Janet Rudolph has just issued a call for contributions – reviews, short essays, or author reflections – for a forthcoming issue on Scandinavian crime fiction. Here are the details:
The next issue of Mystery Readers Journal (Volume 30:4) will focus on Scandinavian Crime Fiction. Looking for reviews, articles and Author! Author! essays. Books can be written by Scandinavian writers or set in Scandinavian countries (or both). Reviews: 50-250 words; Articles: 250-1000 words; Author! Author essays: 500-1500 words. Author essays should be first person, about yourself, your books, and the ‘Scandinavian connection’. Think of it as chatting with friends and other writers in the bar or cafe. Add a 2-3 sentence bio/tagline. Deadline: January 10. Send to: Janet Rudolph, Editor. firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m sure some of this blogs’ readers have good things to share. If you’re not familiar with this publication, you may want to browse past issues or check out the 2007 issue devoted to Scandinavian crime fiction.