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Small Crimes: Friday Reads

A Bouquet of Bullets by Eric Beetner | Small Crimes: Mambo, OCD, and Tattoos.

“Small Crimes: Mambo, OCD, and Tattoos” includes The Digital Reader, Stephen J. Golds, Wendy Heard, R.G. Belsky, Seamus Dignan, Eric Beetner, and more.

Essay: “The #MurderBot Series is Everything Wrong With TradPub” by Nate Hoffelder (The Digital Reader)

Essay: “Leaving Home For Work with OCD” by Stephen J. Golds (Punk Noir)

Interview: Wendy Heard talked to Gabino Iglesias about her books and tattoos. (EconoClash Review)

Book Review: “The Last Scoop” by R.G. Belsky (Oceanview Publishing) (Men Reading Books)

Book Review: “Inside Cut” by Tom Fowler (Self-Published) (Sons of Spade)

Short Story: “The Butcher’s Wife” by Seamus Dignan (Close to the Bone)

Music: “How Mambo Came to Miami” by Kara Kundert (No Depression)

Free Book: “A Bouquet of Bullets” by Eric Beetner (Amazon)1

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1 The original publisher is no more and Eric is giving away this collection of short stories for free until this Saturday.

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Small Crimes: Thursday Reads

Pushing Water by Dana King | Small Crimes, The Taco Bell Edition

Small Crimes, the Thursday edition, features Taco Bell, Willie Nelson, Chris Rhatigan, Frank Zafiro, Max Booth III, Spelk, Fragments of Noir, and Dana King.

Podcast: Chris Rhatigan interviewed by Frank Zafiro (Wrong Place, Write Crimes)

Book Review: “We Need to do Something” by Max Booth III (Perpetual Motion Machine) (Jay Wilburn)

Short Story: “Happy Hour at the Pussy Cat Club” by Laure Van Rensburg (Spelk)

Interview: “The editor of Taco Bell Quarterly explains how to make art out of a fast food brand” by Constance Grady (Vox)

Movie Posters: More Film Noir (Fragments of Noir)

Music: “All 143 Willie Nelson Albums, Ranked” – this is a seriously good article (Texas Monthly)

Pre-Order Book: “Pushing Water” by Dana King (Down & Out Books)

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