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Eric BeetnerThe good news is, the new issue of CRIME FACTORY is out.

The bad news is, you’ll probably feel compelled to cancel your other important plans to read it because it’s so excellent.

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What’s in the issue? We thought you’d never ask:

Issue 13 of the award-winning noir journal features an interview with BLACK PULP creators Gary Phillips and Tommy Hancock by Michael A. Gonzales.

Lee Marvin expert and biography Dwayne Epstein talks with Andrew Nette about his book LEE MARVIN POINT BLANK.

Ruth Dugdall talks working with criminals and writing about them with Angela Savage.

Tom Darin Liskey gives true crime reportage from Indian Country.

Ozploitation icon Roger Ward is interviewed about his career by James Hopwood.

John Harrison flips through the Kennedy assassination as covered in pulps.

On the fiction front, we have new long fiction from Court Merrigan, and shorts from Mark Richardson, Stephen D. Rogers and Tom Pitts.

All this, plus reviews of the latest and greatest that’s shaking in the crime world.