Big congrats to Mme Sylvia Warsh who received great publication news to add to Mesdames on the Move for June.
After her story, “The Ranchero’s Daughter”, appeared on Otto Penzler’s 2018 long list of best mystery short stories, Vautrin, a new Kansas, USA publication, contacted her. They asked her to write a story for their inaugural issue.
Sylvia penned “The Comeback”, a chilling noir tale with themes of archeology – and of course, murder. Vautrin’s first issue, has just been released. To order copies and to learn more about this exciting new publication, visit their website.
And Sylvia has more good news: Darkhouse Books is publishing a new noir anthology, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love. They will reprint Sylvia’s story, “The German Credit”, one of her very earliest publications, in their upcoming book. (Publication date to be announced soon.)
In 2016, Darkhouse published, Black Coffee, an anthology of noir stories of crime and desperation, which included a story by Mme Rosemary McCracken.
For a full listing of Darkhouse publication, visit their website here.