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),
Dear Fans (both of you), I’d like to reassure you that I have not been dormant for lo these many months but have actually been scribbling away and getting stories rejected and even accepted. It is just that sometimes the Giant Hand of Publishing moves so, so, so slow. But here’s
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.
My story “Ending in Paumanok” will appear in Long Island Noir, due out this May from Akashic Books. The anthology is edited by Kind Kaylie Jones and also features the works of Jumpin’ Jules Feiffer, Madcap Matthew McGevna, Nice Nick Mamatas, Quick Qanta Ahmed, Chummy Charles Salzberg, “They Call Him