Irish crime writer Eoin McNamee on style, voice, and the imperative to be renegade (more…)
Available in June 2013
‘Hangover at Sunrise’
A brand new short story by CB Forrest
in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine
EMC news – Glen Cairn author C.B. Forrest released the third and final novel in the Charlie McKelvey trilogy on Tuesday, June 12.
The Devil’s Dust follows McKelvey as he travels to his hometown of Ste. Bernadette, a small mining town in northern Ontario.
The novel is a poignant story of a man coming to terms with the choices he’s made in life – without being predictable or preachy. (more…)
The accomplished poet and editor Stuart Ross couldn’t be any busier this spring. He took a few minutes out of his cross-Ontario travels to speak with me about a lifetime with words.
CB: You were first published at sixteen. Using all of my fingers and toes, that means you’ve been writing and publishing for close to 40 years. This is a tough and cruel business. What’s kept you going?
SR: Now, about that forty years is really thirty-six years. At least, in terms of publishing. I’d been writing for four or five years before I was published.
What’s kept me going? A few things come to mind. 1) I’ve gotten some encouragement, and I’m very fortunate in that. (more…)