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Black Lens: Part X

Mar 23, 2011 in Black Lens, Guest Posts

Story by Ken Bruen and Russell Ackerman Ken Bruen is one of the most celebrated crime novelists of our time. Black Lens is his most secret project. Read on as the unveiling continues. Every Wednesday on Mulholland Books. With art by Jonathan Santlofer. Fade in… Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part […]

As the Crow Flies (Part II)

Nov 03, 2010 in Short Stories

Andrew Vachss uses storytelling to teach, to protect, and to make the world a better place. Today,we celebrate the publication of his new novel, The Weight, with part two of his original story “As the Crow Flies,” continued from yesterday. 7. I knew who he was. Just like I knew Alfred Hitchcock hadn’t been his […]

As the Crow Flies

Nov 02, 2010 in Short Stories

Andrew Vachss uses storytelling to teach, to protect, and to make the world a better place. This week, we celebrate the publication of his new novel, The Weight, with an original story and much more to come. 1. Alfred Hitchcock is dead. He’s lying there dead, and I don’t know what to do about it. […]

Cathartic Thrills

Sep 24, 2010 in Books, Guest Posts

A few years ago I was on a book tour in Spain, where I spent two days in a hotel being interviewed by reporters. Interestingly, nearly all of them posed a similar inquiry: What’s it like not to write serious fiction? I admit, at first I was thrown by the question. But in the end […]