Author and anthology editor Mitzi Szereto is currently seeking original true crime stories for the fourth volume in her true crime franchise, THE BEST NEW TRUE CRIME STORIES: PARTNERS IN CRIME. Full details can be found at: https://mitziszereto.com/call-for-submissions/See More
Mitzi Szereto (mitziszereto.com) is an American-British author and anthology editor whose books encompass multiple genres, most recently in true crime with her popular series The Best New True Crime Stories. Her work also spans crime fiction, gothic fiction, horror, cozy mystery, satire, sci-fi/fantasy, literary erotic fiction, and general fiction and nonfiction. Her work has been translated into several languages. A contribution in her anthology Getting Even: Revenge Stories received the Crime Writers’ Association Short Story Dagger “Highly Commended.” She has the added distinction of being the editor of the first anthology of erotic fiction to include a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Mitzi has appeared internationally on radio and television and at major literature festivals, and has taught creative writing around the world, including universities in the UK. In addition to having produced and presented the London-based web TV channel Mitzi TV, she portrays herself in the pseudo-documentary British film, Lint: The Movie. Her next book, Women Who Murder: An International Collection of Deadly True Crime Tales, will be published in 2024. Follow her on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, Threads, and Bluesky @MitziSzereto. Also on Mastodon and Spoutible.
I know it has been a long time, but thank you. I have just started a writing contract for a man who lives there in London....and you know I am one of the Writers Bureau writers.
Your projects seem impressive to me. Last week, two more outlets for my second novel have emerged but neither is the rather more obvious - many copies mailed out to publishers. I have no idea why not. I don't know if there is any connection with my handedness issue and having difficulty with something that is supposed to be easy or what.
How was your BBC thing?
Thanks so much,
author/ess of: An Adventure in Indianapolis