Title courtesy of The Cramps, as usual.
This weekend's cinematic viewing was Martha Marcy May Marlene which was a very creepy and unsettling film about a girl who escapes from a cult. Her experience is shown in an understated way through flashbacks. John Hawkes is fantastic as the charismatic and chilling Manson-like cult-leader Patrick (he also played the scary Uncle Teardrop in Winter's Bone) who renames all his female acolytes in a very simple but effective way of showing who's in control.
Paul Johnston is interviewed over at The Crime of It All.
Russel McLean teams up with ShortbreadStories to help the Million For a Morgue campaign.
Crime Pieces reviews Peter May's THE BLACK HOUSE, The World According To Who reviews Ian Rankin's DOORS OPEN, Eurocrime reviews Val McDermid's THE RETRIBUTION and Music And More reviews Ray Banks' WOLF TICKETS.
Ian Rankin says that authors need publishers.
A Val McDermid short story takes to the stage. And Val herself will be appearing at the Scarborough Literature Festival in April.
Another Festival - this one in July in King's Lynn and featuring Philip Kerr. And Stuart MacBride will be talking about BIRTHDAYS FOR THE DEAD in Perth on March 13th.
Declan Burke talks to Allan Guthrie, amongst others, on ebook pricing.