“AUTHOR WILLIAM CAMPBELL GAULT”

Crime Fiction

A New York Times review once labeled fictional detective Brock (The Rock) Callahan “one of the major private detectives created in American fiction since (Raymond) Chandler’s Philip Marlowe.”

As an author, you couldn’t ask for a better comparison.

Author William Campbell Gault created Private Eye Callahan, an ex-LA Rams football player with a bad knee, and based in Beverly Hills.

Gault wrote crime fiction and […]

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“AUTHOR FRANK KANE”

Author, Crime Fiction

The blond was on her feet, trying to get to the door, Liddell caught her wrist, spun her around.

“Look, there’s a man in the morgue with a bullet in his brain. There’s another with no face. So don’t think that pretty face of yours buys you a pass.”

The blond tried to wriggle out of his grasp. “You’re hurting me.”

“I’m going to do […]

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AUTHOR RAYMOND CARVER

Short Story Writer

Raymond Carver ranks among the most prominent writers and poets of our time, considered the most influential since Ernest Hemingway. He specialized in short stories.

Carver chose the short story format for pragmatic reasons.

He told French literary journalist Claude Grimal in a 1987 interview that when he and his wife were in their teens, she was pregnant, had no money, and had to work hard to rear their two children.

“It was also […]

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STORYTELLER’S 7: J.C. HULSEY ON WRITING SOMETHING DIFFERENT

J.C. Hulsey says when his head hits the pillow, it’s as if a “switch goes off in my brain and I have to write.”

J.C. began his writing career in his early twenties writing songs, and even recorded a couple of them in the late-Sixties.

In the next decade, he focused on writing poetry. In 2013, he published seven books of poetry on Amazon.

He got the urged to write a Western last year but […]

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