Host Gerald Everett Jones and his co-hosts Cheyenne Cockrell and Thomas Page discuss “Mystery and True Crime” with special guest author Marvin J. Wolf. Wolf is the author of the Rabbi Ben mysteries: For Whom the Shofar Blows, A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn, and the forthcoming A Tale of Two Rabbis. Marv responds to our questions, including:
- How does mystery fiction differ from true crime?
- What is a police procedural? Do all mysteries fall into that category?
- Have you ever come across a story that you thought was too painful or too troubling to write?
- How does the training and skillset of a journalist inform the work of a mystery novelist?
- Is it a truism that social media is killing journalism these days?
- A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn is full of Judaic scholarship. Did you just absorb all that detail over the years, or was it a research project in itself?
And, as ever, there's lots of advice on how to get published, including the support resources at our website getpublishedradio.com.
This episode airs on Hella Radio, KNNN-FM 87.7 Redding, Calif.
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