RELEASE OF NOIR NATION NO. 7 - First Golden Fedora Poetry Issue
Soon after its founding in 2011, Noir Nation: International Crime Fiction became the globally recognized home of international crime fiction. Its content is often dark, sometimes creepy, and sometimes humorous but always at the service of the literary imagination as it explores the darker regions of human experience—where the only crime is weak writing.
While continuing its contribution of prose fiction to the noir canon, No. 7 is our first issue to publish original noir poetry, some by way of the Golden Fedora Prize (more about that here: http://bit.ly/2Gdr7UC)
In this Issue:
Fiction by Deborah Pintonelli, Nahary Hernandez, JJ Toner, Barbie Wilde, David James Keaton, Ava Black, Simon Rowe, D.V. Bennett, Frauke Schuster, Gerald Heys, and BV Lawson
Poetry by Bianca Bellová, Adam Ward, Juleigh Howard-Hobson, Bonny Finberg, and Shawn Stibbards
Nonfiction by Michael Gonzales; and a staff interview with police detective and writer George Beck
And the winners of the First Golden Fedora Poetry Prize: George Perreault, Michael Zimecki, Timothy Ryan, J.D. Smith, Craig Kenworthy, Frank De Blasé, James Gardner, Joe Cortinas, Barry Nathan, and Timothy Tarkelly.
Soon after its founding in 2011, Noir Nation: International Crime Fiction became the internationally recognized home of crime fiction. With this issue, it will also be a home for noir poetry. Noir Nation’s content is often dark, sometimes creepy, and sometimes humorous but always at the service o....