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Kirkus names Dead Land as among best for 2020

Monday, November 16th, 2020

Kirkus Reviews has included Dead Land as one of the best mysteries for 2020. You can see the full list, here.

Interview on Love & Other Crimes

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

On Sept. 14, Brian Vakulskas interviewed Sara for radio KSCJ about her new collection of short stories, Love & Other Crimes. You can listen to this 16 min. interview here.

Love & Other Crimes Launch Events

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020

On Wednesday, July 29 at 7 pm Women and Children First is hosting a virtual launch of Love & Other Crimes on my Face Book page. I will read from Love & Other Crimes and will answer questions about that or anything else. Note: questions will have to be posted on my Face Book page 24 hours in advance.

On August 1 at 6 pm, I join my own editor, Emily Krump, in Book Passage’s Conversations with Authors, virtual live sessions with the authors and thinkers most committed to independent bookstores. Once you register, for free, there’s an opportunity to ask questions in advance of the session.

Whitney Terrell and Sugi Ganeshananthan are writers and readers who run an insightful blog about books, Fiction/NonFiction. I was privileged to talk to them last week about Love & Other Crimes.

Friday, August 16th, 2019

If you’d like to catch one of the virtual events connected with the Dead Land launch, just click on the links, below.

Door-to-Door with James Rollins, April 15 (YouTube)

Women and Children First, April 21 (Facebook)

The Raven, April 22 (Crowdcast) (or click here to see the video on Facebook)

Mystery to Me, May 4 (Crowdcast)

Dead Land by Sara Paretsky

The latest from Sara, Dead Land, was released April 21, 2020.

“As usual, Paretsky (Shell Game, 2018, etc.) is less interested in identifying whodunit than in uncovering a monstrous web of evil, and this web is one of her densest and most finely woven ever. So fierce, ambitious, and far-reaching that it makes most other mysteries seem like so many petit fours.” —Kirkus (starred review)

 

 

NBC’s Today show interviews Sara (aired Nov. 3, 2019) on the importance of narrator selection for audio books in capturing the essence of the character.  Here Sara is with Susan Erickson, who does the voice-over for her current VI novels.

 

 

Kate Raphael of KPFA Womens Magazine interviews Sara in an August 12, 2019 broadcast in conjunction with an archived interview with Toni Morrison : Groundbreaking Writers Toni Morrison and Sara Paretsky 

 

 

 

CrimeReads Lori Rader-Day interviews Sara: Sara Paretsky Writes What’s on Her Mind, discussing white collar crime, her lifelong activism, and the importance of a good editor.

 

 

On May 9, 2019, Sara received the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame’s Fuller Award for lifetime achievement at the Newberry Library. Notables in the literary world Lori Rader Day, Ann Christophersen, Dominick Abel, Donna Seaman, Neil Harris, Heather Ash, and Margaret Kinsman, gave moving, and humorous, tributes, highlighting Sara’s myriad accomplishments.

 

 

Crime writers have a novel take on reducing gun violence: two dozen short stories of murder without guns. Sara wrote the introduction to Unloaded Vol. 2

 

 

 

 

Sara is honored to receive the first annual G.P. Putnam’s Sons Sue Grafton Memorial Award, presented by the Mystery Writers of America at this year’s Edgars.

Watch V I in Action in this Video

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

If you’ve read  the VI Warshawski books or stories, you know she travels the city up and down. She started when she was a child, performing hair-raising escapades with her cousin Boom-Boom, and she’s still racing around Chicago today. Now, with this video, created for Sara by three young cineastes at the University of Chicago, you can follow her from Wrigley Field to the Golden Glow. Catch a Hitchcock view of Sara in the last frame.

BRUSH BACK named one of the best thrillers of 2015

Wednesday, November 18th, 2015

Brush Back by Sara ParetskyThe Washington Post named BRUSH BACK, Sara’s most recent novel, one of 2015’s top 5 thrillers.

Sara receives Paul Engle Prize

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

PARETSKY-blog427Sara received the 2015 Paul Engle Prize, recognizing both her body of work and her work for social justice. See her in conversation with Maureen Corrigan at the Coralville Public Library here.

Sara reviews Peter Ackroyd’s “Wilkie Collins,” a biography of one of the fathers of detective fiction, in the New York Times Book Review, October 30.

Sara appears on BBC Radio’s Woman’s Hour

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015

Brush Back by Sara ParetskyWhile Sara was on tour in the UK, she appeared on the Woman’s Hour, one of the most listened to programs on BBC Radio. Listen to her interview here.

Sara interviews with the London Times’ Crime Club

Friday, June 26th, 2015

crime club pic copyIn their new crime fiction monthly newsletter,  The London Times’ Crime Club asks Sara about V I, where she came from, and how she’s changed over the years.  Read the interview here.

Sara interviews with Crime Club, the new London Times crime fiction newsletter

Friday, June 26th, 2015

criminal tendencies interview

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