Rattlesnakes, Chasing Nazis, and Cheryl A. Head

Small Crimes Friday morning edition features Cheryl A. Head, Nate Hoffelder, Jay Wilburn, Joe R. Lansdale, Nick Kolakowski, Michelle Xu, and Alec Cizak.

Featured Book

“Find Me When I’m Lost” by Cheryl A. Head (Bywater Books; 2020) (Bywater Books)


Nate Hoffelder plays the world’s tiniest violin for publishers saddened by a 25% increase in eBook revenues (The Digital Reader)

Jay Wilburn on what to do on how to perform a reading (LitReactor)

Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones writes about Leon Turro, one of America’s greatest detectives. Jeffrey-Jones is the author of the upcoming “The Nazi Spy Ring in America: Hitler’s Agents, the FBI, and the Case That Stirred the Nation” (Georgetown University Press; 2020) (Strand Magazine)

“The Nature of Gary Snyder” by Robert Haas (The Paris Review)

Book Review: “More Better Deals” by Joe R. Lansdale (Mulholland Books; 2020) (Col’s Criminal Library)

Book Review: “Rattlesnake Rodeo” by Nick Kolakowski (Down & Out Books; 2020) (Econoclash Review)

Story: “Cockatoo’s Flight” by Michelle Xu (Cheap Pop)

Creative Writing Tips: Plotting by Alec Cizak, author of “Lake County Incidents” (ABC Group Documentation; 2019) (YouTube)

Photographs: Big Lonely City #123 (Fragments of Noir)

Music: “Me and Sister Bobbie: True Tales of the Family Band” by Willie Nelson and Bobbie Nelson (Random House; 2020) (No Depression)

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