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Horror, the Blues, and Laird Barron

Small Crimes: Thursday Reads

"River Bottom Blues" by Ricky Bush (Fahrenheit Press) | Horror, the Blues and Laird Barron

“Horror, the Blues, and Laird Barron – Small Crimes: Thursday Reads” features a collection of horror stories to read for free on the internet and much more.

Article: Interview with Bernard Schaffer (Writers Who Kill)

Article: Volume 2 continues (The Exquisite Corpse)

Article: Interview with Laird Barron (Book & Film Globe)

Short Stories: “8 Thrilling Horror Stories You Can Read Online Right Now” (Chicago Review of Books)

https://downandoutbooks.com/bookstore/goldberg-slow-down/

Book Review: “I Know Where You Sleep” by Alan Orloff (Down & Out Books) (Men Reading Books)

Zine Review: “Mystery Weekly Magazine” February 2020 (Kevin’s Corner)

Book Review: “Gender Justice” by Nicky Charlish (Punk Noir)

Book Review: “Clean Hands” by Patrick Hoffman (Col’s Criminal Library)

Book: “River Bottom Blues” by Ricky Bush (Fahrenheit Press)

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Metaphors, Isolation, and Rob Pierce

Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

Metaphors, Isolation, and Rob Pierce | The Lantern Man by Jon Bassoff

“Metaphors, Isolation, and Rob Pierce – Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads” features tortured metaphors, a one-man mystery con, and more.

Article: “AloneStarCon”, a funny piece by Michael Bracken (SleuthSayers)

Article: “Do You Torture Your Metaphors? The Problem of Self-Conscious Writing” by Jessi Rita Hoffman (Jane Friedman)

Article: Rob Pierce, author of “Tommy Shakes” (All Due Respect Books) interviewed (Col’s Criminal Library)

https://downandoutbooks.com/bookstore/goldberg-slow-down/

Book Review: “Bonekeeper” by Luca Veste (The Tattooed Book Geek)

Zine Review: Flash Bang Mysteries: Spring 2020 Issue 19 (Kevin’s Corner)

Book: “The Lantern Man” by Jon Bassoff (Down & Out Books)

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