The Pioneer Press chats with Raymond Benson about his talents in many writing and musical spheres.

The Hartford Courant profiles pediatrician Karen Laugel, one of ten finalists for Amazon’s Breakthrough Writers competition.

Leon Neyfakh’s new “Pub Crawl” column focuses on the sibling rivalry between HarperCollins imprints.

I wrote about my still-mixed feelings about for Vulture earlier this week.

In Scandinavia, crime series, especially from the UK, are hot viewing right now.

David Montgomery tallies responses from his fellow critics on what gets a book reviewed and what relegates it back to the pile.

Duquesne University is hosting its annual symposium, this time focusing on the intersection between forensic science and pop culture.

After reading Ali Karim’s recent interview with Lee Child, I suspect Steve Coll’s new book THE BIN LADENS will be on the thriller writer’s nightstand.

Philly Inquirer music critic Dan DeLuca is the latest to talk with Richard Price about LUSH LIFE. Duane Swierczynski also recaps his introduction of Price’s event at the Free Library last night.

Thrilling Detective turns 10!

Finally, this was the best Rickroll ever, and now the trend should die a happy death.