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Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

Bleak Friday | Canada, Cops, Mistakes

“Canada, Cops, Mistakes” features Jennifer Hillier, Hannah Mary McKinnon, Roz Nay, Robyn Harding, Elena Taylor, Michael Pool, Paul J. Garth, and more.

Roundtable: Canadian Women Writers Talk Crime Fiction (The Thrill Begins)

Interview: James L’Etoile talked to Elena Taylor, author of “All We Buried” (Crooked Lane Press) (Do Some Damage)

Article: Frank Zafiro on being a cop and a writer, and what’s real and what’s not (Criminal Minds)

Article: The First Two Pages: “Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire” by Donna Andrews (Art Taylor, Writer)

Short Story: “Paper Boats” by Paul J. Garth (Tough)

Book Review: “Throwing Off Sparks” by Michael Pool (PI Tales) (Criminal Element)

Book Review: “Ash Mountain” by Helen FitzGerald (Orenda Books) (BOLO Books)

Book Review: “Girl Can’t Help It” by Max Allan Collins (Thomas & Mercer) (Bookgasm)

New Release: “Bleak Friday” by Various Artists (King Shot Press)

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Small Crimes: Thursday Reads

John Gilstrap’s primer on movie deals (Kill Zone)

Ed Aymar interviewed Sherry Harris and Lori Rader-Day, past and present presidents of Sisters in Crime (The Thrill Begins)

Parodies of the inevitable onslaught of coronoavirus literary fiction. (The Millions)

How pandemics seep into literature (The Paris Review)

Hilary Davidson interviewed on Frank Zafiro’s podcast (Wrong Place, Write Crime)

Review of Derek Marlowe’s spy thriller “A Dandy in Aspic” (1966) (Vintage Pulp Fictions)

Review of Max Allan Collins’s “Quarry’s Cut” (1977) (Col’s Criminal Library)

Photographs by Erwin Blumenfeld (Fragments of Noir)

“Keeping Tabs” by Beau Johnson (Punk Noir) from his short story collection “All of Them Burn” (Down & Out Books)