»It felt to me that texts, Facebook, and Twitter are the contemporary equivalent of notes passed in class in my day. Except in my day, your reputation could be ruined by the end of the day, as the note passed from hand to hand, period after period. Today, it only takes an instant. It struck me as very powerful, both intimate and treacherous.«
Mark Coggins in conversation with Megan Abbott about cheerleaders, her new novel Dare me and Raymond Chandler. Read the interview at The Rap Sheet.
- Mark Coggins: Finally, what question would you ask Chandler if you could?
- Tom Williams: Who killed [chauffeur] Owen Taylor, really?
Read the interview with Tom Williams, author of the biography Raymond Chandler: A Mysterious Something in the Light at The Rap Sheet.