Thursday, August 02, 2007
When I wrote yesterday's post, about a beam falling from a bridge under construction, I had no idea that before the end of the day that story would be overshadowed by the collapse of the I-35 bridge in Minneapolis. My condolences to the families of those who have died, and best wishes for the recovery of the injured.
In happier news, the new issue of DEMOLITION is out. I haven't had a chance to read it yet, but it features a Viktor Petrenko story by Steven Torres, and those are always pretty good (my favorite is still the Junk in the Trunk story "Viktor Petrenko, Have You No Mercy"). Of the remaining authors, only William Boyle is familiar to me - I believe he has a story in the new issue of Out of the Gutter, but new writers are always welcome.
The new issue of ThugLit is out, with a rather fetching picture of a nymphet Eve taking an apple from the snake. She looks like she's none too sure about it, too. And I am not familiar with any of these writers... it's like the world has passed me by. And I'm not even 40 for another eighteen months.
As always, details are up (or forthcoming) at the Crime Zine Report.
posted by Graham Powell at 10:35 AM