Column by Repo Kempt August 16, 2016
This is a basic guide for crime fiction writers including research tips and links. This months topic is 'dead bodies'.
Column by Leah Dearborn
Break out the smokes and champagne, it's that time of the year again.
News by Raine Winters
And the Crime Writers’ Association’s Gold Dagger Award goes to … :::drum roll please:::
Column by George Cotronis
You heard about that new-fangled "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" book. You hunger for more depressing Scandinavian fiction. Let a real Swede teach you his secrets.
Review by Stephanie Bonjack
A boy's disappearance from a summer cabin in 1978 is never solved. 25 years later, another boy is missing. An amateur's investigation takes us into the secret and dangerous world of the Stallo.
Column by Keith Rawson April 24, 2015
Here's 5 things Keith Rawson would like the crime fiction community to change in 2015. (By the way, it's really only one thing.)
Column by Leah Dearborn
A New Year’s roundup of some promising noir, mystery, and true crime to ring in 2015.
Column by Max Booth III August 21, 2014
All signs were pointing toward a rather successful career as a crime novelist, so it was a pretty big surprise when Izzi was discovered hanging from his writing office on December 7th, 1996.
News by Sean May
Alaric Hunt is currently serving a life sentence for murder in a South Carolina prison, but that didn't stop him from writing a crime novel.
Column by Taylor Houston November 27, 2013
Win a copy of the Kwik Krimes anothology by writing a 100-word "Flash Crime" story.
Column by Nik Korpon August 28, 2013
Marlowe and Me follows Nik Korpon's attempts to write better crime fiction by watching his toddler. In this installment: That toddler questions the validity of outlining novels.
Column by Nik Korpon July 8, 2013
Marlowe and Me follows Nik Korpon's attempts to write better crime fiction by watching his toddler. In this installment: That toddler saves a series by ruining a novel.
News by Benoît Lelièvre September 6, 2012
L.A based publishing veterans Nancie Claire and Rip George are turning to you to help finance their digital venture into crime fiction.
Column by Ariel S. Winter August 7, 2012
'The Twenty-Year Death' is told through 3 complete novels, each in the style of a different mystery master: Georges Simenon, Raymond Chandler, & Jim Thompson. Ariel S. Winter tells you how he did it.
New Class: 'TOUGH DAMES- How To Write Believable Hardboiled Heroines' w/ Christa Faust - Starts March 19thNews by Dennis Widmyer
Announcing a new class w/ Christa Faust: 'TOUGH DAMES: How To Write Believable Hardboiled Heroines,' a 4-week beginner-friendly class starting March 19th.
Column by Keith Rawson January 23, 2012
Who're the craziest crime writers in history? Hell, probably all of them, but here are the top five, at least in one writer's opinion.