Small Crimes: Weekend Edition

New Releases: Romanian crime fiction (Crime Fiction Lover)

Excerpt: “Pushing Water” by Dana King (Down & Out Books) (One Bite at a Time)

Interview: The @PublishrsWeakly Twitter Account Is Calling Publishing to Task (Electric Literature)

Article: Michael Seidlinger, author of “Dreams of Being”, asked about falling in and out of reading (The Believer)

Review: “The Creek on the Stairs” by Eva Bjorg Aegisdottir (Orenda Books) (BOLO Books)

Review: “Unidentified” by Michael McBride (Black Guys Do Read)

Photographs: George Zimbel (Fragments of Noir)

Book: “All Kinds of Ugly” by Ralph Dennis (Brash Books)


Small Crimes: Friday Reads

Scott Bolohan’s “I Am Using My Free Time Not To Write A Novel (McSweeney’s)

Excerpt from Paul D. Brazill’s upcoming novel, “The Man Behind The Curtain” (All Due Respect) (Punk Noir)

Review of Hugo- and Nebula-nominated “Six Wakes” by Mur Lafferty (Writers Who Kill)

Asale Angel-Ajani & Nimmi Gowrinathan’s “Why Women Kill: On Gendered Violence and Our Inability to Understand Female Rage” (Literary Hub)

Interview with Gretchen McCulloch, author of “Because Internet” (Electric Literature)

A new anthology, “Both Sides” edited by Gabino Iglesias (Polis Books)