For us, Greg Barth’s creation Selena is the perfect pulp heroine. She is a stripper, a whore, an alcoholic who needs to pass a breathalyzer test before she can start her car (unless she can find someone nearby to blow it for her if she has to make a quick getaway while drunk), a drug addict, […]
Oh yes, we just keep getting the good stuff. We are so so pleased to announce that we’ve acquired the new novel by CS DeWildt, author of the literary crime novella Candy and Cigarettes, the Bartleby Snopes flash novel The Louisville Problem, and the much-acclaimed short story collection Dead Animals. Love You to a Pulp is the story of […]
All Due Respect is back with award-winning featured author Hilary Davidson, and hard-hitting crime fiction from Christopher Irvin, Michael Pool, William E. Wallace, Stephen D. Rogers, Michael Cebula, Joe Clifford, Travis Richardson, and CT McNeely. Plus an interview with One Eye Press Publisher Ron Earl Phillips and loads of reviews. Check out Issue 4 now!
We here at All Due Respect have long been fans of Patt Abbott’s work. Check out this gorgeous cover for her latest, which will be out from Polis Books. Here’s the synopsis: Eve Moran has always wanted ‘things’ and has proven both inventive and tenacious in both getting and keeping them – she lies, steals, […]
Yes, that’s right. Jake Hinkson, scholar of classic film noir and master of writing neo-noir novels and novellas, has a collection of stories and we get to publish it. The Deepening Shade contains 15 stories, most of which were previously published in such journals, anthologies, and e-zines as Beat to A Pulp (Rounds One and Two), […]
I’m not sure if weird crime is a real genre or a genre I made up. There are some writers who seem to play in this sandbox sometimes–Jordan Krall, Jon Konrath, and Chuck Wendig come to mind. Anyway, I’m calling my new collection weird crime. We’ve got Furby with an assault rifle, a guy who […]
Chris Leek is one of the best practitioners of the crime short story, which he sets out to prove in Smoke ‘Em if You Got ‘Em. He’s appeared a couple of times before in All Due Respect, stories with crackling dialogue and a strong sense of rural America. In a genre that loves its despicable […]
We got it. Uncle Dust, Rob Pierce’s episodic novel about career criminal Dustin, is ours. Yes! Rob Pierce Dustin loves to rob banks. Dustin loves to drink. Dustin loves his women. Dustin loves loyalty. He might even love his adopted nephew Jeremy. And, he sometimes gets a little too enthusiastic in his job doing collections […]
Check out this review by Craig McNeely at his site The Pulp Chronicler. He gets it. Buy the book here.
Logo by JT Lindroos That’s right, bitches. The crew that’s brought you oodles of kick-ass short fiction is stepping up its game: novels, novellas, novelettes, short story collections–we’re doing it all. Alec Cizak founded ADR in 2010 with a single goal: publish uncensored crime fiction. Stories about criminals from the perspective of criminals. That continues […]