Tag Archives: John R. Clark

A Shout-Out and Thoughts on a New Trend

John Clark congratulating Brian Katcher on his new book Deacon Locke Went To Prom. This is his fifth book and combines funny with emotional. In addition to writing, Brian is a school librarian in Missouri. Here’s a brief description” “Promposals … Continue reading

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Meet Some Fellow Travelers

John Clark posting today Regular readers of this blog do so for many reasons. They may be friends with someone who contributes, they may be lovers of mystery or lovers of Maine or they may simply like what we post. … Continue reading

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So, What exactly is Value, Good Sir?

Kate and I were talking about some of the ways I’ve taken a small rural library in a town that’s closer to hardscrabble than most and made it busy and well-respected throughout the state. “You should write more about that … Continue reading

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Best New England Crime Stories 2014: Stone Cold–the Maine Connections

Hi. Barb here. I’m excited to announce the launch of Best New England Crime Stories 2014: Stone Cold this weekend at the The England Crime Bake. Stone Cold is the eleventh anthology in the series and the fourth I have … Continue reading

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Sunday Update: October 6, 2013

Next week at Maine Crime Writers we’ll be featuring posts from Gerry Boyle (Monday), Kaitlyn Dunnett (Tuesday), Vicki Doudera (Wednesday), Lea Wait (Thursday), and Dorothy Cannell (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog … Continue reading

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