A Few Words With: Peter Steiner

A Few Words With: Peter Steiner

Peter Steiner has always found ways to tell stories. His first cartoons appeared in the New Yorker in 1979, and his 1993 “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” cartoon remains the most popular in the magazine’s history. He is also a...
A Few Words With: Layton Green

A Few Words With: Layton Green

Nobody could ever accuse novelist and adventurer Layton Green of not following his muse no matter where it leads him. The author of a series of books that go from fantasy to thriller to mystery and back again, Green is never afraid of staying true to his own literary...
A Few Words With: Timothy Jay Smith

A Few Words With: Timothy Jay Smith

Writers are often told to write what they know. For someone who has spent as much time living and working and getting into mischief around the globe as Timothy Jay Smith, that could only mean writing award-winning thrillers and screenplays based in exotic locales. I...
A Few Words With: Debut Author Mike Houtz

A Few Words With: Debut Author Mike Houtz

As for most debut authors, the path to publication for thriller writer Mike Houtz has been a series of incredible learning experiences. I sat down with him recently to talk about his new book “Dark Spiral Down,” the joys of going with an independent...
A Few More Words with: Dick Belsky

A Few More Words with: Dick Belsky

We don’t do a lot of second takes here at the Open Mic, but then some folks are always worth hearing from again. Such is the case with R.G. “Dick” Belsky, who dropped by recently to talk about his latest crime thriller, “Below the Fold,”...

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