Posted by Lesley Conner on Mar 17, 2013 in Apex Publications Blog: Matters of SF, Fantasy, and Horror | 0 comments
Our Apex bloggers brought us a great week of noir blog posts. Everything from discovering what noir is, to in depth looks at the women writers of noir, to discussions of the ultimate femme fatale. This week we had it all.
Monday, March 11th
by Jessica Nelson
Feeling as if her experience with noir was lacking, Jessica went in search of information and inspiration. This is what she found.
by Lesley Conner
There are a still Early 50 copies of What Makes You Die by Tom Piccirilli. Don’t miss this chance to get a signed copy before anyone else.
Tuesday, March 12th
by Gary B. Phillips
Gary introduces us to the women writers of the classic noir era, along with their most famous works.
Wednesday, March 13th
by BJ Burrow
From James M. Cain’s The Postman Always Rings Twice, to the bleak life of John Garfield, BJ takes us on a wild noir ride.
Thursday, March 14th
by M. Asher Cantrell
Explore noir fiction’s long, strange relationship with horror.
Friday, March 15th
by A. C. Wise
A.C. tells us why Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is the ultimate femme fatale.