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THE CRIME SCENE: “Texas AF” starring Gabino Iglesias, Mike McCrary and Michael Pool
This week we explore the noir traditions of the nation’s second largest state. That’s right, we’ve got an episode that’s “Texas AF” with Gabino Iglesias (ZERO SAINTS), Mike McCrary (GENUINELY DANGEROUS), and Michael Pool (DEBT CRUSHER and FAST WOMEN AND NEON … Continue reading →
THE CRIME SCENE: “Series” in Short Fiction, Guest Hosted by S.W. Lauden, with Naomi Hirahara and Rob Hart
This month, on THE CRIME SCENE, we are privileged to have S.W. Lauden guest host the show. S.W. Lauden’s short fiction has been published by Out of the Gutter, Criminal Element, Shotgun Honey and Crimespree Magazine—among many others. His short story, … Continue reading →
THE CRIME SCENE: Anthologies in Crime Fiction, with James R Tuck, Thomas Pluck, and Joe Clifford
This month The Crime Scene talks about crime fiction anthologies with three guys who know what they’re talking about. James R. Tuck who edited the outlaw country crime fiction anthology MAMA TRIED, Tommy Pluck, who edited PROTECTORS 2, and … Continue reading →
THE CRIME SCENE: “The Reviewer in Crime Fiction” with Benoit Lelievre, Renee Asher Pickup, and Keith Rawson
This month, THE CRIME SCENE features “The Reviewer in Crime Fiction.” We’ve top-loaded the episode with the great Ben Lelievre (Dead End Follies), Renee Asher Pickup (formerly of the Books and Booze podcast) and Keith Rawson (LitReactor). Join us … Continue reading →
THE CRIME SCENE: “Talking Noir at the Bar” with Jedidiah Ayres, Erik Arneson, James R. Tuck, and Ed Brock
Smack dab between a mess of Spring Fever, the country has been awash with Noir at the Bar of late. During a 30 day span, there will have been readings in Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, and Harrisburg, PA. Catch a … Continue reading →
THE CRIME SCENE: “The Novella in Crime Fiction” with S.W. Lauden, Angel Colon, and Mike Monson
Out to prove that BIGGER isn’t always BETTER, the Crime Scene with Eryk Pruitt sits down with three authors of crime novellas, including one that is a publisher. S.W. LAUDEN (Crosswise), ANGEL COLON (The Fury of Blacky Jaguar) and All … Continue reading →
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The Crime Scene is a great podcast with always interesting interviews. If Pruitt spelled his first name right, I'd try to give it six stars.