I've been a bit slack with the content of late, so I sat down to try and find things of note this afternoon.
First, we've got a profile of Akashic Books' Johnny Temple that ran in the IHT some time ago. I missed it the first time around. He also managed to land himself in a Glenlivet ad.
Over at Bleak House Ben LeRoy interviews Mike Segretto of Contemporary Press. (For a publisher with books like these, they sure have an innocuous sounding name.)
The Rap Sheet has the scoop on Crippen & Landru's definitive collection of Lew Archer short stories.
Allan Guthrie is on television.
The Story Behind the Story: “Ravenhill,” by John Steele - *(Editor’s note: This is the 73rd entry in The Rap Sheet’s “Story Behind the Story” series. Today’s contribution comes from Belfast, Ireland-born author Jo...
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