SHORT STORY ANTHOLOGIES
Short stories with bikes in them,
by known and unknown authors
FUNNY CRIME FICTION
"one of the best of 2001" —Washington Post
"funny…surprisingly moving" —Kirkus
Quirky, whimsical…highly original…a magical mystery tour
When his friend Zeb's music store is vandalized, Jason first stays up nights to keep an eye on it, and then embarks on his own investigation—leading him back to his own teen years.
Snyder has an especially fine way with dialogue. Obscure, playful allusions…reflect the author's respect for his readers' intelligence. A delight for discerning crime-fiction fans.
Jason and Robert head down to San Diego to help out Martin, and end up taking care of a burned-out rock star's little daughter.
…thumbs-up for snappy banter. Their conversations are the kind you wish your friends were better able to deliver—fast, funny, ironic and occasionally insightful.
The screen musical that almost was, until the economy tanked and the investors evaporated.
Armed thugs, biker fistfights, and midnight flights to Paris are all just part of Carolyn's journey toward her dream: becoming an opera diva!
A FEATURE-LENGTH MUSICAL SCREENPLAY
In this collection of short stories by Kent Peterson, David A.V. Elver, Keith Snyder, Paul Guyot, Simon Wood, Barbara Jaye Wilson, Teresa Peipins, Christopher Ryan, and Stephen D. Rogers (art by Taliah Lempert), a grocery store worker finds more than he bargained for when he wangles his way into a gated community with a perfect hill for climbing…an ancient Constantinoplean invents a two-wheeled contraption to impress a girl…a bicycle reflects on its life while chained outside in New York City…an eerie rider exacts gruesome revenge on automobile drivers…
Jason Keltner #1
Cupid & Psyche
Short fiction about bicycles
The Night Men
Jason Keltner #4
Keith Snyder in print and ebooks
Coffin's Got the Dead Guy on the Inside
Jason Keltner #2
More short fiction
Trouble Comes Back
Jason Keltner #3
An NYC messenger reencounters the girl of his Italian childhood, a woman's bike errands include tending a garden in a cemetery, a mechanic takes a game of bike polo very seriously, an eternal cyclist is chased by an evil peloton, a bike missionary has a strange encounter, somebody races the Devil, and somebody else is a little unclear on coaster brakes.
Edgar/Anthony/Shamus-winner SJ Rozan kicks off the ride, and Kent Peterson, Barb Goffman, Keith Snyder, Eric Neuenfeldt, Nigel Greene, Jan Maher, Jon Billman, KI Hope, and artist Taliah Lempert round out the peloton in this second book in the series.