Small Crimes: Tuesday Reads
“Grifters, Morgues, and Lansdale” features S.A. Cosby, Stephen Graham Jones, Megan Abbott, Scott Eubanks, Kurt Vonnegut, morgue life, and child killers.
Article: “Incident Report No. 85” came out yesterday (Unlawful Acts)
Article: “What Really Goes On In The Morgue” by Garry Rodgers. Rodgers is a writer and a retired homicide detective and forensic coroner (The Kill Zone)
Interview: S.A. Cosby sat down to talk about his new book, “Blacktop Wasteland” (Flatiron) (Publishers Weekly)
Article: How independent bookstores are taking a run at Amazon (The Stranger)
Interview: Stephen Graham Jones on writing, “The Only Good Indians”, and inspirations. (more2read)
Article: “‘The Streets Look So Empty’: How a Child Killer Haunted My First Novel” by Megan Abbott (The New York Times)
Book Review: “Of Mice and Minestrone: Hap and Leonard: The Early Years” by Joe Lansdale (Tachyon) (Bookgasm)
New Release: “Still Life with a Suitcase” by Scott Eubanks (Down & Out Books)
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