Elizabeth Zelvin reports:
November/December issue of Ellery Queen is out, with, I'm proud to say,
my name on the cover along with Charlaine Harris's and Doug Allyn's
and my story, "Death Will Help You Imagine," inside, right after Bill
Pronzini's. It's well worth the wait of almost 20 months from submission
to print to be keeping such great company, especially since it was
accepted way back in 2016 and I got paid for it shortly afterward.
Sunday, October 22, 2017
Saturday, October 21, 2017
SleuthSayers: One More Time, From the Top: Please join me in welcoming my friend Michael Bracken as a guest blogger today. For those of you who don't know Michael already, he ...
SleuthSayers: Capstone to a Career: By Art Taylor Last week's Bouchercon in Toronto was terrific and memorable in so many ways, with one of the great highpoints coming on...
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Little Big Crimes: e-Golem, by S.J. Rozan: " e-Golem," by S.J. Rozan, in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, September-October 2017. This is the fourth appearance h...
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Friday, October 13, 2017
My crime-horror piece “Stegmann’s Basement” is free to read at Spelk Fiction.
Storyline: After a botched robbery a young criminal flees into a creepy basement.
For those not familiar with this market, Spelk is a popular U.K.-based site that accepts flash up to 500 words (all genres, literary). Non-paying, but seems to yield wide exposure, including via social media.