Since its inception in 1956, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine has showcased both leading authors and new entrants to the field, publishing such talented writers as:
Doug Allyn, Charles Ardai, Robert Bloch, Lawrence Block, John C. Boland, Rhys Bowen, Jan Burke, Rex Burns, George C. Chesbro, Jane K. Cleland, Mike Cooper, Shelley Costa, Avram Davidson, Jeffery Deaver, Thomas M. Disch, John F. Dobbyn, Joan Druett, Brendan DuBois, Kevin Egan, Loren D. Estleman, Terence Faherty, Fletcher Flora, David Edgerley Gates, Joseph Goodrich, Chris Grabenstein, Gar Anthony Haywood, Jeremiah Healy, Joan Hess, Ed Hoch, Steve Hockensmith, Clark Howard, Chris Knopf, Janice Law, Richard Levinson, Robert S. Levinson, Martin Limón, William Link, Robert Lopresti, Molly MacRae, Margaret Maron, Ed McBain, Russel D. McLean, Donald Moffitt, Terrie Farley Moran, Sara Paretsky, I. J. Parker, Talmage Powell, Bill Pronzini, Jack Ritchie, S. J. Rozan, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Walter Satterthwait, Tom Savage, Henry Slesar, B. K. Stevens, Charles Todd, Jim Thompson, Elaine Viets, Hillary Waugh, Sarah Weinman, Donald E. Westlake, Charles Willeford, and Ken Wishnia.
. . . many of whom got their start in the pages of AHMM.