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Essential information for Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine fans, mystery aficionados, and aspiring AHMM writers!

AHMM is proud to celebrate Shelley Costa, whose story “The Knife Sharpener” from our July/August 2023 issue has been nominated for an Agatha Award. The Agathas are presented by the Malice Domestic convention for the best mysteries of the year in the traditional vein. The awards will be given at the convention on April 27, 2024 in Bethesda, Maryland. Read the story here.

We’re proud and pleased that for the second year in a row, an AHMM story has won the Edgar Award for Best Short Story.  Congratulations to Gregory Fallis who was honored for his story “Red Flag.” (Last year, R.T. Lawton won for his story “The Road to Hana.”) Congratulations, also to the other two authors whose AHMM stories were finalists this year: Charles John Harper for “Backstory” and William Burton McCormic for “Locked-In.” All excellent stories we are delighted to have showcased in AHMM.

Join the conversation . . . at Trace Evidence, where Linda Landrigan and AHMM authors talk frankly about their motives and modus operandi.

The very best of crime fiction podcasts from the pages of AHMM, complete with exclusive author interviews and fun tidbits.

Try a challenging mystery-themed puzzle or two. Updated in every issue.

Try your hand at flash fiction and novella contests! Check it out.

Our archive includes recent Booked & Printed and Case Files columns that originally appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. View them here.

The past year’s annual index, listed alphabetically by author.

Submit your work to AHMM. Read the guidelines.

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