Tuesday, April 19, 2016

New York City Mysteries: Mystery Readers Journal

Mystery Readers Journal: New York City I (Volume 32:1) is now available. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this great issue! If you're a PDF subscriber to Mystery Readers Journal for '16, you should have received download instructions. If you're a hardcopy subscriber, your issue will arrive shortly.

There were so many articles and reviews that we split New York Mysteries into two issues.  New York City Mysteries II (Volume 32:2) will be out in June..

This issue is available in Hardcopy and PDF download. To order this issue, go HERE.
To subscribe to Mystery Readers Journal for '16, go HERE.



Don’t Care if It’s Chinatown or on Riverside by Margo Kinberg

How the New York Tabloids Helped Me Become a Mystery Author by R.G. Belsky
What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up? by Maggie Barbieri
So Many Places… by Carol Lea Benjamin
All Around the Town by Lawrence Block
Revisiting Molly Murphy’s New York by Rhys Bowen
A Borough with Noir in Its Soul by Philip Cioffari
My New York Story (and Stories) by Alafair Burke
Strange, and True, in NYC by Gabriel Cohen
A Thousand New Yorks by Reed Farrel Coleman
Writing the Cozy Noir by Cleo Coyle
Full-Contact Living in NYC by Julia Dahl
The Year of Living New Yorkishly by Dan Fesperman
Achieving New York by Jim Fusilli
New York Means Neighborhoods by Alison Gaylin
New York, New York: A Promised Land by Kathleen Gerard
Escape to New York by Patricia Gulley
Dark City by David Hansard
A Tough Lady Sleuth in 1940s Manhattan by Heather Haven
A Wide Canvas by Larry Karp
Midtown West by Charles Kipps
In Search of Old New York City by Allan Levine
The Stuff They Skipped in History Class by Lawrence H. Levy
Accidental New York by Katia Lief
From NYPD Street Cop to Author by John Mackie
Dancing and Death with the Rockettes by Mary McHugh
Maan Meyers and New York by Maan Meyers
My New York Office by Chris Pavone
Why I Love New York: It’s So Easy to Research by Roberta Rogow
From the Perspective of a Native New Yorker by M. Glenda Rosen
The New Jerusalem by Carrie Smith
Très Brooklyn by Triss Stein
New York 1950s Noir by David Taylor
My Harlem Renaissance by Persia Walker
Turning New York Life into Fiction by Reba White Williams
The Calculus of a New York Setting by Brian Wiprud
Six Hundred Dollars to Spare by Erica Wright
New York: A Shapeshifter You Can’t Keep Up With by Elizabeth Zelvin

Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Lesa Holstine, L.J. Roberts and Jasmine Simeone
Children’s Hour: New York City by Gay Toltl Kinman
In Short: A Hell of a Mystery Town by Marvin Lachman
Crime Seen: The Naked City by Kate Derie
New York’s Finest: the Top Ten Series Characters by Jim Doherty
From the Editor’s Desk by Janet Rudolph

Subscribe or renew Mystery Readers Journal for 2016 and receive all four issues for '16: New York 1; New York 2: Small Town Cops; Mid-Atlantic Crime Fiction.

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