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Queer Writers of Crime

A weekly Arts, Books and Society podcast featuring Brad Shreve
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Ep: 122 Laury recommends the first novel in a grim psychological series by Val McDermid.Podcast Website:www.queerwritersofcrime.comSign up for the show's newsletter:https://tinyurl.com/qworcrimenewsletterCheck out blog posts by guests on the we
Ep: 121 Anthony Bidulka discusses why it was time for him to return to crime fiction, his co-founding a leadership retreat for LGBTQ+ youth, and what it's like to have a geographic location named after him.  As if that's not enough, somehow the
Ep: 120 When ReQueered Tales obtained the rights to Grant Michael's Stan Kraychik series, they never expected to come upon an unpublished 7th novel in the series. That novel, Do-Si-Do with Death publishes in May 2022. Ep: 118 Brad has interview
Ep: 119: How risqué was Tales of the City and was there male nudity? This isn't the primary topic but one of the many Bud Gundy discusses with Brad, including Bud's latest novel Inherit the Lightening, and even some history about Alcatraz.Podca
Ep: 118 Brad has interviewed three of the 2022 Lambda Literary Award nominees for Best LGBTQ Mystery. Now, it's Justene's Turn to say a Word About One of the Novels We Haven't Discussed. Podcast Website:www.queerwritersofcrime.comSign up for th
Ep: 117 Dharma Kelleher converses with Brad about books 1 - 4 in her Shea Stevens Series. The 4th book "Road Rash" is coming soon. They also talk about marginalized people, primarily transgender, representation in the media and especially in bo
Ep: 116 Jeffrey Round, Mark McNease, and Mikel J. Wilson have brief chats with Brad about books they recommend. Listen in and you'll hear how you can get three books signed by outstanding authors.Podcast Website:   www.queerwritersofcrime.comSi
Ep: 115 Author Laury A. Egan is new to the Queer Writers of Crime team offering book recommendations. She starts with a thriller by Anne Holt who Val McDermid says, "...is the latest crime writer to reveal how truly dark it gets in Scandanavia.
Ep: 114 Mikel J. Wilson chats with Brad about the unusual methods he uses to kill his victims, going from destitute to world traveler, and even gets into skydiving.Mikel also wrote a blog post for the website regarding unique methods of murder.
Ep: 113 Philip recommends a book by an author Justene talked about before, but this is the first in a new series. Podcast Website:  www.queerwritersofcrime.comSign up for the show's newsletter:https://tinyurl.com/qworcrimenewsletterCheck out bl
Ep: 112 Jeffrey Round reads from Threads, a poetry collection. In addition, he discusses with Brad Jeffrey's four Bradford Fairfax Murder Mysteries, Murder in P-Town, Death in Key West, Vanished in Vallarta, and Bon Ton Roulet. Plus, they talk
Ep: 111 Justene has a list of murders she prefers, and one is when they occur at a famous landmark. This week she recommends a novel where the mystery gets rolling after someone finds something they weren't shopping for in an iconic store in Ne
Ep: 110 Brad talks with Mark McNease about what makes his Marshall James series thrillers compared to his Kyle Callahan series which are mysteries. They also discuss Mark's preference to write about older characters, plus the different points o
Ep:109 In the first of a new monthly segment, three authors who were guests on the podcast, give book recommendations for others to enjoy. This episode includes guests featured in March 2022. They are Marshall Thornton, Barbarba Wilson, and Eli
Ep: 108 Lambda Literary Award and Goldie Award winner Elizabeth Sims talks with Brad about balancing being both a writer and an editor, how her writing voice reflects her personality, working on a sheep ranch, and the experiences that shaped he
Ep:107 Queer Writers of Crime is excited to add Philip to the team. Once each month he'll give you a book recommendation and in his premier episode his suggestion is a novel by a new author. Queer Writers of Crimes is rated by Buzzfeed as one o
Ep:106 Author Barbara Wilson, recipient of the Golden Crown Literary Society 2020 Trailblazer Award discusses with Brad what it means to be a trailblazer, the spinster sleuth and having series characters grow older, and diverse types of lesbian
Ep:105 Richard Stevenson Lipez, 83, of Becket, died peacefully in his sleep on March 16, 2022, after a long exceptional life, and then an all-too-quick cancer. He would have liked to have lived longer, but considered himself lucky, nonetheless.
Ep:104 Justene visits to launch or new format which offers one shorter episode each week which be for book recommendations. Author interviews will be separate. In this episode, Justene discusses Steve Neil Johnson's The Red Raven: Book 4: The L
Ep: 103 Marshall Thornton and Brad discuss writing multiple series at once, where have the gay hangouts gone, and the different settings for each series.Sign up for the show's Queer Writers of Crime newsletter.Check out Queer Writers of Crime n
Ep:102 In 1970, Joseph Hansen's landmark novel Fadeout was published, launching his twelve-book series featuring Dave Brandstetter, an insurance investigator and gay man.  Crime and mystery fiction publisher Syndicate Books is republishing all
Ep:101 There are two things that make this episode special. First, this is the second Interview After the Interview episode where Brad runs through a series of quick questions from eight previous guests. In addition, Brad will inform you of Cup
Ep:100 Michael Craft was in episode #1 and returns for #100 Michael Craft is the author of seventeen novels, four of which have been honored as finalists for Lambda Literary Awards. His 2019 mystery, ChoirMaster, was a Gold Winner of the IBPA B
Ep:099 Award-winning author, C. L. Brees, was born and raised in rural Indiana, a place where the environment was a bit too restrictive to contain his overactive imagination. He needed a place where he could expand his horizons.  In 2011, after
Ep:098 Garrett Hutson writes upmarket mysteries and historical spy fiction, driven by characters who are moving and unforgettable. He lives in Indianapolis with his husband, four adorable dogs, two odd-ball cats, and more fish than you can coun
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