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Ed Gorman, Crime Scene Scotland, and Neil's Kids


Monday, May 22, 2006
 
* Ed Gorman is no longer posting to his blog, but he's still putting up the occasionaly article over at Mystery*File. In the current installment, he talks about used books, Stark House reprints, and the only hit piece he ever published.


* Crime Scene Scotland has posted a quick-'n-dirty mini issue, with the short story "Mr. Saturday Night Special" by Bryon Quertermous and an interview with Ray Banks. With those two involved, it had to be both dirty, and quick.


* The first issue of the Bare Root Review is now online. It's a lit journal, not specifically crime-oriented, but it's by the students of the inimitable Anthony Neil Smith, so there's got to be a gun in there somewhere.

posted by Graham Powell at 2:34 PM