noir podcasts

EPISODE 29: “No Mystery” by Terence Faherty

Shamus Award winner Terence Faherty is featured this month reading “No Mystery” (from the March/April 2011 EQMM), a...

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EPISODE 28: “Stone Cold Christmas” by Doug Allyn

This month, to celebrate the holiday season, EQMM presents a third podcast reading by multiple Edgar Allan Poe Award...

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EPISODE 27: “Ibrahim’s Eyes” by David Dean

The story that won the EQMM Readers Award in 2007, “Ibrahim’s Eyes” by David Dean (from the June 2007 EQMM), is...

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EPISODE 26: “Comeback” by Ed Gorman

The Private Eye Writers of America’s new lifetime achievement award winner, Ed Gorman, is our featured author this...

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EPISODE 25: “The Green Cross” by Elizabeth Zelvin

Elizabeth Zelvin, a New York poet and psychotherapist turned mystery writer, reads her Agatha Award nominated story...

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EPISODE 24: “Fun and Games at the Carousel Mall” by Tom Tolnay

Award-winning short story writer Tom Tolnay reads his story “Fun and Games at the Carousel Mall” (from the...

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Episode 22: “So Much in Common” by Mary Jane Maffini

An award-winning author of both novels and short stories, Mary Jane Maffini joins with author James Lincoln Warren in...

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EPISODE 20: “Famous Last Words,” by Doug Allyn

Multiple EQMM Readers Award winner Doug Allyn is also a talented professional musician. For this podcast of his story...

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Episode 11: "Star of the Silver Screen" by Janice Law

Edgar Allan Poe Award nominee Janice Law takes the classic woman-in-jeopardy story in an entirely unexpected...

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Episode 8: "Horn Man" by Clark Howard

Winner of the 1981 Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Short Story, “Horn Man” features unforgettable characters and the...

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This is where it ends

The main characters go hurtling across California as season two comes to an end. We'll take you to the big trees, a...

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Dead, hiding or on fire

Officer Paul Woodrugh and State Attorney Katherine Davis are dead as we careen towards the final episode. Hear from...

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Santa Muerte, sex party history and the LA Riots

Tonight's episode has lots of ties to real L.A. history. We'll talk about legendary Hollywood orgies and girls,...

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Moving day

We'll talk about Frank Semyon's modest new house in Glendale and go deep on the long, sordid history of high speed...

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Location, location, location

There is a field of wooden stakes with pink ribbons. A bar where the Velcoro men like to drink and talk. A mansion...

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Good old police days

Detective Ray Velcoro lives and we talk to a real LA trauma surgeon about how it could have happened. Plus a cultural...

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Shotgun talk

Ray Velcoro got two in the chest from someone in a crow mask. We wanted to know what the chances are that we'll see...

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Vinci plays itself

Did Det. Ray Velcoro just die? We talk to creative director Patrick Clair and photographer David Maisel about the...

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