Tuesday, January 03, 2006

More Interviews

Russel Mclean and Steve Hockensmith have both said yes to being interviewed for my website. I think Russel might be up first a little later this month. In any event,this is a major coup for me because it means I'm developing a theme - short story writers are a focus. Or at least, this is how I know these writers best. I'll be reading "Holmes on the Range" to talk to Hockensmith.

I'll be contacting Beth Tindall, web guru, to update the site today and hopefully, the changes start happening in a week or so.

The lineup, therefore, for the interviews is currently quite impressive - Mclean, Hockensmith, IJ Parker, Con Lehane, Bill Crider, Jim Doherty, and Rebecca Pawel if I can just get her to return my emails. What's up with that??

Oh, and does anyone know where to get hold of Martin Limon? Should I go through SOHO Books?

Scroll up a bit to see why I begged Russel Mclean to talk to me.

2 Comments:

Blogger Jennifer Jordan said...

I would go through SoHo for Mr. Limon. He is brillianr, isn't he? I'v loved the whole George Sueno and Ernie Bascom series.

January 03, 2006 4:26 PM  
Blogger Steven said...

Well, I've tried SoHo now. Left a message. Hopefully, they get back to me. The trick with Mr. Limon is that he's also started a new series (or at least introduced a new detective in a not-too-distant AHMM) and I think "Death of an Aztec Princess" was my favorite of the ones I've read.

I'm fascinated by writers who get a lot accomplished, especially in characterization, in a little space. IJ Parker also fits that mold.

January 03, 2006 5:02 PM  

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