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A Night with J.A. Jance

A Night with J.A. Jance by Tiffany Sweeney, Walrus Contributor On the last Friday night of February, I once again headed out to the Saint Louis County Library Headquarters for yet another one of their amazing author events.  For this night, it was the best-selling author of more than 40 suspense novels, J.A. Jance, complete…

March Writing Contests

Domestic Writing Contests Twelve Months with the Walrus Chesterfield Arts Presents: 2012 Jade G. Bute Adult Writing Contest Enizagam Literary Awards in Poetry and Fiction Gulf Coast Prizes in Poetry, Fiction and Non-Fiction Hidden River Publishing Eludia Award Narrative Winter 2012 Story Contest CinemaSpoke Screenplay Competition Carolina Wren Press-Doris Bakwin Award

Another Success For Renner’s Monthly Showcase

Another Success For Renner’s Monthly Showcase by our Mystery Reporter at the Scene! A gathering of over forty poetry lovers came together at Duff’s Restaurant in the Central West End this past Monday, February 27th. Tony Renner’s “chance operations” series pleased the crowd, as always.  Starting off the show was musician Matt Harrish of Bunnygrunt,…

Claire Applewhite – Mystery Writer

Claire Applewhite – Mystery Writer by Jaime Kelley, Walrus Contributor Local Mystery Author, Claire Applewhite, recently launched Candy Cadillac, the third book in her ‘Nam Noir Series. I had the pleasure of talking with Claire about her work and her success, and she shared some excellent pointers for writers aspiring to publish. Thank you for…

Book Review: The Accidental Demon Slayer by Angie Fox

Book Review:  The Accidental Demon Slayer by Angie Fox by Tif Sweeney, Walrus Contributor During the first-ever bookstore cruise hosted by the Saint Louis Independent Bookstore Alliance, I had the pleasure of meeting a multitude of local authors, including Angie Fox.  Fox welcomed the cruise-goers with a bright smile in the quaint Main Street Books,…

Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler — Ya’all

Well, I suppose it’s time to get a little informal or perhaps better said, a little more friendly.  Walrus Publishing is Saint Louis based and Saint Louis focused, but I (the publisher) have deep, deep family roots in New Orleans.  Now I’m not an historian, but Saint Louis and New Orleans are strongly connected too,…