Bryan Smith is one of my favorite writers working today. He sells a lot of books, but more importantly (to me, at least), he writes really, really well. His prose moves, he knows how to surprise without cheating, and he maintains his narrative energy from the beginning of a story to the end. I was […]Read more "Bryan Smith Kills Again: An Interview about STRANGE WAYS and Other Stories"
Yo. Comin’ atcha from da crib straight up gangsta— I can’t do it. What I can do is talk about two individuals I met at the recent Scares That Care convention in Williamsburg, Virginia: Bryan Smith and Tom Monteleone. When I saw I’d be sharing a table with Bryan, I had two simultaneous reactions. My […]Read more "Scares That Care, Part Three: Bryan Smith and Tom Monteleone"
Guts and honesty. Those are Bryan Smith’s main writing tools. I see reviews from time to time that wail and remonstrate about sex, profanity, and violence in a book, and if those put you off, by all means avoid this one. Because the sex, profanity, and violence are there, and Smith doesn’t apologize for them. […]Read more "Bryan Smith’s KAYLA AND THE DEVIL"