Egyptian Dinner in Astoria
Monday, June 3, 2019, 7:00 p.m.
Mombar Restaurant, Astoria, NY
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UPCOMING BOOK DISCUSSIONS
The MAY 20, 2019 Book Discussion will feature the 3rd book in the Zeck trilogy, IN THE BEST FAMILIES. will be held at A NEW VENUE:
JACKSON HOLE, 232 East 64th Street
(between Second and Third Avenues)
The Wolfe Pack also has active book discussion groups in the mid-Atlantic (MACABRe) and Buffalo-Niagra-Western NY areas and groups in the planning stages in San Francisco and elsewhere. We also have a Facebook book discussion group at www.facebook.com/groups/147145745963114. For the current schedule of book discussions, please visit the Book Discussion page at www.nerowolfe.org/htm/events/book_discussion.htm.
2018 Nero Award Winner Announced
August Snow by Stephen Mack Jones, Soho Crime
The 2018 finalists:
Blood for Wine by Warren C. Easley (Poisoned Pen Press)
The Lioness is the Hunter by Loren D. Estelman (Forge)
Gone to Dustby by Matt Goldman (Forge)
August Snow by Stephen Mack Jones (Soho)
The Dime by Kathleen Kent (Mulholland Books/Little, Brown)
2018 Black Orchid Novella Award Winner: Mark Bruce: “Minerva James & the Goddess of Justice”
And the 2019 Black Orchid Novella Award Contest is now OPEN! Click here for details!
University Study of Nero Wolfe Is Closed
Thank you to all who took part in the “Detecting Nero Wolfe” University study. The deadline for responses was extended to March 31, 2019 and is now closed. Wolfe Pack Member and UNLV professor Amanda Belarmino will notify the winners within the week. A report of the study’s findings will appear in a future Gazette.
The little-known story of the WW II efforts of The Writers' War Board and its president, Rex Stout.
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Newly discovered homage article to Rex Stout in
Firsts: The Book Collector's Magazine
(April, 2006, Vol. 16, No. 4)
- Click here to read the article, "Rex Stout: An American Original" by Kathryn Smiley
- Click here to read "A Checklist of Primary First Editions" by Robin H. Smiley, including approximate First Edition prices of all Rex Stout books (1929 -- 1975)