith (Little, Brown) (Southern Review of Books)
Book Review: “Trains, Jesus, and Murder: The Gospel According to Johnny Cash” by Richard Beck (Fortress Press) (No Depression)
Podcast: Special guest co-hosts E.A. Aymar and Sarah Chen talked with Sheena Kamal and Matthew Quirk (Writer Types)
Movie: “Going Down Slow” written and directed by Eryk Pruitt (Vimeo)
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