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David Cranmer
BEAT to a PULP ringmaster. Columnist at Macmillan’s Criminal Element and LitReactor. Math/Science enthusiast. And, most importantly, Ava’s dad.
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David Cranmer 17h
“We are not dealing with a one-off burst but with a long tradition."
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Hilary Davidson 19h
My newsletters are rare as hen's teeth, but I'm working on one now. Subscribe & you could win a copy of THE NIGHT OF THE FLOOD!
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Jedidiah Ayres 19h
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Jake Hinkson 20h
Been teaching now for almost 15 years. It never occurred to me that one day the response to the regular slaughter of children in schools was going to be, "Let's give Jake a gun and let him figure it out." I can barely get these bastards to staple their papers.
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ArtTaylor 23h
Fun batch of "Noir at the Bar tips" from at I've always tried to live up to these myself!
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David Cranmer 23h
“It’s the limit of the ebook format. The ebook is a stupid product. It is exactly the same as print, except it’s electronic. There is no creativity, no enhancement, no real digital experience,” said Nourry.
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David Cranmer 24h
"We have no lake,” he says. “We have no fish. We have nothing.”
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Art Pics Channel Feb 22
Boulevard de Clichy - Vincent van Gogh
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David Cranmer Feb 21
"— But it's no use, says he. Force, hatred, history, all that. That's not life for men and women, insult and hatred. And everybody knows that it's the very opposite of that that is really life."
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David Cranmer Feb 21
Tidying old files and ran across a document from 1/9/16 that reads, "Satiety, repugnance, disgust, dunder-head, crucible." What the hell?!
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Mark Hamill Feb 21
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Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine Feb 21
Bill Crider was our Blog Bytes columnist, but also an accomplished author, reviewer, and critic—and valued friend to EQMM. Along with the rest of the mystery community, we were deeply saddened to hear of his passing. Today, Janet Hutchings remembers Bill.
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Sam Wiebe Feb 21
Really flattering review of Cut You Down from the Washington Review: "What a pleasure it is to encounter a new voice, a new kind of edginess, a contemporary formulation of detective fiction that has the heft and distinction of the genre’s classics."
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The Twilight Zone Feb 20
A birthday toast to TZ scribe extraordinare and all-around amazing writer Richard Matheson, born in 1926.
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ArtTaylor Feb 20
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David Cranmer Feb 20
I completed "The Floating City" with some bolstering familial assistance. Intriguing note via Wikipedia: "The buildings of Venice are constructed on closely spaced wooden piles. Most of these piles are still intact after centuries of submersion."
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One Perfect Shot Feb 19
BRAZIL (1985) DP: Roger Pratt Director: Terry Gilliam More Shots:
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David Cranmer Feb 20
“This gendering of mirth peaks in the years before and after the second world war, and Raymond Chandler is a typical expression of its consequences for men."
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LitReactor.com Feb 19
Eric Beetner has published 20 books in under 10 years. He knows what he's talking about.
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David Cranmer Feb 19
"There had to be a frontman - someone rich and eccentric enough to be plausible. The reclusive billionaire inventor Howard Hughes was perfect for the role."
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