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How to Reframe the Strangeness of The Plague as Sci-Fi Noir

In the early 2010s I lived near a bookstore called KAYO Books, in an area of San Francisco sometimes called Tenderloin Heights. They stocked an incredible array of pulp and genre fiction: two dizzying floors of detective fiction, mysteries, westerns, schlocky movie and TV tie-ins, and erotica.... Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

[ Literrary Hub | 2021-11-24 09:55:50 UTC ]
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A Healthy Dose of Badass for Detective Fiction

Author Tracy Clark says today’s fictional detectives can be women of color—and they can save themselves. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2021-06-11 04:00:00 UTC ]
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The Best Novels of the 1890s

The 1890s saw pioneering works of science fiction, detective fiction, and Gothic horror all published, by some of the greatest English, Scottish, and Irish writers of the age. In the United States, too, novelists addressed social issues, sometimes in comic ways, while social realism continued to... Continue reading at 'Interesting Literature'

[ Interesting Literature | 2019-12-31 15:00:10 UTC ]
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BookNet Canada Offers Studies of Popular Genres

BookNet Canada has issued four studies looking at the demographics for book buyers of biographies/autobiographies, detective fiction, science fiction and cookbooks, each showing trends for the genre. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2017-05-19 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Ann Widdecombe's Dancing Detective is debut self-publishing performance

The former MP's first detective novel spins off from a Strictly Come Dancing-esque TV show called Lively Toes Read an extractFeaturing a "conceited brute" of a politician, a professional dancer named Beautella LaReine and a backstage murder on a popular televised dance contest, Ann Widdecombe's... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2014-08-28 00:00:00 UTC ]
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