Tag Archives: Noir @ the Bar

When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Go Virtual

Maine’s crime writers are blessed to be part of a resilient, resourceful community. The particular obstacle doesn’t matter – a sluggish economy, an endless winter, upheaval in the publishing industry – we find a way to survive, buoyed by readers … Continue reading

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Building Community

We don’t talk about it much, but we writers are all about building community. In this time of strife and struggle, that’s a valuable thing. Last weekend I went to Books in the ‘Brook, a monthly salon for readers and … Continue reading

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Want to sample Maine's mystery writers? Here's your chance.

I’ve never really gotten it when people tell me they don’t read mysteries or don’t like mysteries. Particularly when I’m told it by someone who’s read one of my books, and says they “enjoyed it, even though I don’t usually (whatever) … Continue reading

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