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An Inside Look at Crime Fiction

Latest Episodes

Special Episode: Frank Bill day at DSD

ESteve Weddle talks with Frank Bill about his new book, DONNYBROOK. An excerpt from the book can be found at the DoSomeDamage blog. (UPDATE: Er, not so much anymore. Head to Frank Bill's blog if you want details on DONNYBROOK.) Here's what folks are saying about the book: "Donnybrook is some serious hillbilly-noir that had my ears ringing by the end. Open the first page... and duck." --Craig Clevenger, author of The Contortionist's Handbook and Dermaphoria “Dark, grim, and achingly beautiful. Frank Bill is one of the most original and compelling voices in this new generation of crime writers, and Donnybrook is nothing short of stunning.” -- John Rector, author of The Cold Kiss and The Grove "Donnybrook is a bellow of rage from the American heartland, and Bill is the new bard of the disaffected rural underclass." -- Roger Smith, acclaimed author of Wake Up Dead "With Donnybrook, Frank Bill has crafted one of the most fearless debut novels I've read in years. Bill has taken the rural...

-1 s2013 FEB 19
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Special Episode: Frank Bill day at DSD

Season Three Preview

EJay has a book deal. Nothing else. Email us:dsdamage AT gmail.com Also, you can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page or clickhere Jay Stringer, dressed as Leonardo diCaprio for Halloween, 1982.

-1 s2012 JAN 4
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Season Three Preview

Russel D. McLean and Jay Stringer Get Lost

ELooking for Russel today? Well, you've found him. He and Jay Stringer chat about -- among other things -- Russel's fantastic THE LOST SISTER, now available stateside. Listen to the chat here in the warm tones of an m4a file. Enjoyz UPDATE: MP3 file here. Buy the book hereor here or here. AS ALWAYS: You can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page or 4. Clickhere

-1 s2011 MAR 25
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Russel D. McLean and Jay Stringer Get Lost

Seth Harwood visits Jay Stringer: YOUNG JUNIUS

ESeth Harwood and Jay Stringer chat it up. Check out the book: YOUNG JUNIUS AS ALWAYS: You can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page or 4. Clickhere

-1 s2011 MAR 23
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Seth Harwood visits Jay Stringer: YOUNG JUNIUS

DSD Book Club -- LATE RAIN chat with author Lynn Kostoff

EIn today's special edition of the Do Some Damage podcast, Steve Weddle talks with Lynn Kostoff, author of LATE RAIN, the Do Some Damage book group selection. For more on the DSD Book Group, go here. For more on Do Some Damage, go here. For more on LATE RAIN (Tyrus Books) and Lynn Kostoff, go here. DESCRIPTIONCorrine Tedros is a Lady Macbeth wannabe who sets in motion the murder of her uncle-in-law (a soft-drink mogul), and things go awry when the murder is witnessed by a senior citizen in the late stages of Alzheimers. Things are complicated by the fact that the daughter of the man with Alzheimers is involved with a former homicide detective who has resigned and moved South in an attempt to reshape and simplify his life; on his own, Decovic starts to make connections in the case that cause Corrine Tedros to up the ante in keeping herself out of the murder investigation.A book about desire and need and the fear that drives how far the characters are willing to go to find what they wa...

-1 s2011 FEB 5
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DSD Book Club -- LATE RAIN chat with author Lynn Kostoff

Missed Flight, featuring Oscar Martello

EHere's a special fiction edition of the DSD Podcast. Dan O'Shea reads Steve Weddle's "Missed Flight." If you like Dan's reading of "Missed Flight," check out his reading of another Oscar Martello story, "Walkaways," which you can find at Seth Harwood's CrimeWav. And check out Dan's site for his own stories. The story "Missed Flight" appeared at Beat To A Pulp here. Also, we've announced the new book for the DSD book group. More info here. The DSD collection TERMINAL DAMAGE, containing "Walkaways," is available at Amazon's Kindle store and at Smashwords. AS ALWAYS: You can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page or 4. Clickhere

-1 s2011 JAN 20
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Missed Flight, featuring Oscar Martello

PIKE chat with Benjamin Whitmer

EOn Dec. 18, Steve Weddle and Benjamin Whitmer had a chat about Whitmer's fantastic book, PIKE. The novel was the lead-off pick for the DoSomeDamage book group. Two other things to mention to you. First, still plenty of copies of the TERMINAL DAMAGE ebook available at Amazon and Smashwords. Second, the Christmas Noir Flash Challenge that Jay Stringer thought up kicks off over at DoSomeDamage this week. We got so many entries, Jay will be updating the site multiple times per day. Great stories from some of our favorite writers. So enjoy the chat with Mr. Whitmer. AS ALWAYS: You can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting the iTunes music store or 3. Visiting the Feedburner page or 4. Click here

-1 s2010 DEC 19
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PIKE chat with Benjamin Whitmer

