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Cool down with the current issue's haunting “It’s Never Just the Wind,” set during an upstate New York winter, by H…
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A list of the most "memorably reclusive protagonists, skylight addicts," and other garret characters:…
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Great guidelines for folks plotting traditional clue-driven crime fiction—from Marvin Kaye at the @eqmm blog.
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"After Wilson’s terrible stroke in 1919, his wife read aloud to him. 'I read so many detective stories that one day…
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@kiritengu1 And another one here.
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@kiritengu1 Here's a blog post by Cliff, about Brazilian crime fiction:
@kiritengu1 Thanks for your interest! We have published 14 short stories in translation by Brazilian authors, many…
and I have a short review of this highly entertaining story!
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Mourning the loss of the great #PhilipRoth this morning by making a drawing of him.
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Steve Hockensmith @MrHockensmith’s “Where the Strange Ones Go” features a shady video-dating service—read it in the…
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“The Changing Face of Mystery Fiction” (by Marvin Kaye)
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A new Simon Brett story coming up in EQMM soon too!
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Congratulations to Martin Edwards and the other longlistees!
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Agree. Wodehouse had four stories in EQMM in the 1950s. Two were reprints ("Adrian Mulliner, Detective" and "Strych…
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For an upstate New York story you will not forget, see Hollis Seamon's "It's Never Just the Wind," in the current i…
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Be sure to follow Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine @eqmm Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine: The world's leading myst…
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One of the best mystery short story writers of his generation, with a career that began in EQMM 32 years ago.
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October 1959. #FlashbackFriday
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Congrat Samantha Allen on a great short #story in EQMM! Loved the #voice, characters, setting. Would love to read m…
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Marjorie Eccles's “The Painter’s Wife” is an atmospheric historical set in Bruges—from the current issue.
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