Noir at the Bar returns to DC in-person on Thursday, June 29, hosted by E.A. Aymar and featuring a rogue’s…Continue reading →
Gaithersburg Book Festival • Saturday, May 20
This Saturday, May 20, is the Gaithersburg Book Festival—with authors from across the region and the nation and more! I’m…Continue reading →
SinC Innocence Project
Sisters in Crime is hosting an auction, “Crime Writers for Justice,” for the Innocence Project, which “works to free the…Continue reading →
WIROB: Bond, James Bond—and Beyond!
Thanks to the Washington Independent Review of Books for letting me indulge my James Bond fandom and review the first…Continue reading →
Lawyers, Guns, and Money Earns an Anthony Award Nom!
Bouchercon has announced the finalists for this year’s Anthony Awards—and such a thrill to see Lawyers, Guns, and Money: Crime…Continue reading →
I started to headline this one “Malicious Memories” but that sounds like some ill thoughts brewing, doesn’t it? This year’s…Continue reading →
It’s Malice Domestic week! And while I still have a few classes and meetings at Mason between now and leaving…Continue reading →
New Reviews: Washington Post and Washington Independent Review of Books
Thanks to Michael Dirda at the Washington Post and Mariko Hewer at the Washington Independent Review of Books for their…Continue reading →
The First Two Pages — Or, Um, ALL the Pages Instead?
In place of a First Two Pages essay this week, how about giving everyone full stories to read? Here are…Continue reading →
The First Two Pages: “Red Flag” by Gregory S. Fallis
In April 2015, B.K. Stevens debuted the blog series “The First Two Pages,” hosting craft essays by short story writers…Continue reading →