2/9/2018 8PM ET – UALR Public Radio’s Arts & Letters

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A Million Lights on the Boulevard

On this episode of Arts & Letters, we talk with writer Stewart O’Nan about his historical novel, West of Sunset.

Listen to the broadcast Friday, February 9 at 7:00 pm CST and Sunday, February 11 at 9:00 pm CST.

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Shining in the Dark – Six Editions!

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Six editions of the anthology Shining in the Dark will be available this year! Stewart’s short story “The Novel of the Holocaust” is included.

The Bulgarian edition:
Release date: November 20, 2017
Edition: Paperback
Pre-Order: Pleiad Books
Official site

The US edition:
Release date: January 2018
Edition: Hardback (signed by the editor and the cover artist)
Pre-Order: Cemetery Dance and Amazon
Official site

The Italian edition:
Release date: March 2018
Edition: Paperback
Pre-Order: Independent Legions Publishing
Official site

The German edition:
Release date: July 2018
Edition: Hardcover (numbered and signed by the editor)
Pre-Order: Festa

The UK edition:
Release date: Summer 2018
Edition: Hardcover (numbered and signed by the editor and artist)
Pre-Order: SST Publications
Official site

The Swedish edition:
Kickstarter: April 2018
Release date: September 2018
Edition: Hardcover
Pre-Order: TBA
Official site

[source: Lilja’s Library]

Sue Grafton

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Sue Grafton in 2001. (Jonathan Alcorn/For The Washington Post)

Shocked and saddened to hear Sue Grafton passed away. Incredibly generous and incredibly hardworking, she was a warm and genuine soul. She taught me a lot about being a writer. I’ll be going back to Kinsey to hear her voice.

Dark Screams Coming on January 2018!

Dark Screams: Volume Nine
edited by Richard Chizmar and Brian James Freeman
Publication Date: January 9, 2018

Amazon | B&N | Kobo | iTunes

Featuring Kelley Armstrong, Stewart O’Nan, Taylor Grant, Jonathan Moore, Peter Straub, and Lee Thomas

Kelley Armstrong, Stewart O’Nan, Taylor Grant, Jonathan Moore, Peter Straub, and Lee Thomas weave six hair-raising yarns proving that appearances can be deceiving—and deadly—in this horror anthology assembled by Brian James Freeman and Richard Chizmar.

INVITATION TO THE GAME by Kelley Armstrong
Vivienne dreams of moving up in the company, and now she’s got her chance. All the company asks in return is that she prove her absolute devotion by playing a simple, silly little game.

SUMMER OF ’77 by Stewart O’Nan
Suntanned and bleached blond, the boys and girls of summer never expect anything to interrupt their carefree days. They never see me coming until it’s too late.

THE DEAD YEARS by Taylor Grant
Emma was the great love of his life, even after she vanished. So when she reappears at a cocktail party fifteen years later, he’ll do whatever it takes to keep her from slipping away again.

THE BLACKOUT by Jonathan Moore
When a body goes missing from the morgue, Detective Nakahara is called in to investigate. Despite the storm, it should be a simple case. After all, a dead body can’t just walk out on its own . . . right?

VARIATIONS ON A THEME FROM SEINFELD by Peter Straub
At six years old, Clyde noticed that his reflection decided not to show up in the mirror. Whenever it happens, he just needs to go through the mirror and fetch him. The trick is making it back.

TORN by Lee Thomas
Luther’s Bend is the kind of place where bad things just aren’t supposed to happen, but even the sleepiest towns have secrets . . . and the full moon can bring retribution for all manners of sins.