Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 1, Issue 1

Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 1, Issue 1

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Overview

We know a healthy appetite for well-written short stories exists and we want to help make things better. Our goal with Down & Out: The Magazine is to be a little different than other magazines by standing on the shoulders of the giants that have come before us, or at least tiptoe along the arrows in the backs of the pioneers of modern magazine publishing.



Each issue will feature a story based on a series character like this issue's brand-new Moe Prager story by Reed Farrel Coleman. If you're a fan of Moe, who is now retired, you'll want to read this fantastic story.



We also have new tales by established and well-known writers. This debut issue includes series stories by Eric Beetner, Michael A. Black, Jen Conley, Terrence McCauley, Rick Ollerman, and Thomas Pluck. J. Kingston Pierce, fresh off his former beat from Kirkus Reviews, introduces "Placed in Evidence," his non-fiction column only to be found here.



Finally, we'll take a bit of the long road as we answer the question of what happened to crime fiction after Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler moved on from the pulps in "A Few Cents a Word." This issue we re-introduce Frederick Nebel with the first of his Donahue series, "Rough Justice." This is a fun one.



For fans of good writing, good literature, and good crime...welcome.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946502315
Publisher: Down & Out Books II, LLC
Publication date: 08/03/2017
Pages: 166
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.38(d)

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Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 1 Issue 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
3no7 More than 1 year ago
“Down and Out: The Magazine” is a new entry in the mystery digest category. It features stories by prominent writers that give quick glimpses of existing characters. There are stories about people, investigators, criminals, and places, all with a twist or a secret a surprise. There are the good guys, the bad guys, and some who are both; there is even a cute dog. There is a nice assortment of fiction, classic stories, nonfiction, and opinions. If a reader does not “love” one story, there are many others from which to choose. There is also a section with books to watch for in the coming months. “Down and Out: The Magazine” promises to be a great addition to my reading list. Thank you Down and Out Books.