Archive for December, 2013

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Interview: Chatting about Short Stories with Diana Belchase

December 10, 2013

The terrific Diana Belchase interviewed me at Malice Domestic back in May, and she’s just posted the video on her website here and at the blog Kiss and Thrill as well. I’m always self-conscious seeing myself on film, but I hope others might look past the stutters and hesitations and enjoy some of our chat about the short story, teaching, and more. As a bonus, folks who post comments are entered for one of two giveaways, including a copy of the anthology Chesapeake Crimes: This Job Is Murder. — Art Taylor

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Event: Sisters in Crime Holiday Gathering, Saturday, Dec. 7

December 3, 2013

EQMMar-April 2012CoverOn Saturday, December 7, ten mystery writers from the Chesapeake Chapter of Sisters in Crime will be appearing at the party room next to One More Page Books in Arlington, Virginia—talking about their recently published and upcoming crime fiction. Participating authors include Donna Andrews, E.A. Aymar, Meriah Crawford, Barb Goffman, Peggy Hanson, Eleanor Cawood Jones, Sujata Massey, Eileen McIntire, Lane Stone, and me! And just in time for the holidays, you can get autographed books by each participating author to help round out your gift-giving list. I don’t have a book of my own, of course, but I’ll be giving away—yes, for free—some recent issues of Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine featuring my stories.

The program officially begins at 12:30, but come out by noon for informal talk with the authors. You can also bring a brown bag lunch or pick up something from one of the restaurants just across the street: Le Marché at La Cote D’or or Little City Gourmet. In addition, cookies, fruit, and light refreshments will be provided. The event is free—though a $5 donation by other SinC members certainly wouldn’t be turned away (to help cover the cost of the room).

One More Page Books is located at 2200 N. Westmoreland St., Arlington; the party room is just next door. Limited free parking is provided in the lot behind store. Otherwise, meter parking on street is available.

Hope to see a good turn-out! — Art Taylor

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