Live at NoirCon: Three Minutes of Terror, Part 2

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Live at NoirCon: Three Minutes of Terror, Part 2 (S2E4)

This episode of Word Crimes was recorded live at NoirCon 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during a panel called THREE MINUTES OF TERROR.

It features readings by ten authors: Kevin Catalano, Matt Cook, Keith Gilman, Rob Hart, William Hastings, Nik Korpon, Peter Rozovsky, Wallace Stroby, Graham Wynd, and me.

THREE MINUTES OF TERROR was organized and hosted by Joe Samuel Starnes. It was great fun for the readers and audience alike — the fast pace works very well. Enjoy!

This is part 2 of 2. Part 1 is available here.

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Live at NoirCon: Three Minutes of Terror, Part 1

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Live at NoirCon: Three Minutes of Terror, Part 1 (S2E3)

This episode of Word Crimes was recorded live at NoirCon 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during a panel called THREE MINUTES OF TERROR.

It features readings by eight authors: Patricia Abbott, Jedidiah Ayres, Richard Godwin, David James Keaton, Jon McGoran, Anthony Neil Smith, Marshall Stein, and Jonathan Woods.

THREE MINUTES OF TERROR was organized and hosted by Joe Samuel Starnes. It was great fun for the readers and audience alike — the fast pace works very well. Enjoy!

This is part 1 of 2. Part 2 is available here.

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Noir at the Bar Philadelphia: Part 3 – Jonathan Woods, Erik Arneson, Duane Swierczynski & Jon McGoran

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Noir at the Bar Philadelphia: Part 3 (S1E20)

This episode of Word Crimes was recorded live at Misconduct Tavern in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at a terrific Noir at the Bar event. It features readings by Jonathan Woods, me, Duane Swierczynski, and Jon McGoran.

Hosted by Peter Rozovsky, Noir at the Bar kicked off the great NoirCon, which takes place every two years in Philadelphia. All told, a dozen authors read their work in front of an enthusiastic, standing-room-only audience. This episode is part three of three. Part one can be found here, and part two can be found here.

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Noir at the Bar Philly 2014

Noir at the Bar Philadelphia: Part 2 – Merry Jones, Don Lafferty, Sarah Weinman & Dennis Tafoya

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Noir at the Bar Philadelphia: Part 2 (S1E19)

This episode of Word Crimes was recorded live at Misconduct Tavern in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at a terrific Noir at the Bar event. It features readings by Merry Jones, Don Lafferty, Sarah Weinman, and Dennis Tafoya.

Hosted by Peter Rozovsky, Noir at the Bar kicked off the great NoirCon, which takes place every two years in Philadelphia. All told, a dozen authors read their work in front of an enthusiastic, standing-room-only audience. This episode is part two of three.

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Noir at the Bar Philly 2014

Noir at the Bar Philadelphia: Part 1 – Thom Nickels, Jen Conley, Joe Samuel Starnes & Matt Cook

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Noir at the Bar Philadelphia: Part 1 (S1E18)

This episode of Word Crimes was recorded live at Misconduct Tavern in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at a terrific Noir at the Bar event. It features readings by Thom Nickels, Jen Conley, Joe Samuel Starnes, and Matt Cook.

Hosted by Peter Rozovsky, Noir at the Bar kicked off the great NoirCon, which takes place every two years in Philadelphia. All told, a dozen authors read their work in front of an enthusiastic, standing-room-only audience. This episode is part one of three.

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Noir at the Bar Philly 2014

Live at Bouchercon 2014 – Seth Harwood, Jess Lourey, Erik Arneson & Rob Hart

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Live at Bouchercon 2014 (S1E16)

This episode of Word Crimes was recorded live in Long Beach, California, at Bouchercon 2014, where Jess Lourey, Seth Harwood, Rob Hart and I all read our work in front of a live audience.

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