Eric, Thanks for letting us know about your story on Thuglit. I"ll head over there and check it out. Been busy working on several pieces and have been neglecting my reading. Not a good thing. Going to read your story NOW!
Thanks, I really enjoyed your story "Partners." It's rare that any genre delves into the logistics and friction between personalities in life. Unfortunately I have to decline your generous offer, as I am not much essayist and believe me when I say that there is nothing more in life that I would want to write about, than noir.
That must be a serious thrill to work with Eddie, nobody that I know this side of Foster Hirsch and Woody Haut have done more to preserve noir and keep it in the public conscious.
Couldn't 'scoff' at that story. Let me tell you something. I thought about who wrote it before I read it and after, so I could leave a comment. But, never once while I was reading it, did the gender of the writer cross my mind. You know, that's how it should be, and that's how it was with your story, which is why I'm happy to say again that it was very well done! Joyce
Thanks for the invite Eric, and nice to meet a guy who is so involved with the Film Noir Foundation. Any project Eddie has a hand in is one worth working on. Best of luck with the ongoing quest to get a novel into the world (and as a new dad myself, I have to say that is one cute kid you've got there).
Rather than a writer, I am more of a reader and a collector. At 73, I need to get crackin' if I want to publish anything. I have had an interesting life, though, with a few more years to come. I am headed to BC in June on a RR trip. I've been to Japan, Europe, and Norway. Hope to go to Greece before I slide all the way down that slippery slope. You know the hill I mean, the one with one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel. : -)
Hi Eric - thanks for the add request! I Nice to meet you. Nice list of favourites - I've never heard of J B Kohl but given the rest of your list I will have to give him/her a try. I love the Noir City and Film Noir Foundation stuff. Eddie and Kathleen are two of my very favourite people.