In the last few months, I’ve been attempting a media blitz for Hipster Death Rattle. Here is a rundown of where I’ve been recently. Interviews Centro Voices: “The Rat-Tat-Tat of the J and M Train: An Interview with Richie Narvaez.” The terrific Ivelisse Rodriguez (Love War Stories) interviews me as
I moderated the “Excitable Lawyers” panel at this year’s CrimeCONN on May 18 at the impressive Ferguson Library in Stamford, Conn. The stellar panelists (pictured left to right below) included: recovering lawyer and soon-to-be novelist Marjorie Drake; reformed lawyer Connie Johnson Hambley (The Jessica Trilogy); and law-student-for-one-year Charles Salzberg (Swann’s
Find out where to find where I’ll be virtually hawking my wares as my debut novel launches.
My flash story “Southside Valentine,” which takes place in the Rodney Playground in Williamsburg, is now up as part of Akashic Books’ Mondays Are Murder series of short crime fiction stories. Here is an excerpt: Detective Almodovar, half Polish, half Puerto Rican, sits in the playground at the corner of
My debut novel Hipster Death Rattle is now available to pre-order. The crime fiction mystery will be published on March 11, 2019 in trade paperback and ebook formats. Get It! Get It Now! Amazon Amazon UK Barnes & Noble IndieBound About HIPSTER DEATH RATTLE Hipsters are getting slashed to pieces
My story “Black Friday” will appear in the #cannibalnoir-themed anthology Skin & Bones edited by Delicious Dana C. Kabel, due out November 26, 2018. The anthology features anthropophagical tales by hunger artists such as Pleasing Patti Abbott, Aperitive Charles Ardai, Lip-Smacking Lawrence Block, Crumb-Coated Joe Clifford, Ambrosial Angel Luis Colón,
I’ve a new story in the new issue of This Is the Bronx Weekday Magazine. This piece was born from a series of tweets I did about my upstairs neighbors, who may be Quinametzin or who just walk on the floor like they are. Here is a preview: Living in