Thursday, November 29, 2018

Call for Articles: Murder & Mystery in the American South

CALL FOR ARTICLES: Murder & Mystery in the American South 

The next issue of Mystery Readers Journal (Volume 34:4) will focus on mysteries featuring crime fiction set in the American South.

We're looking for Reviews, Articles, and Author! Author! essays.

Reviews: 50-250 words; Articles: 250-1000 words; Author! Author! essays: 500-1500 words.

Author essays are first person, about yourself, your books, and the 'American South' connection. Think of it as chatting with friends and other writers in the bar or cafe about your work and your American South connection. Add title and 2-3 sentence bio/tagline.

Deadline: January 5.
Send to: Janet Rudolph, Editor. janet @

Please forward this request to anyone you think should be included.

1 comment:

MJaxn said...

Aaron Marc Stein wrote a mystery series following a pair of archaelogist sleuths, Tim Mulligan and Alsie May Hunt that were set in in Mexico and central America. They are out of print but fun if you can find them used. Here are some titles:
The Sun Is a Witness (1940)
Up to No Good (1941)
Only the guilty (1942)
... and High Water (1946)
Death Takes a Paying Guest (1947)
We Saw Him Die (1947)
The Cradle and the Grave (1948)
Days of Misfortune (1949)
The Second Burial (1949)
Frightened Amazon (1950)
Three, with Blood (1950)
Shoot Me Dacent (1951)
The Dead Thing in the Pool (1952)
Mask for Murder (1952)
Death Meets 400 Rabbits (1953)
Moonmilk and Murder (1955)