Episodes

Aug. 11, 2022

Recommendation: Laury Talks About A Series That Doesn't Give Her The …

Ep: 142 Agatha Award-winning author, Abigal Padget has two books in her Bue McCarron Mystery Series. Laury talks about Ultimate B…

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Aug. 9, 2022

Rob Osler on the Average Guy Protagonist

Ep: 141 Rob Osler discusses with Brad his cozy...err, "Quozy" novel, having diversity in story, not having a sexy torso on his c…

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Aug. 4, 2022

Recommendation: Philip Shares A Suspense Novel Involving Nazis And Ma…

Ep: 140 Philip typically recommends mysteries but this month he makes a switch to a suspense and thriller novel that involves spi…

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Aug. 2, 2022

Wendy Whitman Brings True Crime Experience to a Fiction Novel

Ep: 139 Wendy Whitman's background as an executive producer for Court TV and HLN offers her a unique perspective as a crime ficti…

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July 26, 2022

Authors Recommending Authors with Ann Aptaker, David Domine, and Brad…

Ep: 138 Ann Aptaker, David Domine, and Brad Shreve offer novels they believe are must reads. Podcast Website: www.queerwritersofc…

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July 21, 2022

Recommendation: Justene Sings the Praises of an Author from Down Under

Ep: 137 Justene talks about My Name is Jimmy, a short story by an author who's shown his skill at writing a damn good novel. Now …

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July 19, 2022

David Domine Tells the Tale of a Dark Room in Glitter Ball City

Ep: 136 In June 2019, Louisville KY police arrived at the home of jeffrey Mundt and Joseph Banis on what they expected to be rou…

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July 14, 2022

Recommendation: Laury Continues Her Tour of Nordic Noir Mysteries & T…

Ep: 135 This is the third in Laury's series of recommendations of Nordic crime novels. This episode she discusses the first novel…

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July 12, 2022

Timothy Jay Smith: A Thriller Writers Thrilling Life

Ep: 134 Timothy Jay Smith, author of Fire on the Island and The Fourth Courier, began working on social issues in the 1970s, wit…

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July 7, 2022

Recommendation: Philip Discusses One of Richard Stevenson's Final Nov…

Ep: 133 Before his death, Richards Stevenson wrote what he hoped would be the first novel in a new series Knock Off the Hat: A Cl…

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July 5, 2022

Ann Aptaker Digs Deep into Cantor Gold's Personality & Philosophy

Ep: 132 Ann and Brad discuss her protagonist Cantor Gold's background, her life of crime, why she leads a life of crime, and lesb…

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July 1, 2022

Authors Recommending Authors with David S Pederson, Lev Raphael, and …

Ep: 131 David S. Pederson, Lev Raphael, and Brad Shreve, offer suggestions for your reading pleasure. Podcast Website: www.queerw…

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June 21, 2022

Lev Raphael Returns with Plenty to Discuss Including Having the Entir…

Ep: 130 Lev Raphael returns to talk with Brad about having his full Nick Hoffman Academia Mystery Series republished, historical …

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June 16, 2022

Recommendation: Justene Gets Chills From a Diverse Novel

Ep: 129 Justene shares with Brad a novel by Maya MacGregor she believes is a contender for upcoming awards. A contemporary queer …

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June 14, 2022

Laury A. Egan Sees Writing As Serious Business

Ep: 128 Laury A. Egan, and Brad Shreve discuss the diversity in the type of stories she writes, her passion for the visual arts, …

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June 9, 2022

Recommend: Philip Praises A Police Procedural That Passes An Importan…

Ep: 127 Philip's June book recommendation is a book by Catherine Maiorisi that passes The Shreve Test. A High Standard Brad Insis…

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June 7, 2022

David S. Pederson: An Appreciation Of Life

Ep: 126 David S. Pederson and Brad discuss the love of writing dialogue, Phoenix life in the 1940s, and having a zest for life de…

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May 31, 2022

Authors Recommending Authors with Dharma Kelleher, Bud Gundy, Anthony…

Ep: 125 Dharma Kelleher, Bud Gundy, Anthony Bidulka, and Meredith Doench give suggestions for readers. Podcast Website: www.queer…

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May 26, 2022

Brad Gives You A Taste Of What's To Come

Ep: 124 Brad Shreve had planned to give a book recommendation but decided to offer a sample of his current work in progress. He's…

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May 24, 2022

Meredith Doench Advocates for Disability Representation in Crime Fict…

Ep 123: Meredith Doench talks with Brad about being a nice person with a dark side, being a skilled literature and writing instr…

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May 19, 2022

Recommendation: Laury Presents a Dark Thriller by a Master of "Tartan…

Ep: 122 Laury recommends the first novel in a grim psychological series by Val McDermid. Podcast Website: www.queerwritersofcrime…

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May 17, 2022

Anthony Bidulka Came Back. Why?

Ep: 121 Anthony Bidulka discusses why it was time for him to return to crime fiction, his co-founding a leadership retreat for LG…

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May 12, 2022

Recommendation: Philip Gives a Thumbs Up to a Story Which Could Have …

Ep: 120 When ReQueered Tales obtained the rights to Grant Michael's Stan Kraychik series, they never expected to come upon an unp…

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May 10, 2022

Bud Gundy On His Newest Release, The History Of Alcatraz, And Working…

Ep: 119: How risqué was Tales of the City and was there male nudity? This isn't the primary topic but one of the many Bud Gundy d…

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