Los Angeles Noir brings you tales of crime and passion and betrayal from some of the most innovative and celebrated writers working today.
Edgar Award finalist DENISE HAMILTON is the author of seven crime novels and the editor of the best-selling anthology Los Angeles Noir (which includes the Edgar Award–winning short story “The Golden Gopher” by Susan Straight) and Los Angeles Noir 2: The Classics. She is a former Los Angeles Times journalist, a Fulbright Scholar, a noir and sci-fi/fantasy geek, and a proud LA native who refuses to speak only in English. She is the editor of Speculative Los Angeles.
- Feb 3, 2021: VIRTUAL EVENT: Speculative Los Angeles with Denise Hamilton, Stephen Blackmoore, and Ben Winters – Book Soup
- Feb 15, 2021: VIRTUAL EVENT: Speculative Los Angeles featuring Denise Hamilton, Alex Espinoza, and More – Skylight Books
- Apr 11, 2021: VIRTUAL EVENT: Courttia Newland, Rivers Solomon, Denise Hamilton – Politics & Prose
The sequel to Los Angeles Noir, an award-winning Los Angeles Times best-seller, this volume explores the history of the noir literary tradition on its home turf.
The debut title in a new city-based anthology series featuring all-new stories with speculative, sci-fi, and paranormal themes—each using distinct neighborhood settings as a launching pad.