Smatterings, the Pre-Edgars Edition
Shannon Byrne was taking pictures at the Mysterious Bookshop’s party for BLUE RELIGION and presents them in a Picasa album.
Sandi Ault has won the Mary Higgins Clark Award.
And Sue Grafton will be the recipient of the 2008 Diamond Dagger.
The Evanston Review asks Libby Hellmann what her North Shore neighbors will think of her new novel EASY INNOCENCE.
Storyglossia’s Crime issue, edited by Anthony Neil Smith, is up.
AP’s Hillel Italie talks with YA phenom Stephenie Meyer as she prepares to hit mainstream bestseller lists.
Amazon is suing the State of New York for forcing the retailer to levy sales tax when it really doesn’t want to do that.
For PEN World Voices coverage, there’s no better place to turn than MetaxuCafe.
And finally, this wins in the Department of Creepy and Shocking.