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That Will Look Great On My Bookshelf


Wednesday, October 27, 2010
 
The latest issue of Crime Factory Magazine is now available, featuring lots of.. wait, did I say bookshelf? You're damn right I did! Crime Factory is now available as a printed book from Amazon's CreateSpace. So now there's a new print-on-paper 'zine out there, joining the ranks the Needle and Out of the Gutter (and others I'm sure I'm forgetting).

Rather disreputable company, but whatever. Some of the fictionistas in this issue include Charlie Williams, Sandra Ruttan, the prolific Patricia Abbott, Paul D. Brazil, and Jim Winter, plus many others, both known and unknown to me.

In other mystery-pub news, webzines Mysterical-E and The Back Alley have new issues out this week, too. The Back Alley's lineup is particularly strong, with stories by O'Neil De Noux, Wayne D. Dundee, and Simon Wood.

posted by Graham Powell at 7:13 PM
 
 

Parnell Hall is King - UPDATE: Bouchercon Edition!


Saturday, October 09, 2010
 
King of Kindle, that is. A palate cleanser after a busy week:



UPDATE: And here's the hot-off-the-presses Bouchercon 2010 edition:


posted by Graham Powell at 4:01 PM