Author Archives: Bev Vincent

The Hip

I finished the first draft of a new short story this morning, my first in a while. The draft took about seven days, and the story came in at about 4900 words, which is quite a bit longer than I … Continue reading

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Murder on the High Cs

After five or six consecutive days with the temperatures exceeding 100° and the heat index in the mid 100-teens, we’ve had some relief. In the form of torrential rain, but we’ll take it. After a very soggy beginning to the … Continue reading

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O-sake

Turned in my 40th column for Cemetery Dance magazine last night. That’s a lotta words, especially factoring in how long the early ones were. We watched a fascinating movie on Netflix called The Birth of Sake, a documentary about the sake … Continue reading

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The Little Things

It’s always gratifying to receive an Honorable Mention from Ellen Datlow. In the introduction to the newest Best Horror of the Year, she mentions notable fiction in October Dreams II, including my story “The Boy in the White Sheet.” And … Continue reading

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How NECON cured my jet lag

Fifteen hours of sleep over a three-day period, on top of two cross-country flights will do it! I got into Providence on Thursday afternoon after a couple of uneventful flights that took me through Charlotte. It was an early morning … Continue reading

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Stranger and stranger

I had the weekend to myself, so I watched a lot of Netflix. First, I finished Season 1 of Bloodline, wherein all is revealed. Leave it to a cop to be able to set up the near-perfect frame-up job. “Near” … Continue reading

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Lester the Lobster

I was sound asleep at 12:30 am the night before last when the guy delivered my delayed baggage, and I feel like I could have slept through the night. However, last night I was wide awake at 1:30 am and … Continue reading

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Okinawa

I was happy that Air Canada finally delivered my delayed luggage to my door. Less happy that they chose to do so at 12:30 am. As a remedy for recovering from jet lag, I can’t recommend getting woken up in the … Continue reading

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Resurgence

I stumbled upon a real blast from the past, a TV show that was a favorite when I was eight or nine. It’s called Randall & Hopkirk Deceased. Imagine if Miles Archer came back as a ghost in The Maltese … Continue reading

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Five armies vs five kings

I finished my first new short story in a while. I’ve been thinking about it for weeks and doing the necessary research, but it took me a while to get around to putting pen to paper. On Friday morning, I … Continue reading

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