FROM THE EDITOR
Great stories of any genre are rooted in characters — well-drawn, individual, and credibly motivated…
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine is one of the oldest and most influential magazines of short mystery and crime fiction in the world. Launched over 60 years ago, today AHMM maintains a tradition of featuring both promising aspiring writers and talented authors, spanning the full spectrum of sub-genres from dark noir to graphic works.
Meet the Who’s Who of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine authors! View The Lineup of contributors in the current issue, see what motivates our writers, and much more.
We strive to make each issue of Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine a varied collection of complementary gems, a set of well cut and well matched but distinctive jewels. Our authors, of course, are the forces of nature that produce these treasures, but we strive to show them off to their best advantage. And it’s always a pleasure to see them continue to sparkle long after their appearance in our pages: We’re delighted to celebrate three such gems that are now nominees for prestigious awards. “Blindsided” (September/October 2021) by Michael Bracken and James A. Hearn and “The Road to Hana” (May/June 2021) by R.T. Lawton are both shortlisted for the Edgar Award for Best Short Story, while “A Family Matter”...
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