The Lineup

Authors In This Issue

New York author Meredith Anthony is the author of Hellmouth (AuthorHouse, 2017).

Mysti Berry is the editor of the anthology Low Down Dirty Vote, published in 2018 as a benefit to fight voter suppression.

Brian Cox’s last tale for AHMM was “The Frozen Fiske” (September 2016).

Medusa in the Graveyard by Emily Devenport, the second in a science-fiction series, is now available from Tor Books.

Laurel Flores Fantauzzo is the author of The First Impulse.

Eve Fisher’s first published mystery short story was “Grownups Are All Alike” (AHMM, April 1997).

New Jersey native Jim Fusilli is the author of Narrows Gate (Lake Union, 2011) and the former Wall Street Journal rock and pop critic.

The fourth book in David Hagerty’s Duncan Cochrane mystery series, They Tell Me You Are Cunning (Evolved Publishing), appeared in summer 2019.

 

The updated edition of Marvin Lachman’s The Heirs of Anthony Boucher: A History of Mystery Fandom is due to be published in October 2019.

“En Agua Caliente,” the previous story in Tom Larsen’s Wilson Salinas series, appeared in AHMM, September/October 2018.

2019 Derringer nominee Janice Law is the author of Mornings in London. Her paintings were recently shown at Top Shelf Gallery in Hampton, Connecticut.

U.K. author and playwright Tom Mead’s work can be found in Litro Online, Flame Tree Press, Crimson Streets, and elsewhere.

Author and doctor Michael Steele Valade’s fiction has appeared in Haunts Magazine and Rosebud.

Angela Zeman’s The Witch and the Borscht Pearl (Pendulum Press) is available in e-book format from Mysterious Press/Open Road.