Tag Archives: murder

Trophies, by J. Gunnar Grey (12:22)

Today we see that deviating from publishing conventions can create unintended problems for the reader.

A Secondhand Life, by Pamela Crane (2:16)

Today we are reminded that trying to sound writerly is not the point of writing.

Skeletal, by Katherine Hayton (27:41)

Today we see that when repeated word patterns are persistent, immersion is impossible once you’ve noticed them.

Brooding City, by Tom Shutt (7:17)

Today we see that leaping to conclusions is not a sign of a good detective – it’s a sign of a sloppy one.

The Group, by Kevin R. Doyle (9:30)

Today we see that exposition about nameless, unspecified people is totally unengaging.