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Scandinavian Noir, Werewolves, and Megan Abbott

"Shotgun Honey Presents Volume 4: Recoil" edited by Ron Earl Phillips |
"Scandinavian Noir, Werewolves, and Meghan Abbott"

“Scandinavian Noir, Werewolves, and Megan Abbott” features links All Due Respect Books, Shotgun Honey, The Paris Review, and more.

Article: Incident Report No. 86 came out yesterday. (Unlawful Acts)

Article: “The Origins of Scandinavian Noir” by Wendy Lesser (The Paris Review)

Article: “Writing What You Know (or Remember (or Research))” by Art Taylor (Lesa’s Book Critiques)

Article: “Finding Inspiration in Tough Times” by V. M. Burns (Writers Who Kill)

Article: “How Much Research is Enough” by James Scott Bell (Kill Zone)

Book Review: “This Letter to Norman Court” by Pabo D’Stair (All Due Respect Books) (Col’s Criminal Library)

Podcast: Megan Abbott on writing (Working)

Podcast: “Drunk on the Moon” by Paul D. Brazill (Twisted Pulp Radio)

Book: “Shotgun Honey Presents Volume 4: Recoil” edited by Ron Earl Phillips (Shotgun Honey)

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Small Crimes: Thursday Reads

Interview with Art Taylor, author of “The Boy Detective & The Summer of ’74” (Writers Who Kill)

Podcast interview with Paul D. Marks, author of the forthcoming “The Blues Don’t Care” (Wrong Place, Write Crime)

Review of “True Dark”, a novel by Mike Miner (Col’s Criminal Library)

Review of “H.R.F. Keating: A Life of Crime”, a biography by Sheila Mitchell (The Venetian Vase)

“Homecoming”, short fiction by John Timm (Close to the Bone)

“In The Cold, Cold Night”, short fiction by Paul D. Brazill (Bristol Noir)

“Exquisite Corpse”, a multi-author serial that has nothing to do with the pandemic (Do Some Damage)

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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)