Grifters, Morgues, and Lansdale

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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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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)