Gay Mystery Podcast

John Copenhaver On His Celebrated Debut Novel, Dodging and Burning

January 30, 2020 Episode 17
Gay Mystery Podcast
John Copenhaver On His Celebrated Debut Novel, Dodging and Burning
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Gay Mystery Podcast
John Copenhaver On His Celebrated Debut Novel, Dodging and Burning
Jan 30, 2020 Episode 17
Brad Shreve

Ep:017 John Copenhaver talks about his debut novel, Dodging and Burning, and the many literary organizations he has been involved with, including crime mystery reviews for Lambda Literary. Justene reviews Kill Game by Cordelia Kingsbridge.

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www.jcopenhaver.com
Purchase Dodging and Burning
Kill Game by Cordelia Kingsbridge

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Comments or suggestions are welcoming by leaving a message at 424-328-1008 or via email at info@gaymyserypodcast.com
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About John:
John Copenhaver’s historical crime novel, Dodging and Burning, won the 2019 Macavity Award for Best First Mystery Novel and garnered Anthony, Strand Critics, Barry, and Lambda Literary Award nominations. He writes a crime fiction review column for Lambda Literary called “Blacklight.” His work has appeared in CrimeReads, Electric Lit, Glitterwolf, PANK, and others. He chairs the 7-12 grade English department at Flint Hill School. He currently lives in DC with his husband, artist Jeffery Paul (Herrity).
 
 

Show Notes

Ep:017 John Copenhaver talks about his debut novel, Dodging and Burning, and the many literary organizations he has been involved with, including crime mystery reviews for Lambda Literary. Justene reviews Kill Game by Cordelia Kingsbridge.

gaymysterypodcast.com
www.jcopenhaver.com
Purchase Dodging and Burning
Kill Game by Cordelia Kingsbridge

Link To be a guest on our show
Comments or suggestions are welcoming by leaving a message at 424-328-1008 or via email at info@gaymyserypodcast.com
Messages or emails may be used on the show. 

About John:
John Copenhaver’s historical crime novel, Dodging and Burning, won the 2019 Macavity Award for Best First Mystery Novel and garnered Anthony, Strand Critics, Barry, and Lambda Literary Award nominations. He writes a crime fiction review column for Lambda Literary called “Blacklight.” His work has appeared in CrimeReads, Electric Lit, Glitterwolf, PANK, and others. He chairs the 7-12 grade English department at Flint Hill School. He currently lives in DC with his husband, artist Jeffery Paul (Herrity).
 
 

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