Mystery: Page: 3

This is page 3 of the Mystery posts on Wruters Write.


  • Frank Miller Defends Violence in Sin City (2005-05-20): Comic book writer Frank Miller responded to criticism that his film, Sin City, is too violent and might promote violence in society.

  • Are Women Mystery Writers Worthy of Awards? (2005-04-28): The Book Standard presents a very interesting article which asks the question, "Are the Edgar Awards and the whole mystery community sexist?" Noted critic (and apparent misogynist) Otto Penzler puffs out his chest and declares: Of course, not everyone agrees with Mr.

  • Wachowski Brothers to Film V for Vendetta (2005-03-21): The Wachowski Brothers and Joel Silver, the creators and producer of the Matrix trilogy, have launched production on the action thriller V For Vendetta, starring Natalie Portman, James Purefoy and Stephen Re in Berlin, Germany.

  • Saddam's New Novel is Called Get Out, You Damned (2004-07-20): According to The Scotsman the first excerpt of Saddam Hussein's new novel, Get Out, You Damned, appeared in Asharq al-Awsat, a London-based Arab newspaper.

  • A Conversation With Gary Tigerman (2003-12-01): Gary Richard Tigerman grew up in California's San Fernando Valley biking to public school, splashing around the backyard pool, and secretly reading Bradbury and Heinlein under the covers with a flashlight.

  • A Conversation With Lyn Hamilton (2003-10-01): As a young girl, bestselling mystery novelist Lyn Hamilton dreamed of visiting exotic locales, such as the Great Pyramids, the Yucatan and Thailand.

  • A Conversation With Eliot Pattison (2003-06-01): Edgar award-winning novelist Eliot Pattison is actually pursuing his second successful career.

  • A Conversation With Steve Hamilton (2003-06-01): Author Steve Hamilton talkss about his Alex McKnight mystery novels, creating characters, writing critique groups, working at IBM and more.

  • A Conversation With T. Jefferson Parker (2003-04-01): New York Times bestselling author T.

  • A Conversation With Sarah Lovett (2003-04-01): Sarah Lovett took a somewhat circuitous path to becoming a bestselling novelist.

  • A Conversation With Jayne Ann Krentz (2002-12-01): As a little girl, she loved to read adventure stories, such as The Black Stallion by Walter Farley, mystery stories starring girl sleuth Nancy Drew and science fiction by SF great Robert Heinlein.

  • A Conversation With Shirley Palmer (2002-10-01): Bestselling novelist Shirley Palmer was born in London and educated at Sir William Perkins High School for Girls in Chertsey, Surrey, and at Barking Abbey in the county of Essex.

  • A Conversation With Joyce Christmas (2002-09-01): Popular mystery novelist Joyce Christmas is the author of sixteen mysteries: ten featuring Lady Margaret Priam, an expatriate Brit in Manhattan, four starring retired office manager Betty Trenka, a senior sleuth who's facing the problems of aging and finding a new life for herself, and two books in which both Margaret and Betty team up to solve a case.

  • 2002 Edgar Award Nominees Announced (2002-02-18): The Mystery Writers of America, Inc.

  • A Conversation With Wendelin Van Draanen (2001-12-01): Award-winning children's author Wendelin Van Draanen has always given her all to everything she does.

  • A Conversation With Lawrence Block (2001-11-01): New York Times bestselling mystery author Lawrence Block continues to rack up awards and rave reviews in equal measure.

  • A Conversation With Tess Gerritsen (2001-11-01): Bestselling novelist Tess Gerritsen took an unusual route to a writing career.

  • Telling Lies For Fun and Profit: Setting Your Sights (2001-08-01): A couple of months ago I returned to Antioch College to teach an intensive week-long seminar on fictional technique.

  • HBO Announces Web-Only Mystery Series (2001-07-10): HBO Family, has announced the launch of Dead Mysteries, a Web-only mystery series.

  • A Conversation With Alan Jacobson (2001-06-01): Bestselling mystery author Alan Jacobson took a circuitous route to a writing career.