41 writers. One cause. We've rallied a platoon of crime, western, thriller, fantasy, noir, horror and transgressive authors to support PROTECT's important work: lobbying for legislation that protects children from physical, sexual, and emotional abuse.

Powerful stories from George Pelecanos, Andrew Vachss, Joe R. Lansdale, Charles de Lint, Ken Bruen, Chet Williamson, James Reasoner, Charlie Stella, Michael A. Black, Wayne Dundee, Roxane Gay, Ray Banks, Tony Black, Les Edgerton and 16 more, with 100% of proceeds going to PROTECT.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

a little about... Paul D. Brazill

Paul D. Brazill generously joined in with his tale "The Return of the Grievous Angel" and as the photo suggests, he is the definition of noir in a proper dictionary.

What inspired your story?
I think the tables being turned is very satisfying in fiction because it rarely happens in real life. I wanted to have payback in the story!

What makes this cause important to you?
Freedom of choice. It's what life's all about.

A little bit about myself:
You find out more about me at You Would Say That, Wouldn't You?

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