• A Crime Novelist's Mea Culpa

    "I confess that in my novel there is a beautiful corpse, and that she is female. I may have chosen not to creepily linger on the details of her body as she lays on the slab at the morgue, but she is still there."

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    Ed Brubaker on 1980s Los Angeles, Private Eye Fiction, and the Changing Face of Graphic Novels

    The pandemic derailed pretty much every aspect of regular life – office jobs moved home, shutdowns and social distancing...

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