Review by Tiffany Turpin Johnson
We review this collection of the best tales from the nearly sixty volumes of geographically-themed anthologies of American noir.
Review by Cath Murphy
As Culture Editor of the New York Times Magazine, Adam Sternbergh has the connections to land a publishing deal for his debut novel. But can the boy write? Yes he can.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
June's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'They Don't Dance Much' by James Ross. Read here for details on how you can participate in the discussion.
Column by Rob Hart April 16, 2013
James Ross published one book in 1940. It's credited as creating the rural noir genre, but is mostly unknown. Today it gets a new lease on life.
Column by Craig Clevenger March 20, 2013
Jim Thompson was a seminal writer of American noir fiction who's finally gaining recognition he's long deserved.
Column by Max Allan Collins
A fascinating look at the censorship witch hunt of comic books in the 1950s as reflected in the exciting new noir novel, "Seduction of the Innocent" by Max Allan Collins.
Column by Keith Rawson September 13, 2012
Is the world of Noir a big old boys club? Kinda, but most of the women hanging around could probably kick the crap out of the guys.
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 Ed Sikov August 2, 2012
'The Big Sleep,' by Raymond Chandler, is an overrated piece of shit. Here's why.
Column by Max Allan Collins May 7, 2012
A behind the scenes look at how Max Allan Collins co-authored and helped finish the lost works of Mickey Spillane's 'Mike Hammer' novels.
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.