Tuesday, February 12, 2013
One Microscopic Blog In His Catastrophic Plan...
If you needed any further evidence that the Crime Factory is manufacturing the most complete package for criminally inclined interests, allow me to submit Crime Factory #12. Tell you what else, if reading Frank Wheeler Jr.'s contribution How I Got Back My Darlings doesn't give you criminal wood, you're reading the wrong damn blog.
But if it does...
official launch event in Melbourne, March 3, this is your best bet. Man, if you are going to be down under, pick up a copy of Lee, the new Crime Factory anthology which reads like a fictional memoir of Lee Marvin. N@B vets like Cameron Ashley, Scott Phillips and Erik Lundy, as well as a few hacks you mighta hearda like Adrian McKinty, Johnny Shaw, Ray Banks, Heath Lowrance, Jake Hinkson, Eric Beetner, Andrew Nette, Nigel Bird and on and on.
this list with ridiculously good company? Aw-nerd, for sure. BTW - you read Tony Black's R.I.P. Robbie Silva? Dude named Jed in that one... Hmmm, seem to recall one in Megan Abbott's The End of Everything and Duane Swierczynski's Hell & Gone too. I hear there might be such a character in Kieran Shea's book... Glad to see the name outgrow The Beverly Hillbillys.
Benoit Lelievre posted a review of Fierce Bitches over at Dead End Follies, and A F*ckload of Shorts got a couple nice notices on Amazon recently. Thanks for keeping me stocked in ego-strokes, folks.