Monday, February 8, 2016


Your Humble Narrator is humbled to be among the contributors to Southwest Noir, a new anthology of gritty yarns by writers from or in or concerned with the southwest, all illustrated by my pal Vince Larue.

Included is a short comic called “Duck”—story by me, art by Vince—as well as my short story “The Guy on TV.” Other contributors include such notables as James Sallis and Larry Fondation, as well my pals Barry Graham, Robrt Pela and Steve Shadow, among many others.

It’s great to be in such company. Several of us will be present for a book-signing this Friday at Fair Trade CafĂ© in downtown Phoenix, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.—not sure which ones or how many, but I’m planning to be there, anyway, as is Vince.

In other scribbling news, the February issue of Phoenix Magazine includes my review of Rhema Soul Cuisine in Queen Creek…

It’s on the stands now, or you can read it here.

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