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Brit Grit Alley features news and updates on what's happening down British crime fiction's booze and blood soaked alleyways.

By Paul D. Brazill


Hola! Thrillers, Killers n Chillers has been a consistently cracking Brit Grit  ezine since it started out in  2009. Editors Col Bury, Mat Hilton, Lily Childs and David Barber have published all manner of hard hitting fiction from across the globe. Well, at the moment they're having a Halloween competition. Here's what Col has to say:
 
'Just a heads up that we're holding a Halloween short story comp' on Thrillers, Killer 'n' Chillers - deadline October 22nd (midnight UK).


The editors are each doing a story too: Matt's and mine are already up, with Dave's and Lily's to follow before the top three comp' entries. The winner gets 4 x eBooks (written by the editors).

 
So, if you're a writer, submit, and, whoever you are, pop over and check out the stories. And be sure to have a sniff around the archives, too.
 
And there's more ...  Richard Godwin is currently committing some Atrocious Acts over at All Due Respect.There's a shed load of tasty hard boiled fiction in the archives there, too.
 
 
Vengeance Wears Black by Seumas Gallacher is free for the next couple of days.
 
Brit Grit pioneers Byker Books have a new blog post up.
 
Alfie Robins debut novel 'Just Whistle' is garnering some very positive reviews.
 
Andrew Scorah's new Jimmy Dalton thriller, Border Town Blues,  is OUT NOW. More info at his well turned out website.
 
Danny Kemp's debut novel, The Desolate Garden is going to be made into a film.
 
RC Bridgestock- who are actually two people- have been out and about promoting their D I Jack Dylan books. Catch up with them here.
 
 
Oh, and via birthday boy Nick Quantrill, I see that Anachron Press have opened submissions for their Pulp Line.
 
 
See you soon, same Brit Grit Time, same Brit Grit Channel.



Spinetingler Award nominee Paul D. Brazill has had bits and bobs of short fiction published in various magazines and anthologies, including The Mammoth Books Of Best British Crime 8 and 10,and he has edited the anthologies True Brit Grit & Off The Record 2– with Luca Veste - and Drunk On The Moon. His short ebook collections 13 Shots Of Noir and Snapshots are out now, and his novellas The Gumshoe and Guns Of Brixton will be out pretty soon. His blog is here.