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You don't have to be a man or strange to attend the Scottish launch of Carole Morin's Spying on Strange Men. The event is hosted by Glasgow University Literary Society on Tuesday 8 October at Dram Glasgow.
'Morin's talent cuts through contemporary pretence like a Glaswegian kiss.' Richard Godwin 'An ingenious blend of fact and fiction.' The Scotsman. 'Sylvia Plath with a sense of humour' The Herald.
The much anticipated Noir Nation No. 3 — The India Issue — has hit the Amazon Marketplace. Click here. The issue contains over thirty entries from some of the very best literary crime fiction writers in the world, among them Suparn Verma, Samrat X, Yaeer Talker, Bianca Bellova, JJ Toner, Richard Godwin, Simon Rowe, Graham Wynd, David Siddell, and Meah Cross; as well as ace contributions from emerging noir writers Alastair Keen, Terrence P. McCauley, Frauke Schuster, Ryan Gattis, Chelsea L. Clemmons, Gila Green, Paul Alexander, Carmen Tudor, and Anthony Pioppi; and established hard-boiled wunderkinds Jonathan Sturak, Ed Lynsky, Mark Mellon, Christopher L. Irvin, and Nik Korpon, The issue also includes essays on noir-related poetry, music, and the visual arts by Atar Hadari, Vicki Gundrum, and Robert Brunet and two works of classic noir: “The Turkish Brothel” by the late Cortright McMeel and “The Perfect Courtesan” by Kshemendra.
All 3 of my Blackwitch Press ebooks are 77p/ 99c or whatever the equivalent is at other Amazons. ROMAN DALTON – WEREWOLF PI (UK/ US), GUMSHOE (UK/ US) & SNAPSHOTS (UK/ US).
There'll be more carryings on down Brit Grit Alley very soon, sorta kinda thing, like.