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Prescott, AZ
About Me:
Hmm...what to say, what to say. I write crime fic. - tending toward the dark with a bit o' humor thrown in. Recently started editing for Spinetingler. I do some voice acting for Coyote Radio Theater - mostly comedy and/or mystery stuff ("Kyla Jackson: Temp Spy," "Little Janey: Pet Detective," etc.). Do some sound editing and recording. Active with local art scene - mostly event stuff. Used to paint all the time (abstract oils), but now I mostly do the words on the page thing.

Live in the mountains of Northern AZ with the hubster, two dogs, and a turtle. Spend a lot of time perfecting the art of procrastination and getting in touch with my inner lay-about. Spent several years working with kids with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. Now I write. And read. And write some more.
I Am A:
Books And Authors I Like:
* The Sound and the Fury (Wm. Faulkner)
* The Guards (Ken Bruen)
* Gone for Good (Harlan Coben)
* To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee)
* American Gods (Neil Gaiman)
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
* Wings of Desire
* Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast
* Casablanca
* You Can't Take it with You
* Down by Law
* Fight Club
* Pulp Fiction

Angie's Blog

Sean Chercover Interview

Suspect: Sean Chercover Known Aliases: Shifty Canuck, Secret New Yorker...

Occupation: Writer, Troublemaker

Last Known Location: Chicago, IL & Toronto, Canada

Listen in as Sean talks about tackling "The… Continue

Posted on October 15, 2008 at 1:43am

Victor Gischler Interview

Suspect: Victor Gischler Known Aliases: Mr. Apocalypso (yes, I made that up)

Occupation: Writer, College professor

Last Known Location: Baton Rouge, LA

Listen in as Victor talks about his… Continue

Posted on August 14, 2008 at 1:00am

J. D. Rhoades Interview

Suspect: J. D. Rhoades

Known Aliases: Dusty Rhoades (he wouldn't cop to any others)

Occupation: Lawyer, Columnist and Writer

Last Known Location: Carthage, N.C.

Listen in as J.D. talks about his latest standalone thriller, Breaking Cover, what's in the works with his… Continue

Posted on August 7, 2008 at 3:00pm

Anthony Neil Smith Interview

Suspect: Anthony Neil Smith Known Aliases: The Enforcer, Dubh, Opinionated Jackass

Occupation: Writer, Assistant Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing at Southwest Minnesota University (whew!)

Last Known Location: The Great White, southern Minnesota

Listen in as Neil talks about his latest book, Yellow… Continue

Posted on July 28, 2008 at 11:54am

Ian Rankin Interview

The Bloody Scots - Part 5

Suspect: Ian Rankin

Known Aliases: King of Tartan Noir, God

Occupation: Writer

Last Known Location: Edinburgh, Scotland

Listen in as Ian talks about his Inspector Rebus series, the recent explosion in the Scottish arts… Continue

Posted on July 22, 2008 at 5:14am

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At 3:59pm on October 16, 2008, Beth Groundwater said…
Hi Angie,
Thanks for befriending this cozy mystery author!
- Beth
At 10:35am on June 1, 2008, Tom Cooke said…
Saw you online and stopped by to say Hi. My backs killing me so I'm shutting down for the day.
At 5:26pm on May 25, 2008, MysteryDawg said…
I love your show. Thanks for the podcast comment. Seth has asked me to add a bit for a future show. I'm just starting out with podcasting and I can sure use some advice. Can I contact you regarding this?
At 2:55am on May 14, 2008, Tom Cooke said…
Thanks for steer toward Miss Snark. Unfortunately I didn't follow her when she was actively blogging, but I have gone back and read many of her archives. Hysterically funny woman with a good mind.

I followed your advice and pulled up the crapometer on synopsis. As bad as mine is, it is just a smidgen better than some of those. At least when my beta readers finished mine they didn't look up at me and go,
"What the hell was that about?"

Question for ya' . What is Coyote Radio Theater. I am a huge fan of radio theater and collect the old shows when I get the time to dabble. Are you guys doing contemporary radio theater? Is it local to Prescott or is there anyone in the San Antonio market carrying it? I'd love to hear some of the shows. Check out my crimespace page for an old Dragnet. I think it was the second show aired and didn't even have the trademark "Dum de dum dum music intro. There is also the radio version of Maltese Falcon.
At 3:54am on May 4, 2008, Megan Abbott said…
Thanks for the congrats, Angie!! I've been keeping up w/ your interviews--they are superb!
At 8:54am on March 30, 2008, Elaine Flinn said…
Hi Angie...
Thanks for the invitation! A pleasure to be here...just wish I had more time to spend around here... :)
At 12:11am on March 9, 2008, Brian M Kennedy said…
Hey from sunny Jamaica.:

Only pictures I can manage are word pictures. Remains to be seen how good I am at it.

Four big dogs constant companions here. Pooch has prominent role in the book. Maybe the next Asta. One can hope.

At 9:34am on February 6, 2008, Naomi Hirahara said…
Thanks, Angie. My work doesn't resonate with everyone, but I'm glad that your husband is enjoying it. Great photo of Christa!
At 1:33am on January 22, 2008, Poisonguy said…
I don't know how to answer that. It should have been finished a long time ago, but it hasn't (life). But I've only got the denouement left and I basically know how that's going to come out (about 5 short chapters left). How about you? Working on the same story or have you moved on to another one? BTW, I've visited a few of your online interviews...great stuff.
At 3:54am on January 21, 2008, Angie said…
Um...that's Jen Jordan's anthology, not mine. It is fantastic, though! Some super-fab stories and Jen did a great job with the editing.

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