Authors In This Issue
James R. Benn’s short story collection The Refusal Camp will appear in 2023 (Soho).
Kevin Egan’s most recent novel is A Shattered Circle (2017, Forge).
2022 Derringer Award winner for Best Flash Story John M. Floyd’s recent work appears in Mystery Magazine.
2022 Edgar nominee James A. Hearn is a Texas-based attorney and cross-genre author. His recent work appears in Guns & Tacos and The Eyes of Texas.
Sharon Hunt’s fiction appears in EQMM, Over My Dead Body, and The Best American Mystery Stories 2019.
This is prolific science-fiction writer and columnist (Asimov’s) James Patrick Kelly’s first mystery story.
Christopher Latragna last appeared in AHMM in 5-6/22.
Janice Law’s recent work has been in Mickey Finn, EQMM, Black Cat, and elsewhere.
Martin Limón’s novel War Women is available from Soho Press.
Edith Maxwell is the author of the Quaker Midwife Mysteries (see A Changing Light, 2021, Beyond the Page) among others.
Michael Nethercott’s The Ballad of Black Power will be published in 2023.
Maine-based filmmaker Tara Price is an award-winning screen-writer. This is her first short story.
Iain Rowan’s debut novel is One of Us (Infinity) and he has been shortlisted for a CWA Dagger.
James Tipton is an English professor at the College of Marin. His recent poetry appears in Nostos and Modern Haiku.
A. Wilson, Jr.’s work has been recognized by The Deep South Writers Conference, the William S. Faulkner Awards, and the Private Eye Writers of America.
Physician Melissa Yi writes the Hope Sze medical mysteries.