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Broke, Not Broken: Homer Maxey's Texas Bank War, by Broadus A. Spivey & Jesse Sublett

My Favorite Books of 2014

    Consider this an expanded version of the piece in the last Austin Chronicle of 2014 on my favorite books of 2014. Sometimes it feels like I’m too busy reading research source material and proofing my own writing to keep up with current books, but as it turns out, I …

RED DIRT #3

Here please find Chapter 3 of the poem cycle titled Red Dirt Chronicles (see also Red Dirt #1 and Red Dirt #2). Updates: Two brand new art works on the ART page which are previewed here as well, “Minotaur in Blue” and “King of the City.” Also note the new pull-down on the ART, Noir/Pulp Fiction Art. I’ll keep updating, adding …

Noir at the Bar Monday May 12, repost

UPDATE: MAY 13, 2014: Thanks to all of you who attended our event last night. Had a great time. After the intro by Scott Montgomery, the BookPeople / MysteryPeople / Number one Austin bookseller, played a couple of songs, starting with one I haven’t played in a while, “Girl From Armageddon,” …

Apologies to my readers

My blog is in a shambles. The last three weeks of work I’ve done here, including a completely new design, revamping all pages, composing new pages and writing chapters for the new feature, Austin Noir, have been lost during the migration to my new domain at Bluehost. It’s possible they …

GRAVE DIGGER BLUES HAS ‘EM ON THE ROPES

  Here’s the latest review of Grave Digger Blues, the Kindle edition, by Chris Leek, a reviewer for the fabulous pulp fiction site OutoftheGutterOnline.com . Read it here or below.   Review: Grave Digger Blues by Jesse Sublett Chris Leek Independent Reviewer Tuesday, April 09, 2013 Joe Clifford recently said in …