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”
On Tuesday, March 18, as president of the Mystery Writers of America, New York Chapter, I will be hosting reading series at KGB Bar, 85 East 4th Street, N.Y., 7-9 p.m. This is the sixth one we’ve done and the second one I am hosting. Experienced and emerging writers will
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
Roachkiller and Other Stories just received a very generous review by Daniel over at Looking for a Good Book. He says: I don’t know why Narvaez isn’t a house-hold name. Anyone who likes good fiction, or well-defined characters, or strong writing, should have this author on their bookshelves. To keep
I don’t often write poetry, but when I do it’s superhero poetry! Somehow having developed the proportionate strength of a bard, I am very lucky to have three poems in the new anthology Drawn to Marvel: Poems from the Comic Books (Minor Arcana Press), edited by Bryan D. Dietrich and Marta Ferguson: “Peter
I have been elected to serve as the president of the Mystery Writers of America, New York Chapter. I’ve been a member of the MWA for several years now and, while there are many benefits to joining, I enjoy the camaraderie with other crime writers most of all. When I
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.