A group of related bloggers who work in the general area of Golden Age Mysteries has decided to collaborate and publish a blog post every Tuesday as the Tuesday Night Bloggers. We began in the spirit of celebrating Agatha Christie’s 125th birthday anniversary. We’re now going to continue with a different Golden Age mystery writer; Tuesdays in November will be devoted to Ellery Queen.
Here they are, alphabetically:
Curtis Evans, The Passing Tramp: The Player on the Other Side (1963) by Ellery Queen
Brad Friedman, ahsweetmysteryblog; Christie vs. Queen: Malice Domestic takes on the God Complex
Bev Hankins, My Reader’s Block: The Current Favourite
Kate Jackson, crossexaminingcrime: Did Ellery Queen Ever Escape the Golden Age of Detection?
Xavier Lechard, At the Villa Rose: Me and Mr. Queen
Moira Redmond, Clothes in Books: Ellery Queen:Following the Recommendations
Noah Stewart, Noah’s Archives: Ellery Queen, Broad Brand, and Continuation Works
If I’ve missed any posts, or if I become aware of later entries, I’ll add them to this post.
I’m really excited by the level of scholarship we’re seeing in these works. It’s clear that there’s a great deal of familiarity with these works and large amounts of affection for them … these pieces are suitable for both people who are already fans of EQ or who have never heard of him. Well done everyone!