Monthly Archives: May 2012

“Memories of Ed” (by Doug Greene)

There are many ways in which individuals can make contributions to the field of mystery and suspense fiction other than by writing the stories and novels we love to read. In recent years, conventions such as Bouchercon and Malice Domestic … Continue reading

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“In Good Company” (by Carolyn Hart)

It’s only rarely that bestselling author Carolyn Hart writes a short story. She’s a prolific novelist, with more than four dozen titles in print, most of them mysteries. EQMM is fortunate to have been able to present two of those … Continue reading

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“The Moment of Decision” — Perched on the Edge of What Happens Next (by Art Taylor)

This week, as promised, we have a post by Art Taylor, a writer whose reviews and critical essays are regularly featured in magazines and newspapers. The authors whose work he discusses here are some of my favorites (and I hope … Continue reading

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Two Awards Ceremonies

On Thursday, April 26, 2012, the Mystery Writers of America held its annual Edgar Allan Poe Awards dinner in New York. It was a special night for Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine and our sister publication Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. Two … Continue reading

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SOMETHING IS GOING TO HAPPEN: Not Just Another Mystery Blog (we hope!)

The Internet already contains innumerable sites where crime and mystery fiction is discussed. As the editor of Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, I should know. Our magazine hosts “Blog Bytes,” a column started by Ed Gorman and continued by Bill Crider … Continue reading

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