Zombies, Indigenous Crime Fiction, and Rachel Howzell Hall

Today’s Small Crimes features Rachel Howzell Hall, David Heska Wanbli Widen, Greg Levin, Nick Kolakowski, Peter Derk, George Romero, Carola Schmidt, Cortney Phillips, Charlie Cancel, and John Connolly.

Featured Book

“And Now She’s Gone” by Rachel Howzell Hall (Forge Books; 2020) (Forge Books)


“Why Indigenous Crime Fiction Matters” by David Heska Wanbli Widen (Ecco Press; 2020) (CrimeReads)

Some lists: Greg Levin on neo-noir authors, Nick Kolakowski on classic noir villains, and Peter Derk reviews the reviewers of Chuck Palahniuk.

Review of “The Living Dead” by George A. Romero and Daniel Kraus (Tor Books; 2020) (neverimitate)

“The Smell of Death” by Carola Schmidt (Close To The Bone)

“After Sex, We Find a Praying Mantis in Our Bed” by Cortney Phillips Meriwether (Cheap Pop)

“r/AmItheAsshole posted by Tammy Whammy 2 hours ago” by Charlie Cancel (Pulp Modern Flash)

Podcast: Episode One Hundred and Seven – An Incident with Stephen King – with John Connolly (Two Crime Writers And A Microphone)

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