Media mentions all over the place

A bit of buzz around the net and in print. Here’s who’s talking: Crimespree Magazine has an interview with me in Issue 31 – the one with Brian Azzerelo on the cover. The big news: I don’t know if Diangelo will survive his current adventure. UPDATE: That interview is now online here. Robot6 over at Comicbookresources picked up my book at Comiccon. His reaction: “Start reading Cash & Carry while they’re making my lunch. The book’s very good.” Couple of other observations about Comiccon from Read More +
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Crimespree finalist

I was a finalist for the 2009 Crimespree Magazine awards! Favorite comics writer Brian Azzarello (winner) Tim Broderick B. CLAY MOORE Ed Brubaker Jason Aaron And yes, it is an honor just to be mentioned! Congratulations to all the winners!
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Cool news about Chicago ComiconCon

Last year, I shared an artist alley table with Dirk Tiede and we had a great time and did very well. This year, I was given an opportunity for something different. This year, I won’t be in artist alley, but in the main publishers area with Crimespree Magazine! And not only that, but the Crimespree booth looks like THE place to be next weekend. While I’m going to be there all weekend, look who’s going to be visiting: Schedule for signings at Crimespree Booth, Booth Read More +
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That’s a wrap

So here’s my Bouchercon wrap up, looking at the Geppi Museum signing and Saturday afternoon/evening. Friday’s Chris Kuzneski, who patiently put up with us amusing drinkers. So would I do it again? Absolutely. I had a terrific time, saw old friends and met new ones (hi RJ!), introduced myself to some new fans (I hope) and learned a lot about the craft. OK, let’s finish it off with some photos: Here’s me and Brian Azzarello at Geppi’s Museum. (Brian is the cool one) Here’s Lee Read More +
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Vertigo Crime line

Good day Friday, with the signing at Geppi’s Museum and the panel where Vertigo introduced their new Crime line. First the Vertigo panel: I’d met Jason Starr at Chicago’s Love is Murder con, and he took me aside to show me some advance pages – they were beautiful. And the story is intriquing too. It was definitely something I wanted to sit down and read. So I was looking forward to seeing the rest of the books and I can say that I was not Read More +
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Crime comics in Baltimore

Crime Comic Book Creator Signing at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum Friday, October 10, 2008, from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM, a number of crime comics creators will be at a special signing event at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, 301 West Camden Street in Baltimore. The event, coinciding with the big mystery convention Bouchercon, includes - Max Allan Collins (Road to Perdition) - Brian Azzarello (100 Bullets) - Greg Rucka (The Complete Whiteout) - Jill Thompson (Scary Godmother) - Tim Broderick (Cash and Carry) - Duane Swierczynski (The Read More +
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This will be cool!

Geppi’s Entertainment Museum Welcomes Bouchercon Crime Authors Come to Baltimore In celebration of the arrival of Bouchercon XXXIX, the preeminent annual gathering of crime fiction authors, editors, artists and fans, and in conjunction with Crimespree magazine, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum (GEM) will host a signing on Friday, October 10, 2008, from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM, at the museum’s 301 West Camden Street facility in Baltimore. Guests for the signing at GEM included crime comic book writer Brian Azzarello (100 Bullets), artist Jill Thompson (Scary Godmother), Read More +
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