The New York Chapter of Mystery Writers of America spent Sunday in Woodlawn Cemetery (in the BRONX, baby!) with a graveyard experts, best-selling authors, and a reporter from the New York Times. We even ended up in an article, in which I am quoted. Click here to read. The daylong
In what may be seen as literary gentrification, the Noir at the Bar reading series is coming to Odradeks Coffee House, 82-60 Austin Street, in Kew Gardens, Queens, on Thursday, August 7, 7 p.m. Amazin’ Alex Segura has organized the likes of Rambunctious Reed Farrel Coleman, Honeyvoiced Hilary Davidson, Snappy S.A.
Later this month, on Saturday, I’ll be dropping in on MWA University, which is being hosted in Philadelphia this time. Organized by the Mystery Writers of America, the low-cost, full-day seminar covers the novel-writing process (not just crime stuff) from the idea phase to publication. The courses are taught by
On Tuesday, June 17 , 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
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
Author and Cubano Supremo Alex Segura wrote the great Miami-based crime thriller Silent City. After he was tagged by Kristi Belcamino, he tagged me for this latest blog hoppiness, a series of four basic questions. Check out his answers over at his blog. Here are mine: What are you working
Pics or it didn’t happen. On Sunday, March 23, I reading at the next New York Noir @ the Bar at Shade Bar, organized by the majestic Todd Robinson and gonzo Glenn G. Gray. A great time, a talented group of readers, a really great crowd.