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The Girl in the Video by Michael David Wilson | Small Crimes

The Wednesday edition of Small Crimes features Colin Conway, Frank Zafiro, Chris Rhatigan, Matthew Ross, Paul D. Brazill, Russel D. McLean, Emily Hockaday, Jackie Sherbow, Curtis Ippolito, Barnes & Noble, and Michael David Wilson.

Interview: Chris Rhatigan talked to Colin Conway and Frank Zafiro, authors of “Charlie-316” and the upcoming “Never the Crime” (Down & Out Books) (All Due Respect Books)

Book Review: “Death of a Painter” by Matthew Ross (Red Dog Press) (Col’s Criminal Library)

Book Review: “Man of the World” by Paul D. Brazill (All Due Respect Books) (Crime Fiction Lover)

Book Review: “Ed’s Dead” by Russel D. McLean (Contraband) (Nigel Bird)

Article: The First Two Pages: “Talk to Me” by Emily Hockaday and Jackie Sherbow (Art Taylor)

Short Story: “Hook-Up Spot” by Curtis Ippolito (Punk Noir)

Submissions: “Exquisite Corpse Vol. 2” is looking for writers (The Exquisite Corpse)

News: The slow and agonizing death of Barnes and Noble as they stop selling new magazines (Good E-Reader)

New Release: “Girl in the Video” by Michael David Wilson (Perpetual Motion Machine)

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Small Crimes: Tuesday Reads

News: Marietta Miles on book releases and upcoming virtual events (Do Some Damage)

Book Review: “Nightmare Asylum & Other Deadly Delights” by Sonia Kilvington (Close to the Bone) (K.A Laity)

Book Review: “Dirty Old Town” by Gabriel Valjan (Level Best Books) (Jersey Girl Book Reviews)

Essay: “Two Novels, Two Global Catastrophes, Two Decades Apart” by Lee Durkee, author of “The Last Taxi Driver” (Tin House) (Lit Hub)

Article: Bookstore re-openings will be difficult (The New Publishing Standard)

Short Story: “Phillip Marlowe, DoorDash Delivery Guy” by Walter Jones (McSweeney’s)

Photographs: Big Lonely City #98 (Fragments of Noir)

Playlist: Best Western (Spotify)

Zine: Rock and A Hard Place, Issue 2