Kim Fay interviews Alan Parks about his debut novel, “Bloody January.”
The Glamour Machine: Eve Babitz’s Los Angeles
“Slow Days, Fast Company” consistently reveals Babitz’s fascination with America, which she considered a place apart from Los Angeles.
Beyond the Confines of Race and Culture: “Hola and Goodbye: Una Familia in Stories”
Kim Fay on Donna Miscolta's latest book.
Relying on Others for a Sense of Self
Kim Fay reviews “In Plain View” by Julie Shigekuni.
Lisa Turner discusses her new novel, “Devil Sent the Rain.”
Looking and Looking Away
Kim Fay reviews “Gesell Dome” by Guillermo Saccomanno.
Kim Fay reviews “Darkness for the Bastards of Pizzofalcone” by Maurizio de Giovanni.
Modern Mexico in Stark Relief: On the Importance of Laura Esquivel
With “Pierced by the Sun,” Laura Esquivel shows why she’s one of Mexico’s best contemporary novelists.
Things That Make Me Angry
Kim Fay talks to Lisa Brackmann about broaching tough subjects in her crime fiction while also staying funny.
We Should All Listen
James Ziskin on his signature character, Ellie Stone.
An interview with Denise Mina about crime writing and low art.