Cannon Films, Writer Types, and Paul Heatley

Small Crimes Monday afternoon links features Paul Heatley, Robert McCaw, Megan Casem, Writer Types, and much more.

Paul Heatley, a noir writer to be reckoned with, released “Cutthroat” (All Due Respect Books; 2020) earlier this summer.

By way of The Digital Reader, is revising definitions to hopefully eliminate prejudiced language.

Review of “Fire and Vengeance” by Robert McCaw (Oceanview; 2020) at CrimalElement.

Colman Keane reviews “Murder on the Aisle” by Ed Gorman (1987).

Megan Casem’s short story, “Namaste”, is up at Close To The Bone

Episode 520 of the Helping Writers Become Authors podcast focuses on the inciting event and the climatic moment.

Nancy Stohlman, Beau Johnson, and Ryan Sayles show up at the Writer Types podcast.

Over at LA Review of Books, Kathleen B. Jones reviews two new film noir books which focus on women: “Hollywood Producer Joan Harrison, the Forgotten Woman Behind Hitchcock” by Christina Lee (Chicago Review Press; 2020) and “The Autobiography of Veronica Lake” by Veronica Lake (Dean Street Press; 2020)

Lee Goldberg accidentally reviews “The Cannon Film Guide: Volume 1: 1980-1984”

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