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Shredded Eloquence

10.30.05 | 2 Comments

In some ways, short story writers are like migrant fruit pickers. We go where the work is. That’s especially true for mystery writers. So when you show up at the camp, you’re not really surprised to see some old friends, as well as a few new faces.

And so it is with the latest issue of Shred of Evidence. Familiar names like Steven Torres, Stephen D. Rogers, John Broussard, and Fleur Bradley appear (what, Ed Lynskey and Nick Andreychuk were too busy?), as well as a few new names. Best of all is the return of “Bullet” Bob Tinsley and his detective Jack Brady. And I’ve got a story there too, “Bystanders“. So mucho kudos to Megan N. R. Powell (“No Relation”) for another terrific issue.

And I owe a big shout out to a couple of guys who helped me out with the story. And I won’t even mention a certain editor who saw fit to reject what some people are calling a “modern masterpiece” (my wife replied, “Yeah, whatever.”). So in your face!

If you read the story, be sure to leave a comment and let me know what you thought of it.

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