Crime Fiction in Comics

EIn this episode Jay is joined by Paul Montgomery (IFANBOY.COMand the FUZZY TYPEWRITER podcast) and Joey Aulisio (MATINEEIDLES.COMand the CHEMICAL BOX podcast) to talk about crime fiction in comics, and some of the great titles you could try out. BLACKSADHardboiled PI fiction. With animals.ISBN978-1595823939 SCALPEDNoir, Crime and Social fiction set on a Native American reservation. Best comic currently on the go? Quite possibly.The story starts with volume one, INDIAN COUNTRY, ISBN978-1845766764 JINX.What Eliot Ness did next.ISBN978-1582401744 TORSO, GOLDFISHSergio Leone-inspired street level crime stories.978-1582401959978-1582401799 ALIASFemale PI. With superpowers. And great dialogue.One of the best comics of the last ten years.978-0785137320 POWERSCops + Superpowers + Dialogue = Fun.The story starts with the murder mystery WHO KILLED RETRO GIRL? ISBN978-1582406695 CRIMINALNoir anthology series. Very accessible. One of the best titles out there. The omnibus is a sound investment ...

-1 s2010 NOV 12
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Crime Fiction in Comics

Hilary Davidson: Do Some Damage Done

EThis week we're chatting with Hilary Davidson about her debut, THE DAMAGE DONE. Hilary DavidsonTHE DAMAGE DONE “Razor sharp mystery debut…a great portrait of sisterly love, despite a dysfunctional past, as well as a highly satisfying mystery”— Publishers Weekly Lily Moore, a successful travel writer, fled to Spain to get away from her troubled, drug-addicted younger sister, Claudia. But when Claudia is found dead in a bathtub on the anniversary of their mother’s suicide, Lily must return to New York to deal with the aftermath. The situation shifts from tragic to baffling when the body at the morgue turns out to be a stranger’s. The dead woman had been using Claudia’s identity for months. The real Claudia had vanished, reappearing briefly on the day her impostor died. As Claudia transforms from victim to suspect in the eyes of the police, Lily becomes determined to find her before they do. Is Claudia actually missing, or is she playing an elaborate con game? And who’s respons...

-1 s2010 OCT 18
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Hilary Davidson: Do Some Damage Done

The Lineup: Crime time for poets

EThe DoSomeDamage podcast, Season 2, Episode 3 This week Jay Stringer and Russel D. McLean chat withGerald So of THE LINEUP. Also, you know, Mr. Reed Farrel Coleman's INNOCENT MONSTER is out. AS ALWAYS: You can get the podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page. The music used is 'Skinny Legged Girl' of the album 'Speaking In Cursive' by Two Cow Garage (itunes, 7.99)

-1 s2010 OCT 8
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The Lineup: Crime time for poets

Latest Episodes

Special Episode: Frank Bill day at DSD

ESteve Weddle talks with Frank Bill about his new book, DONNYBROOK. An excerpt from the book can be found at the DoSomeDamage blog. (UPDATE: Er, not so much anymore. Head to Frank Bill's blog if you want details on DONNYBROOK.) Here's what folks are saying about the book: "Donnybrook is some serious hillbilly-noir that had my ears ringing by the end. Open the first page... and duck." --Craig Clevenger, author of The Contortionist's Handbook and Dermaphoria “Dark, grim, and achingly beautiful. Frank Bill is one of the most original and compelling voices in this new generation of crime writers, and Donnybrook is nothing short of stunning.” -- John Rector, author of The Cold Kiss and The Grove "Donnybrook is a bellow of rage from the American heartland, and Bill is the new bard of the disaffected rural underclass." -- Roger Smith, acclaimed author of Wake Up Dead "With Donnybrook, Frank Bill has crafted one of the most fearless debut novels I've read in years. Bill has taken the rural...

-1 s2013 FEB 19
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Special Episode: Frank Bill day at DSD

Season Three Preview

EJay has a book deal. Nothing else. Email us:dsdamage AT gmail.com Also, you can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page or clickhere Jay Stringer, dressed as Leonardo diCaprio for Halloween, 1982.

-1 s2012 JAN 4
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Season Three Preview

Russel D. McLean and Jay Stringer Get Lost

ELooking for Russel today? Well, you've found him. He and Jay Stringer chat about -- among other things -- Russel's fantastic THE LOST SISTER, now available stateside. Listen to the chat here in the warm tones of an m4a file. Enjoyz UPDATE: MP3 file here. Buy the book hereor here or here. AS ALWAYS: You can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page or 4. Clickhere

-1 s2011 MAR 25
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Russel D. McLean and Jay Stringer Get Lost

Seth Harwood visits Jay Stringer: YOUNG JUNIUS

ESeth Harwood and Jay Stringer chat it up. Check out the book: YOUNG JUNIUS AS ALWAYS: You can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page or 4. Clickhere

-1 s2011 MAR 23
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Seth Harwood visits Jay Stringer: YOUNG JUNIUS

DSD Book Club -- LATE RAIN chat with author Lynn Kostoff

EIn today's special edition of the Do Some Damage podcast, Steve Weddle talks with Lynn Kostoff, author of LATE RAIN, the Do Some Damage book group selection. For more on the DSD Book Group, go here. For more on Do Some Damage, go here. For more on LATE RAIN (Tyrus Books) and Lynn Kostoff, go here. DESCRIPTIONCorrine Tedros is a Lady Macbeth wannabe who sets in motion the murder of her uncle-in-law (a soft-drink mogul), and things go awry when the murder is witnessed by a senior citizen in the late stages of Alzheimers. Things are complicated by the fact that the daughter of the man with Alzheimers is involved with a former homicide detective who has resigned and moved South in an attempt to reshape and simplify his life; on his own, Decovic starts to make connections in the case that cause Corrine Tedros to up the ante in keeping herself out of the murder investigation.A book about desire and need and the fear that drives how far the characters are willing to go to find what they wa...

