On Tuesday, March 18, as president of the Mystery Writers of America, New York Chapter, I will be hosting reading series at KGB Bar, 85 East 4th Street, N.Y., 7-9 p.m. This is the sixth one we’ve done and the second one I am hosting. Experienced and emerging writers will
Just this Monday I read from Grand Central Noir as part of We Three Productions’ Biweekly Readings of Poetry and Prose, upstairs at 2A, 25 Avenue A and 2nd St. Other readers included Marsha Mormon, Nicole Chu, and Saara Dutton. Unfortunately, I was busy reading and missed the 8:30 deadline to pick up my
Roachkiller and Other Stories just received a very generous review by Daniel over at Looking for a Good Book. He says: I don’t know why Narvaez isn’t a house-hold name. Anyone who likes good fiction, or well-defined characters, or strong writing, should have this author on their bookshelves. To keep
I don’t often write poetry, but when I do it’s superhero poetry! Somehow having developed the proportionate strength of a bard, I am very lucky to have three poems in the new anthology Drawn to Marvel: Poems from the Comic Books (Minor Arcana Press), edited by Bryan D. Dietrich and Marta Ferguson: “Peter
I have been elected to serve as the president of the Mystery Writers of America, New York Chapter. I’ve been a member of the MWA for several years now and, while there are many benefits to joining, I enjoy the camaraderie with other crime writers most of all. When I
Crime writer Derrick Ferguson gives Grand Central Noir a generous review over at his blog today, noting that “at its best GRAND CENTRAL NOIR evokes the feel of . . . Will Eisner stories.” Here’s what he had to say about my story: “Meet Me at the Clock” by R.
I am proud to announce I have a short story in Grand Central Noir, a neat compilation of crime fiction centered in Grand Central Terminal. Compiled by the Smoking Elk of Pulp Fiction, Terrence P. McCauley, the anthology includes I.A. Watson; Charles “Salty” Salzberg and Jessica Hall; Ron “Fortissimo” Fortier;