Another issue of Suspense Magazine and message from the editors arrived in the Guild's inbox this week. The full message and a link to the Summer 2020 issue follows. Note also that Suspense Magazine welcomes submissions from authors, both well known and new to publishing.
Welcome to 2020, the year we all want to forget!
However before we usher out the year in grand fashion, we have a very exciting issue for you.
Joel C. Rosenberg
Catch a sneak peek inside a couple of great books by Michelle Dunne and Joe R. Lansdale. Ronald S. Barak shares a great article on writing a murderer. R. G. Belsky tells you how to make your fictional serial killer, scarier. Inspired by actual events: author Sheldon Siegel sat down with author Joseph Badal. Samuel Marquis brings us a very cool article on Soldiers of Freedom.
We have several new short stories, tons of new book reviews and so much more. It's one of our largest issues to date, over one hundred pages long.
If you haven't heard we teamed up with Jeffery Deaver, Linwood Barclay, Rhys Bowen, Heather Graham, Alan Jacobson, Paul Kemprecos, Shannon Kirk, Jon Land, John Lesrorart, D. P. Lyle, Kevin O'Brien and Hank Phillippi Ryan to bring you the anthology, "Nothing Good Happens After Midnight," coming November 2020.
Stay healthy everyone, we will see you soon!
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