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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

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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)

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Small Crimes: Friday Reads

Must Read: “What Writers Can Learn From Watching The NFL Draft” by Christoph Paul (LitReactor)

Book Review: “Man Standing Behind” by Pablo D’Stair (All Due Respect) (Col’s Criminal Library)

Book Review: “Punk Novelette” by Nick Gerrard (Punk Noir)

Essay: “Re-Covered: A Black Female Beat Novel from the Sixties” by Lucy Scholes (The Paris Review)

Short Story: “A Last Look From The Half Moon Hotel” by Stephen J. Golds (Bristol Noir)

Photographs: Big City #97 (Fragments of Noir)

Featured Book: “Southern Cross Crime” by Craig Sisterson (Old Castle Books)

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Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

PJ Parrish on why making mistakes is so important (Kill Zone)

My review of Jason Beech’s “Never Go Back” (Unlawful Acts)

Kevin Tipple reviewed the anthology “The Eyes of Texas: Private Eyes From The Panhandle To The Piney Woods” edited by Michael Bracken (Kevin’s Corner)

Marilynne Robinson, The Art of Fiction No. 198 (The Paris Review)

How to support your local bookstore instead of Amazon (McSweeney’s)

Still shots from the movie “Small Crimes”, based on David Zeltersman’s book (Fragments of Noir)

Review of Scott Dadich’s “Abstract: The Art of Design”, a Netflix documentary (Broad Street Review)

Joe Ricker’s “Some Awful Cunning”, a novel (Down & Out Books)

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Small Crimes: Monday Reads

K.A. Laity on the roots of Ripley and Patricia Highsmith (Bristol Noir)

Andrew Nette on Carter Brown and the Australian craze for faux American crime fiction (Pulp Curry)

Steve Weddle interviews William Boyle, author of “City of Margins” (LA Review of Books)

Gabino Iglesias on Ten Types Of Authors Who Can Go Fuck Themselves (Mystery Tribune)

Review of Graham Black’s “Lying and Dying” (2017) (Col’s Criminal Library)

Amazon Crossing gives nine translated books away for free for World Book Day, you have until Thursday or so to download them (Amazon Crossing)

Big Lonely City #96, a series of black and white photographs (Fragments of Noir)

“The Exquisite Corpse: Lockdown Noir” edited by Steve Weddle is available for free in your favorite ebook format (Do Some Damage)

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Small Crimes: Tuesday Reads

Gerald So interviewed everyone, well, almost everyone nominated for a Derringer Award this year. (So You Want To Chat?)

Tiny Tales is a new podcast a homemade punk rock ethos featuring multi-genre fiction and poetry. It is hosted by Darrent Sant (Punk Noir)

K. A. Laity on learning the grift from movies (Punk Noir)

Review of Margaret Millar’s “Beast in View” (1958) (Mystery Tribune)

Big Lonely City #95, a noir photographic series (Fragments of Noir)

A new book by B.R. Stateham, “Lenny” (Fahrenheit Press)

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Small Crimes: Monday Reads

Soji Shimada interviewed by Craig Sisterson (Crimespree)

Jim Thomsen on new crime fiction set in the 1970s (Mystery Tribune)

Scotch Rutherford on what crime fiction editors want (Econoclash Review)

K. A. Laity review two lesser known Dorothy Hughes (Punk Noir)

Michael Seidlinger on some new literary small press releases (Publishers Weekly)

“At the Fork” by Mary Farrell, a short story (Flash Fiction Magazine)

Photographs by Kees Scherer (Fragments of Noir)

“Tommy Shakes” by Rob Pierce (All Due Respect)