CrimeMag Dezember 2017 Category

Posted On Dezember 16, 2017By Alf MayerIn Crimemag, CrimeMag Dezember 2017, Musics

Bill Ott: Happy Birthday, Monk

Monk and Harvey Bill Ott, more than 30 years with Booklist, continues to edit the crime fiction section of the magazine and still delights in discovering new hard-boiled writers – or writing about The Greats. Here he gives us permission to republish his toughts about Thelonious Monk & British author John Harvey, who happens to be our columnist. John Harvey ist widely known for his Jazz loving Detective Inspector Charlie Resnick. (A review of his latest, „Darkness, Darkness“ (dt. Unter Tage), you’ll find here: „Kohlenpott-Blues„.) Jazzman Thelonious Sphere Monk (1917–82) was notoriously late for gigs,Read More

Posted On Dezember 16, 2017By Christopher G. MooreIn Crimemag, CrimeMag Dezember 2017, Veranstaltungen

MOORE PRIZE 2018

PRESS RELEASE – For release 1st December 2017 Fiction Award to Recognise Writing on Human Rights The Christopher G. Moore Foundation is pleased to announce that submissions are open for the Moore Prize 2018 to honour fiction that contributes to the awareness, understanding and supports the universality of human rights. This unique initiative is awarded annually, as chosen by a panel of judges whose own work focuses on human rights. The inaugural 2017 Moore Prize (short list: here) was awarded to Anjan Sundaram for his non-fiction book titled Bad News.Read More

Posted On Dezember 16, 2017By Die RedaktionIn Crimemag, CrimeMag Dezember 2017, Krimigedicht

Krimigedicht

Prophezeiung Einmal kommt – ich habe Zeichen – Sterbesturm aus fernem Norden. Überall stinkt es nach Leichen. Es beginnt das große Morden. Finster wird der Himmelsklumpen, Sturmtod hebt die Klauentatzen: Nieder stürzen alle Lumpen. Mimen bersten. Mädchen platzen. Polternd fallen Pferdeställe. Keine Fliege kann sich retten. Schöne homosexuelle Männer kullern aus den Betten. Rissig werden Häuserwände. Fische faulen in dem Flusse. Alles nimmt sein ekles Ende. Krächzend kippen Omnibusse Alfred Lichtenstein (1889-1914)Read More