Tuesday, March 17, 2009

St. Patrick's Day

It just occurred to me that I have an Irish crime story. It's called "The Rose of Tralee," and it's in Murder most Irish. The best thing about the story is that it's right next to one by James Joyce. This is undoubtedly the only time Joyce and I will be in the same anthology. I just wish they'd spelled my name right on the back cover.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

OK - I just ordered it. Thanks for the headsup, O'Bill.

Jeff

Juri said...

Didn't know Joyce had written crime fiction. What's the story called? I don't think it's "Drive Me Hard" or "Flog Me To Death" or "Hellblazers at Dawn".

Bill Crider said...

Can't recall the title, and the book's a long way off.

Thomas Miller said...

"The Hanging of Myles Joyce"

Juri said...

Ah, thanks, Thomas. This here

http://www.philsp.com/homeville/MSF/t62.htm#A947

says it's non-fiction.

Bill Crider said...

Drat. Well, at least I still share billing with him.

Juri said...

Bill, that's something not many can say, fiction or non-fiction.