Meeting the Werewolf

Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright.” —The Wolf Man (1941)   Werewolves exist. I’ve seen them. I’ve met them. First, I heard about them, the way people always have, around a campfire. When I was a […]

Editorial

Bête Noir: Darkness at the Crossroads To be human is to be animal. Ironic that we as an at least loosely distinctive subset of what is quaintly referred to as the kingdom Animalia have in our boundless egoism determined that being human distinguishes us as if not faster, stronger, kinder, or more inherently beautiful than, […]

All About The Ball

Interrogation Anyone looking down into that cold little room from the ceiling camera, say, will see two people sitting across from one another in folding chairs at a metal table bolted to the floor—the Meat and the Police Officer, but things are not quite that simple. The Meat is seven people, and the cop is […]

Also in this issue

The Ethical Author: An interview with David Liss

The Friendly Animals of Patricia Highsmith: An Appreciation of The Animal-Lover’s Book of Beastly Murder

Online Exclusive: Suspect by Robert Crais (Review)

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In This Issue

Fiction

Nonfiction

  • Editorial
    by Alex C. Renwick
  • Meeting the Werewolf
    by Barry Graham
  • The Ethical Author: An interview with David Liss
    by Claude Lalumière (available on 1/27)
  • The Friendly Animals of Patricia Highsmith: An Appreciation of The Animal-Lover’s Book of Beastly Murder
    by Doug Levin (available on 2/3)
  • Online Exclusive: Suspect by Robert Crais (Review)
    by Karen G. Berry (available on 2/10)

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