Number 40 is in the Box!
Yep, we've got new stuff from Sarah Weinman, Kim Harrington, Russel McLean, Daniel Hatadi and D.H. Reddall. It's an intriguing mix of virgins and those who've been around the block a few times.
Check 'em out. Let us know what you think.
We've also got an excerpt from the pulp classic A DUM-DUM FOR THE PRESIDENT by Brett Martin, featuring Montreal private eye Mike Garfin (also possibly mentioned once or twice here).
Plus over 300 new or updated files (and more on the way), just to show there's more to my life than painkillers and THE ROCKFORD FILES, and a couple of new non-fiction essays, including Max Allan Collins' MICKEY SPILLANE: THIS TIME IT'S PERSONAL.
In the P.I. Poll, I address the slowly dawning realization that doing the site is like pushing one big boulder uphill all the time -- and that we (or mostly me) need help. But I'll be discussing that with you guys in the next little while.
In the meantime, thanks, as always, to two-fisted fiction editor Gerald So, Max Allan Collins and Lynn Maguire (who graciously allowed us to use one of her father's great pulp fiction illustrations for our "cover") and all our other contributors for making our fortieth issue something worth clicking to.
As always, your comments and suggestions (and nitpicking) are appreciated. And eagerly anticipated.