On Matters of Me

If Confessions is quiet of late, you’re not hallucinating – it’s because I’m otherwise engaged. But if you’re around Greenwich Village tomorrow night at 6:30, come to the Jefferson Market Library where the Women’s National Book Association is sponsoring a discussion on all things mystery fiction:

Moderator: Janet Reid, WNBA member and literary agent at Fine Print Literary management, specializing in mystery/crime novels.

Panelists include:

  • Jane Cleland, mystery writer and board member of Mystery Writers of America/NYC
  • Tim McLoughlin, editor of Akashic’s best-selling “Brooklyn Noir” Series
  • Kizman Reeves, co-owner of Partners and Crime, a mystery bookstore in Greenwich Village
  • Sarah Weinman crime fiction columnist for the Los Angeles Times, and best-known blogger in mystery publishing

Also, the B&N Review runs my short spotlight piece on Robert Goddard’s Edgar nominated 1997 novel BEYOND RECALL, reissued as part of Bantam Dell’s program to get all of Goddard’s work available Stateside. And I do really need to catch up with Goddard’s backlist properly now..