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Mink Eyes NOW AVAILABLE ON AUDIBLE.COM

Narrated by the talented Kaleo Griffith, Mink Eyes the audiobook is now available on Audible, Downpour, Overdrive, Hoopla, Audiobooks.com, AudiobooksNow.com, and many more...

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The Women of Mink Eyes

Spoiler Alert:  SIGNIFICANT spoilers below for Max McBride’s Mink Eyes Mink Eyes is set in 1986 and reflects the gender complexities, conflicts, and tensions of that era. One thing that stands out about Mink Eyes is the striking contrast between the...

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AUDIO VERSION COMING SOON

In recent weeks we have been working on putting Mink Eyes and Tenebrae onto the “audio book” platforms.  As I listened to the “proofs,” I re-engaged with the work, especially Mink Eyes, experiencing it in a different way and receiving...

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Boomers! Millenials! X-ers! What do we think about this?

Not a new player in the blame game, but one that should provide some interesting debate. http://digg.com/2018/boomers-ruined-america

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Check out Max’s Interview!

Read below or on the Lupa Schwartz Mysteries Blog.  We want to hear what you think, send us your comments.  Who are your influences? I am able to say who my “inspirations” or “admirations” are, but I am reluctant to...

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Max’s Beggar’s Bowl

Max begs you this weekend to buy at a physical store.  Don't just be a jerk and go in there to conduct the all-important physical inspection and Q&A with a live, probably even knowledgeable human being.  Pay the extra nickel, you'll...

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Alabaster Bookshop

One of the great little places in New York that are dying fast. In the Village on 4th Avenue between 11th and 12th.

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Self-Propelled

I take about every form of transportation you can think of in NYC, including a bicycle whenever i can, but primarily i use my own feet. I increasingly feel like a hunted animal. The cyclists are worse than the cars....

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Decoding Westworld, brought to you by Max McBride

What do Westworld and Max McBride have in common? Great storytelling! Joanna Robinson and David Chen bring us an excellent analysis and breakdown, as always.  Listen to Max's pre-roll on Decoding Westworld, Episode 3: Virtù e Fortuna here.

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Gag Reflex: #overused #YouMadeYourPoint #unnecessary

At the End of The Day.  This is uttered around 50,000 (could be 500,000) times a day on business television programs (Bloomberg, CNBC, etc.) and various live conferences around the country.   Like. Used fourth or fifth word by our younger...

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