Flash Fiction: ‘The Things We Left Behind’ by Michael Lacare

There was nowhere to go but everywhere [...]Jack Kerouac Michael Lacare is a Pushcart Prize-nominated writer whose work has appeared in The Rumpus, Able Muse, and Salon. He lives in Florida with his wife Lori where he spends his time writing and drinking copious amounts of black coffee. Follow him on Twitter: @MikeLacare. The Things... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction: ‘In the Eyes’ by Michael Conroy

The reason some portraits don't look true to life is some people make no effort to resemble their pictures.Salvador Dalí In the Eyes Un mistero dell'ispettore Donatoby Michael Conroy Ispettore Donato drove up the Lungarno, headlights on, in the rain, and parked outside the Uffizi Gallery. Far ahead, beyond the courtyard, he saw the Piazza... Continue Reading →

Q&A with James Ellson, author of ‘The Trail’

Crime writer and veteran detective James Ellson recently published his debut novel The Trail, a continent-hopping mystery thriller about detective Rick Castle who follows a kidnapping case from Manchester to Nepal. While offering readers an intelligent and exciting plot, Ellson also provides plenty of insight into real police work and authentic procedural techniques. Today, he... Continue Reading →

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