Stuff & Nonsense 030: One Beat

Well, this was a great way to close the day yesterday. A stellar blurb for Down the Darkest Street from one of my favorite writers, Chris Holm: “Alex Segura‚Äôs riveting debut, SILENT CITY, introduced the world to Pete Fernandez, a washed-up newsman who haunts the...

Stuff & Nonsense 029: Blue in Green

This is going to be a quick one. I’m knee-deep in my LitReactor comic book pitching class plus a million other things in addition to work. All #luxuryproblems, I know. Fear not, though – this week’s interview is a treat. I’ve known Reed Farrel...

Stuff & Nonsense 028: New Madrid

This week’s chat is with writer Steve Weddle – who some of you may know from his excellent “novel-in-stories” Country Hardball, which The New York Times described as “dazzling.” Pretty good, eh? Not only is Steve a superb writer...

Stuff & Nonsense 027: The Beast and Dragon, Adored

This week’s interview was fun for me on multiple levels. I got to speak with author and friend Scott Adlerberg, who’s written a number of great novels – including Jungle Horses and the upcoming Graveyard Love, both coming via Broken River Books. I...

Stuff & Nonsense 026: Buttefly

This week’s chat is with crime novelist and comic book writer Christopher Irvin, who is not only a talented guy, but extremely kind and supportive of other members of the writing community. He has a new short story collection out via 280 Steps, Safe Inside the...