You will find:
From the Editor by Jon Jordan
Q & A with Jamie Freveletti by Dana Kaye
Hey It's Ayo - Akimitsu Takagi
Jason Pinter Interviewed by a Jerk
Fiction - Daughters by Nathan Walpow
Cover Story - Bruen and Coleman Interviewed by Gabriel Cohen
Robert Ward Interviewed by Jon Jordan
City of Hearts, City of Dragons by Kelli Stanley
Interview with Mike Carey by by Jon Jordan
A Touch of Paris by Margot Justes
I Love You Jonathan A Turner by Steve Hockensmith
Interview with Rick Geary by Jon Jordan
Dialogue With Declan (Declan Burke)
Reed Farell Coleman column
Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson Interviewed by Jon Jordan
Craig's Joint (Craig McDonald)
Sunshine and Crime from Michael Lister
Eye On Hollywood by Jeremy Lynch
The Sixty Year Old Virgin from Lenny Kleinfeld
Crimespree On Tap featuring Anthony Neil Smith
Footprints: Dorothy Uhnak by Ruth Jordan
Interview with Adrian McKinty by Ruth Jordan
Buzz Bin/Book Reviews
Crimespree on Comics
Cooking With Crimespree featuring JT Ellison
Deadly Pleasures $4.50
Deadly Pleasures is America's premier fan-oriented mystery magazine. In it and on this site we celebrate all that is good about the mystery genre AND point you to the best in crime fiction.
Our 59th issue is now available. The cover article focuses on Ken Bruen and Irish Crime Fiction.
and If you love books…
First, the Book Collector's Magazine $7.95
Collecting Michael Chabon
Whether he is writing mainstream fiction or genre novels, for adults or young readers, Michael Chabon has—as evidenced by the acclaim of his fans and many critics—achieved his potential and gained an honored spot in the pantheon of American Jewish writers.
Picking Up the Trash
One of the most popular articles Firsts ever ran was “Trash Collecting,” which appeared in the September 2000 issue. Now that a decade has passed, we discover that there were some trash books we missed the first time around. Do we chuck them out in our spring cleaning? Not a chance.
The “New Candidates” Checklist
At one time, all these books were easy to find in first edition and collector’s condition. All were best-sellers. Now some of them are scarce in any condition.
Books into Film