ABOUT THE STRAND MAGAZINE

Unpublished James ThurberThe Strand offers the best of both worlds—publishing previously unpublished works by literary masters such as Dashiell Hammett, Joseph Heller, James M. Cain, Mark Twain, Tennessee Williams and H.G.Wells, as well as new works of fiction by today’s bestselling authors such as Alexander McCall Smith, Michael Connelly, Joseph Finder and Jeffery Deaver. Our reviews section looks at the latest mystery/thriller offerings, Sherlock Holmes pastiches, and anthologies, in addition to audiobooks and DVDs. On The Strand Magazine’s website you will find samples of our short mystery stories, interviews with some of today’s most popular mystery authors, enlightening articles, book reviews, as well as information on past issues, subscriptions, and much more. In addition to all that, The Strand Magazine’s blog features short fiction, top ten lists, interviews, articles and writing tips by your favorite authors.

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THE STRAND IN THE NEWS
Tennessee Williams Short Story Published for the First Time (Associated Press)
Rare John Steinbeck Story Finally Published (Associated Press)
Lost John Steinbeck Story to be Published 70 Years On (TIME)
Managing Editor Andrew Gulli’s Interview on The Takeaway (NPR)

 

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One Comment

  1. When I found The Strand magazine at an independent bookstore, on a recent trip to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, I was thrilled. I have been a long time fan of Mystery, hard boiled crime, and Noir, for a long time and find that the issue of The Strand magazine that I purchased had all of that and more. I had to have more issues. As soon as I returned to my home, in Vancouver, B.C. I went right to my computer to order a subscription. Not only am I looking forward to hours of reading entertainment, I recently completed a creative writing course where the instructor encouraged me to write more short stories. So I’m sure I will find the Blogs, and interviews very helpful. Who no’s, maybe one day you will be reading one of my short stories in The Strand,(I can dream, can’t I) Lol. Thanks, Strand.
    Robert Lozowchuk

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