Category Archives: Guest Blog

Meet Maine Literary Award Winner Brendan Rielly

Today we’re pleased to introduce Brendan Rielly, who is the winner of the 2016 Maine Literary Award for Crime Fiction, to discuss his debut work, An Unbeaten Man. Q. Tell us about The Unbeaten Man. The Unbeaten Man features a Bowdoin … Continue reading

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Introducing a new environmental mystery

(Maine Crime Writers love to introduce our readers to new authors–mostly Maine authors–and books we think our readers will enjoy. Today’s guest is Charlene D’Avanzo, talking about her new eco-mystery) Charlene D’Avanzo: Last month I traveled to one of the most biologically … Continue reading

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Wherever You Hang Your Hat

Katherine Hall Page: We’re closing in on Patriot’s Day, celebrated only in Maine and Massachusetts. Wisconsin has one that is a school holiday, but we know that’s not the real deal. The holiday is relatively recent. Maine replaced something called “Fast … Continue reading

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We’re Not Just About Moose and Lobsters, Ya Know

From time to time, the Maine Crime Writers do a group post. This one builds on that children’s game where you’re going on a trip and bringing along X, Y, and Z. So, everyone was asked to answer this question: … Continue reading

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Plotting: The Thirty Thousand-Foot View

D.A. Keeley here. I’m honored to be invited to write a guest post for the Maine Crime Writers blog. I grew up in Readfield, lived in Presque Isle for a decade, and own a home in Old Orchard Beach. So, … Continue reading

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