SMFS Members Published in Anna Karenina Isn't Dead: The Rewritten Lives of Literary Legends
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Today is publication day for the anthology, Anna Karenina Isn't Dead: The Rewritten Lives of Literary Legends. Published by Improbable Press, the read is available at Amazon and other vendors. The SMFS list members that reported being in it are:     Stephen D. Rogers with "Greater Expectations."   Joseph Walker with "Unintended."   Publisher Website Description: Welcome to the rewritten lives of thirty-two literary legends From Russia's Anna Karenina to Vietnam's Lady Trieu, from Cio-Cio-San to Frankenstein's second creature, suffering, madness, or death is the ..read more
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SMFS Member Publishing News: Underpass by Robert Lopresti
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  SMFS list member Robert Lopresti’s short story, Underpass, is published in Black Cat Weekly #130. Published by Wildside Press, the issue is available here in digital format.   Website Description: This issue has a pretty much everything you could possibly want from a mystery and science fiction magazine (and some things you probably never thought you wanted!)—detectives, neanderthals, a professional taster, starships, a body in an underpass, dinosaurs, World War II soldiers, aliens with tentacles, musicians, time travel—and so much more!    As always, thanks to our A ..read more
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SMFS Member Publishing News: There’s a Kid in There by Abe Margel
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SMFS list member Abe Margel’s short story, There’s a Kid in There, was published at Mystery Tribune. You can read the story online for free here ..read more
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SMFS Members Published in Hoosier Noir, Volume Six
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SMFS list members have short stories in Hoosier Noir, Volume Six. The read is available at Amazon. The SMFS list members that reported being in it are:     Shari Held with "Finders Keepers."   Larry Sweazy with “Billy Moon.”     Amazon Description: The sixth volume of Hoosier Noir includes crime fiction stories from the past and present of Indiana. With stories of people swept in things affecting the world at large, or just trying to get through the day, the volume features some of the literary talent coming out of the heartland. While Indiana may get overlooked in t ..read more
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SMFS Member Publishing News: Cold Hard Cash #1: A Martha Chainey Escapade by Gary Phillips
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SMFS list member Gary Phillips’ new book, Cold Hard Cash #1: A Martha Chainey Escapade was released earlier this week. Published by West of Seguin, it is a Comixology Original for the kindle. You can pick it up here on Amazon. You can also read the “COLD HARD CASH Exclusive Preview” at ScreenRant.Com.   Amazon Description: Martha Chainey gets looped into the assignment and sets out into Los Angeles to chase her early leads ..read more
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SMFS Member Publishing News: What Ever Happened to Lorna Winters? by Lisa Morton
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SMFS list member Lisa Morton’s short story, What Ever Happened to Lorna Winters?, is published in Black Cat Weekly #129. Published by Wildside Press, the issue is available here in digital format.   Website Description: BCW 129 is a fun issue. Courtesy of Acquiring Editor Michael Bracken, we have an original Sherlock Holmes tale by A.L. Sirois, and courtesy of Acquiring Editor Barb Goffman, we have a great tale by Lisa Morton. A pulp crime story by H. Bedford Jones, a nautical mystery by Ralph Henry Barbour, and a solve-it-yourself puzzler from Hal Charles round out the mystery half ..read more
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SMFS Members Published in Betrayal: Mystery, Crime, and Mayhem Book #17
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Today is publication day for Betrayal: Mystery, Crime, and Mayhem Book #17. Published by Knotted Road Press, the read is available at MysteryCrimeandMayhem.Com and Amazon.  The SMFS list members that reported being in the issue are:    Joslyn Chase with "Colder Than Gazpacho."                         Diana Deverell with "Foul Trouble."   David H. Hendrickson with "Your Mother's a Whore!"   Robert Jeschonek with "Night of the Moto-Men."   Annie Reed w ..read more
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SMFS Members Published in Yellow Mama Webzine: Issue 102
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  SMFS list members are published in the just released, Yellow Mama Webzine: Issue 102. The issue is online and a free read here. The SMFS list members that reported being in the issue are:     Shari Held with “A Dish Best Served Cold.”   Joan Leotta with "Face in the Tree."   KM Rockwood with “Wheelie.”   Victoria Weisfeld with "Here's Looking at You ..read more
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SMFS Member Podcast News: Caught by the Last Star by Nikki Knight
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SMFS list member Nikki Knight’s short story, Caught by the Last Star, is featured this week at Mysteryrat's Maze podcast. Produced by Kings River Life Magazine, the podcast can be heard here.   Website Description: This episode features the mystery short story Caught by the Last Star by Nikki Knight. It is read by actor Amelia Ryan. You can learn more about the author on her website. In each episode, we share with you mystery short stories and mystery novel first chapters read by actors from the San Joaquin Valley. Our theme song was written and performed by Kevin Memley ..read more
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SMFS Members Published in Murder, Neat: A SleuthSayers Anthology
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Multiple SMFS list members appear in the new anthology, Murder, Neat: A SleuthSayers Anthology. Published by Level Short, an imprint of Level Best Books, the anthology is available at Amazon. The SMFS members that reported being in the book are:   Editor Michael Bracken with "Bar None."   Joseph D'Agnese with "When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bled."   David Dean with "The Atonement of Michael Darcy.”   Eve Fisher with "Bad Influence."   John M. Floyd with “Bourbon and Water.”   Editor Barb Goffman with "Never Have I Ever."   R.T. Lawton with “The Bar.”   ..read more
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