I’ll be part of a very fun event in early June, a Latino Crime Writers Panel and Discussion, with “some of the newest and hottest crime writers who just happen to be Latino.” I’ll be joining Lyn Di Iorio (Outside the Bones), Alex Segura (Silent City), and Steven Torres (Precinct Puerto
On Sunday, March 23, I’ll be reading at the next New York Noir @ the Bar with such top shelf writers as Dave “Snow” White, Hilary “Danger” Davidson, Jason “Super” Starr, Terrence “Two-Gun” McCauley, Glenn “Gregarious” Gray, Todd “The Tank” Robinson, Alex “The Silencer” Segura, and Tim “Oh Man, That Guy”
Just this Monday I read from Grand Central Noir as part of We Three Productions’ Biweekly Readings of Poetry and Prose, upstairs at 2A, 25 Avenue A and 2nd St. Other readers included Marsha Mormon, Nicole Chu, and Saara Dutton. Unfortunately, I was busy reading and missed the 8:30 deadline to pick up my
Crime writer Derrick Ferguson gives Grand Central Noir a generous review over at his blog today, noting that “at its best GRAND CENTRAL NOIR evokes the feel of . . . Will Eisner stories.” Here’s what he had to say about my story: “Meet Me at the Clock” by R.
Once again I’ll be reading as part of the famous Noir at the Bar series, on Sunday, September 9, 6 p.m., once again at Shade, 241 Sullivan Street, NYC. Other readers include Cindy “Raucous” Rosmus, Alison “Wonderland” Gaylin, Terrence “I Want to be Cuban” McCauley, “Jersey” Jen Conley, Gilbert “Crime” King, “Aweseome”Al Tucher,
I’ll be reading from my story “Ending in Paumanok” from Long Island Noir July 12, 6 p.m., as part of Le Poisson Rouge’s Mischief + Mayhem’s Unprintable monthly reading series, which features new work that writers have either refused to publish, been unable to get past industry censors, or finally managed to
Sunday night’s Noir at the Bar NYC was exceptional. Twelve hard-core crime writers read, including me: (in order) Cindy Rosmus, Justin Porter, Richie Narvaez, Todd Robbins, Jason Starr, Jonathan Hayes, Wallace Stroby, Matthew Melina, Thomas Pluck, Jen Conley, Johnny Shaw, and Todd Robinson. A truly talented hive of scum and villainy.