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Art Taylor
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Fiction Writer, Critic, Assistant Professor at George Mason University
Fiction Writer, Critic, Assistant Professor at George Mason University

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Today at The First Two Pages, Stacy Woodson with "Duty, Honor, Hammett" from the Dept. of First Stories at Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. A great story!
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So pleased to host Josh Pachter at The First Two Pages today, celebrating his milestone story "50"—with a title that's a clue to the milestone, of course!
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So pleased to host +Nancy Cole Silverman at The First Two Pages today—celebrating the release today of her fifth Carol Childs mystery from +HENERY PRESS.
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So pleased to be hosting Elaine Viets at the First Two Pages today!
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I'm so pleased to be hosting +Julie Tollefson at the First Two Pages today, talking about her story "Leah"—the cover story for the new issues of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine!
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Today at the First Two Pages, Cathi Stoler talks about her book BAR NONE, the first in the Murder on the Rocks mystery series.
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So pleased to host Sybil Johnson at the First Two Pages today with her new novel DESIGNED FOR HAUNTING, published by +HENERY PRESS. Just in time for Halloween!
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So pleased to host Carol Gyzander at The First Two Pages today! The first of a series of posts featuring authors I met at the Deadly Ink Mystery Conference.
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This week's First Two Pages essay is from Roger Johns—celebrating the second Wallace Hartman novel, RIVER OF SECRETS.
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Final "First Two Pages" post in a series by contributors to the new Bouchercon anthology, edited by Greg Herren. Here, Debra Lattanzi Shutika—my colleague (boss!) at English Department @ George Mason University—talks about her debut short story. See you all in St. Pete for the anthology signing on Thursday!
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