Craig Terlson's fiction has appeared in Lithub, Mystery Tribune, Carve, Hobart, Smokelong Quarterly, and many other literary journals in the United States, United Kingdom, and South Africa. He is the author of the novels: Correction Line, Surf City Acid Drop, Fall in One Day, and the story collection, Ethical Aspects of Animal Husbandry. His new novel, Manistique (2021) is the second in his Luke Fischer crime series. His prose possesses a cinematic quality and an eye for detail stemming from his years as a professional illustrator for clients across North America.
Reading from my work, and a discussion on how crime fiction can be, and often is, literary.
As well, how does a writer create suspense and a propulsive narrative?
Why is twitter the number one social media platform for writers?
Engaging with other writers, beta readers, agents and publishers
Playing the long game - or why the key to social media is being social
What not to do - writer crimes and misdemeanors on twitter.
How to write short stores that matter.
Tapping into you own love of story to create engaging fiction.