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Bryon Quertermous Interviews Ro Cuzon

February 22, 2013 by


Besides having a surname that’s the envy of us all, Bryon Quertermous runs a kick-ass blog over at Coping With Sanity, and today he talks with Ro Cuzon about all sorts of things–sleazy New Orleans, writing and marriage, and social media. Bryon’s an acquisitions and developmental editor for Carina Press, the digital first single title arm of Harlequin publishing. His short stories have appeared in PlotsWith Guns, Thuglit, and Crime Factory, among others, and in the anthologies HARDCORE HARDBOILED (Kensington Books), THE YEARS FINEST CRIME AND MYSTERY STORIES (Pegasus Books), and UNCAGE ME (Bleak House Books).

Bryon: I first met Ro Cuzon in the roundabout way we meet people in this day and age. I heard about his books first at Bouchercon this past year in Cleveland when his publisher sponsored a pretty smooth dive bar launch party. We then connected here and there online and I was able to chat with him again at the annual Milwaukee area crimefest Murder and Mayhem in Muskego. So trust me when I say this cat is cool and worth a read and a follow on Twitter.

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GRUB STREET Publish It Forward on TRR

December 2, 2012 by

Eve Bridburg at Grub Street Writers in Boston asks Jason Allen Ashlock 5 questions about The Rogue Reader.

Is there anything in particular that you look for in successful submissions?

What we’re looking for most in our authors is that they be rogue storytellers. That they really know their genre, enough to know how to effectively break the rules. We don’t want to offer the expected or the predictable. We also want them to be advanced in their craft, gutsy in their storytelling. And we want publishing insurgents: writers who dare to do it differently, who are willing to directly engage with their audience and are already doing that.

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