Kindle version coming soon!
I read at Odradek’s coffeehouse in Kew Gardens last night, alongside some of the best NYC crime writers working today. I chose an excerpt from “#MalthusianHarvesting”, my collaboration with S.A. Solomon for the upcoming Cannibal Cookbook anthology being edited by Dana C. Kabel. Official after-show photo:
And the original poster here. A beautiful job by Alex Segura:
I wanted to do something special for my upcoming appearance at the Brooklyn Book Festival, so I’ve created a card just for the show. There are only 50 available–each will be numbered and signed by me on the back. On the front is one of my paintings, which I do under the DECK1 handle. The postcards will be free to the first 50 people who come by the MWA table between 11:30-12:30 on Sunday, September 21st.
I’ll also have limited copies of DEAD STOCK on hand. Each will come with an original manuscript page tipped in.
Front of card:
I’ll be at the Mystery Writers of America booth from 11:30-12:30…Please stop by for a signed copy of DEAD STOCK and meet a bunch of other hugely talented people!
The BBF is in downtown Brooklyn, and very easy to reach from most subway lines. Info here: http://www.brooklynbookfestival.org/
In honor of my appearance at Malice Domestic this weekend, for the next 72 hours the Kindle version of DEAD STOCK is only 99 cents! This deal is only good until Monday, when the price rises to 1.99 for three days, before settling back to the regular 2.99 price. So get it for 66% off the regular price while you can!
I’m excited to be going to Malice Domestic for the first time. The convention kicks off on Friday. I’ll be going to panels all weekend, then participating in the author breakfast on Sunday morning, giving a talk as part of Author Alley on Sunday from 11:45-12:00, followed by a book signing. You can see the full program here.
I’ll be reading this Sunday, 4/27 as part of the great NOIR AT THE BAR series. I’ll be debuting a new futuristic noir story, “First Bank of Malice,” about a Wall Street culture where assassinations and gang wars are common.
Shade is at 241 Sullivan, one block south of Washington Square Park. 6pm. Free.