Guest post by Steven Powell The Big Somewhere: Essays on James Ellroy’s Noir World is a comprehensive study of the Demon Dog of American Crime Fiction. The literary career of Ellroy is explored in full: from his legacy to his influence on other authors, via all the major works in the LA Quartet and Underworld… Read More »
Bloomsbury are very excited to be announcing the launch of a brand new series on contemporary literature, edited by Peter Boxall (University of Sussex), Stephen J. Burn (University of Glasgow) and Bryan Cheyette (University of Reading). Call for Proposals The editors invite proposals for a new series of research monographs (typically 90,000 words long) to… Read More »
Val McDermid talks about writing a series of crime books vs standalone crime thrillers
Ian Rankin talks about becoming a crime and thriller writer.