About a year ago, San Francisco crime writer Tim Maleeny introduced me to Sophie Littlefield at the Bouchercon bar. A tall, ginger-haired wonder...Sophie's a writer with style to burn and a champion of anyone trying to crack the publishing code. We quickly became fast friends.
I was fortunate enough to read an advance copy of Sophie's debut last week A BAD DAY FOR SORRY ahead of the pack and decided to interview her for Tony Black's Pulp Pusher. Her book has been getting a lot of traction in the press lately so take notice, people. The interview can be found HERE.
KIERAN SHEA’s fiction has appeared in dozens of venues including Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Thuglit, Dogmatika, Word Riot, Plots with Guns, Beat to a Pulp, Crimefactory, and Needle: A Magazine of Noir ...as well as in some beefy-looking anthologies most of which will make you question the tether of his shiny, red balloon. To his self-deprecating astonishment he's also been nominated for the Story South’s Million Writers Award twice without sending the judges so much as a thank you note. He co-edited the satiric transgressive fiction collection D*CKED: DARK FICTION INSPIRED BY DICK CHENEY and his debut novel KOKO TAKES A HOLIDAY is out now from Titan Books. Kieran divides his time between 38°58′22.6″N- 76°30′4.17″W and 39.2775° N, 74.5750° W.