-1 s2011 FEB 5
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DSD Book Club -- LATE RAIN chat with author Lynn Kostoff

Missed Flight, featuring Oscar Martello

EHere's a special fiction edition of the DSD Podcast. Dan O'Shea reads Steve Weddle's "Missed Flight." If you like Dan's reading of "Missed Flight," check out his reading of another Oscar Martello story, "Walkaways," which you can find at Seth Harwood's CrimeWav. And check out Dan's site for his own stories. The story "Missed Flight" appeared at Beat To A Pulp here. Also, we've announced the new book for the DSD book group. More info here. The DSD collection TERMINAL DAMAGE, containing "Walkaways," is available at Amazon's Kindle store and at Smashwords. AS ALWAYS: You can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page or 4. Clickhere

-1 s2011 JAN 20
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Missed Flight, featuring Oscar Martello

PIKE chat with Benjamin Whitmer

EOn Dec. 18, Steve Weddle and Benjamin Whitmer had a chat about Whitmer's fantastic book, PIKE. The novel was the lead-off pick for the DoSomeDamage book group. Two other things to mention to you. First, still plenty of copies of the TERMINAL DAMAGE ebook available at Amazon and Smashwords. Second, the Christmas Noir Flash Challenge that Jay Stringer thought up kicks off over at DoSomeDamage this week. We got so many entries, Jay will be updating the site multiple times per day. Great stories from some of our favorite writers. So enjoy the chat with Mr. Whitmer. AS ALWAYS: You can get the FREE podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting the iTunes music store or 3. Visiting the Feedburner page or 4. Click here

-1 s2010 DEC 19
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PIKE chat with Benjamin Whitmer

Crime Fiction in Comics

EIn this episode Jay is joined by Paul Montgomery (IFANBOY.COMand the FUZZY TYPEWRITER podcast) and Joey Aulisio (MATINEEIDLES.COMand the CHEMICAL BOX podcast) to talk about crime fiction in comics, and some of the great titles you could try out. BLACKSADHardboiled PI fiction. With animals.ISBN978-1595823939 SCALPEDNoir, Crime and Social fiction set on a Native American reservation. Best comic currently on the go? Quite possibly.The story starts with volume one, INDIAN COUNTRY, ISBN978-1845766764 JINX.What Eliot Ness did next.ISBN978-1582401744 TORSO, GOLDFISHSergio Leone-inspired street level crime stories.978-1582401959978-1582401799 ALIASFemale PI. With superpowers. And great dialogue.One of the best comics of the last ten years.978-0785137320 POWERSCops + Superpowers + Dialogue = Fun.The story starts with the murder mystery WHO KILLED RETRO GIRL? ISBN978-1582406695 CRIMINALNoir anthology series. Very accessible. One of the best titles out there. The omnibus is a sound investment ...

-1 s2010 NOV 12
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Crime Fiction in Comics

Hilary Davidson: Do Some Damage Done

EThis week we're chatting with Hilary Davidson about her debut, THE DAMAGE DONE. Hilary DavidsonTHE DAMAGE DONE “Razor sharp mystery debut…a great portrait of sisterly love, despite a dysfunctional past, as well as a highly satisfying mystery”— Publishers Weekly Lily Moore, a successful travel writer, fled to Spain to get away from her troubled, drug-addicted younger sister, Claudia. But when Claudia is found dead in a bathtub on the anniversary of their mother’s suicide, Lily must return to New York to deal with the aftermath. The situation shifts from tragic to baffling when the body at the morgue turns out to be a stranger’s. The dead woman had been using Claudia’s identity for months. The real Claudia had vanished, reappearing briefly on the day her impostor died. As Claudia transforms from victim to suspect in the eyes of the police, Lily becomes determined to find her before they do. Is Claudia actually missing, or is she playing an elaborate con game? And who’s respons...

-1 s2010 OCT 18
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Hilary Davidson: Do Some Damage Done

The Lineup: Crime time for poets

EThe DoSomeDamage podcast, Season 2, Episode 3 This week Jay Stringer and Russel D. McLean chat withGerald So of THE LINEUP. Also, you know, Mr. Reed Farrel Coleman's INNOCENT MONSTER is out. AS ALWAYS: You can get the podcast by 1. Right-clicking on the title up there at the top (or, if you have one of those Apple computers, whatever you people do) 2. Visiting theiTunes music store or 3. Visiting theFeedburner page. The music used is 'Skinny Legged Girl' of the album 'Speaking In Cursive' by Two Cow Garage (itunes, 7.99)

-1 s2010 OCT 8
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The Lineup: Crime time for poets
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