BookTubing, Supernatural Noir, and Walter Mosley

Monday morning’s Small Crimes has Walter Mosley, Ruth Ware, a recap of the problems at ITW, booktubing, supernatural noir, and much more.

A new collection of short stories is out tomorrow from the American master, Walter Mosley. “The Awkward Black Man” (Grove Press) will be available where all fine books are sold.

Some ideas on how to save college literature departments.

Publishers Weekly details the International Thriller Writers regrouping after all the resignations.

Crimespree Magazine interviews with Ruth Ware, author of “One by One” (Simon & Schuster; 2020).

As if 2020 didn’t suck enough, the problems of being a BookTuber.

Over at The Digital Reader, we learn that Amazon has started “book clubs” but without any discussion abilities.

Donald Ray Pollock, author of “The Devil All the Time” (2011), is interviewed on Terri Gross’s “Fresh Air”.

Cina Pelayo, author of “Loteria”, writes about how to manage a professional author online presence at LitReactor.

Jim Thomsen reviews “A Man’s Game,” by Newton Thornburg (1996) as part of The Rap Sheet’s “The Book You Have to Read” series.

Review of “I Hold a Wolf by the Ears” by Laura van den Berg (FSG; 2020) at The Brooklyn Rail.

Treena Thibodeau’s short story, “The Unlovables”, is at Vol. 1 Brooklyn.

Over at Punk Noir Magazine, K.A. Laity reviews the supernatural noir film, “Cast a Deadly Spell” (1991) staring Fred Ward.

At Fragments of Noir, photographs by Roy Schatt.

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