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THE CRIME SCENE: “Talking Noir at the Bar” with Jedidiah Ayres, Erik Arneson, James R. Tuck, and Ed Brock


Smack dab between a mess of Spring Fever, the country has been awash with Noir at the Bar of late. During a 30 day span, there will have been readings in Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, and Harrisburg, PA. Catch a quick interview with Jed Ayres (Peckerwood, Fierce Bitches), who popularized N@TB’s current incarnation, then a chat with Harrisburg host Erik Arneson (Fortune), James R. Tuck (Blood and Bullets) and Ed Brock (Pale in Death).

It only hurts as long as  you let it.

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The Latest on Carolina Book Beat: The Crime Scene with David Terrenoire and Jedidiah Ayres

Beneath a Panamanian Moon 

David Terrenoire (Beneath a Panamanian Moon, Minotaur Books) and Jedidiah Ayres (Peckerwood, Broken River Books) [broadcast 2015-09-28] — Host Eryk Pruitt launches new show The Crime Scene ahead of BoucherCon in Raleigh, October 8-11, 2015, and Noir at the Bar on Thursday, October 8 at Raleigh’s Common 414. Terrenoire (in studio) and Ayres (via phone from St. Louis) were the inaugural guests in this new show which looks to “expose literature’s underbelly” in its usual time slot of the second Monday of the month. In this episode, they discuss “The South” and crime fiction.

David Terrenoire (left) and Eryk Pruitt (right).

David Terrenoire (left) and Eryk Pruitt (right).