A Graphic Novel, the Radical Copywriter, and Stephen J. Golds

Wednesday’s Small Crimes features Stephen J. Golds, Gabino Iglesias, the Radical Copywriter, LitReactor, Anita Nair, Carlos Trillo, and Roberto Manrafino. #sixlinksandabook

Debut novel from Stephen J. Golds, “Say Goodbye When I’m Gone” (Red Dog Press; 2020).

Gabino Iglesias on “How Horror and Crime Fiction Help Us Examine Ourselves”.

Alex Kapitan updates The Radical Copyeditor’s Style Guide for Writing About Transgender People.

LitReactor has some suggestions of new horror books to read not from the big publishers.

Interview with Stephen J. Golds at Bristol Noir.

Review of “A Cut-Wound” by Anita Nair (Bitter Lemon Press; 2020).

Review of the graphic novel “The Big Hoax” by Carlos Trillo and Roberto Mandrafino (Hard Case Crime/Titan Comics, 2020) at The Stiletto Gumshoe.

All Due Respect is accepting short story submissions. We’d love to publish more stories from women, writers of color, and other marginalized voices. We pay $25 upon publication. Submission guidelines here.

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