I have a story in the new issue of Mystery Tribune (no. 11, fall 2019): In “Blackout,” a private eye is hired by a man who awoke from an alcoholic blackout with no memory of how his jaw got broken on the night in question. The problem is the private eye may
This Saturday, November 23, I’ll be at the National Puerto Rican Artisan Fair and Book Expo de Comité Noviembre at Hostos Community College in the Bronx, selling and signing books. Buy three novels and get a t-shirt free (while supplies last.) This is an annual cultural event I’ve long been
I. I’ll be reading from my story “Bobo” from the anthology ¡Pa’que Tu Lo Sepas!: Stories to Benefit the People of Puerto Rico at least two times this month: a) Word Up Community Bookstore, 2113 Amsterdam Avenue at 165th Street, in Washington Heights, Wednesday, November 13, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
This month I was lucky enough to have stories features in two anthologies. The first revolved around Steely Dan, a music band whose artistry I admire. The subject of the second antho, however, is closer to my heart: ¡Pa’Que Tu Lo Sepas! Stories to Benefit the People of Puerto Rico
I remember the song “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number” playing endlessly in the background when I was a kid, and now I got to write a story based on it for A Beast without a Name: Crime Fiction Inspired by the Music of Steely Dan (Down & Out Books, 2019),
“A gentrifier blood-dripping, fresher-than-that-new-craft-brew whodunit debut”—Molecule Tiny Lit Mag “Narvaez has a distinct, deeply compelling (and wonderfully goofy) voice unlike anyone else out there. Carl Hiaasen meets Raymond Chandler.”—Peter R. Emshwiller, author of Levels “At once a smart and funny mystery and an elegy for a Brooklyn destined to disappear beneath
I’ll be on LIVE on the air on the Hour of the Wolf radio show Thursday, September 19, 1-3 a.m.,on WBAI 99.5FM with Jazzy Jim Freund. Yep, that’s the middle of the night for your night owls, insomniacs, and lycanthropes. For the rest, you can always catch the recording afterward here. You