Akashic continues their great noir series, this time focusing on Richmond, Va. They’re having a party to celebrate the book at KGB Bar on the 29th of April.
Reviewed: Boston Noir, Edited by Dennis Lehane
Akashic Books, 207 Pages by Matthew Caron Boston Noir is the most recent entry in the expansive Akashic Noir Series, which anthologizes regional crime fiction by bundling together short works from best-selling authors with lesser-knowns and setting each story in a different neighborhood, helpfully plotted out on a map in the opening pages. Akashic Noir has so far covered points from Los Angeles to Wall Street to Trinidad with future editions dedicated to locales as diverse as Lagos and Orange […]
Conversation: Kevin Sampsell
After hitting up practically every big city in America (and the rest of the world for that matter), it only made sense for the Akashic Noir series to make it’s way out to the Pacific Northwest, and give Portland, Or. an opportunity to examine the seedy side of the “City of Roses”. It would seem for a project like this, there was only one man for the job of editor, Kevin Sampsell. So you finished editing Portland Noir, and now […]