Crime Writers of Color

Crime Writers of Color

Interviews with today's leading (and emerging) crime writers of color with host Robert Justice.

Episodes

October 5, 2022 44 min

Gary Phillips, author of almost twenty novels, including Matthew Henson and The Ice Temple of Harlem and One-Shot Harry, is interviewed by Robert Justice.

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Vaseem Khan, author of the Baby Ganesh Agency Investigation and Malabar House series, is interviewed by Robert Justice.

Links

  • Vaseem’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    May 1, 2022 36 min

    CWoC co-founders Kellye Garrett, author of Like a Sister and Gigi Pandian, author of Under Lock & Skeleton Key return to discuss their new books with Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Kellye’s Website

  • Gigi’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    April 5, 2022 28 min

    Wanda Morris, author of All Her Little Secrets, is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Wanda’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    February 16, 2022 28 min

    Yasmin Angoe—author of HER NAME IS KNIGHT—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Yasmin’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    January 13, 2022 39 min

    Aaron Philip Clark—author of Under Color of Law—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Aaron’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    Rachel Howzell Hall—author of These Toxic Things—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Rachel’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    Robert Justice—author of THEY CAN'T TAKE YOUR NAME—is interviewed by a special guest host.

    Links

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    November 10, 2021 61 min

    Anthology editors Abby Vandiver, Marla Bradeen, Steph Cha and Alafair Burke are interviewed by Robert Justice. Carolyn Wilkins and Alex Segura read from their amazing short stories.

    Links

  • Midnight Hour: A Chilling Anthology of Crime Fiction from 20 Authors of Color

  • Festive Mayhem 2: Seven Holiday Culinary Cozy Mysteries

  • The Best American Mystery and Suspense 2021

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    Patricia Raybon—author of ALL THAT IS SECRET—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Patricia Raybon is an award-winning author and novelist who writes at the daring intersection of faith and race. Her books include My First White Friend, winner of the Christopher Award, I Told the Mountain to Move, a prayer memoir about her struggle to learn to pray, that was a Christianity Today Book of the Year finalist, and Undivided: A Muslim Daugh...

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    Nadine Matheson—author of The Jigsaw Man—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Nadine’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    Patricia Sargeant—author of Murder by Page One—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Patricia Sargeant’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Webpage
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    Tracy Clark—author of the Cass Raines Chicago Mysteries—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Tracy Clark’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • CrimeWritersofColor.com
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    July 6, 2021 1 min

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    June 2, 2021 50 min

    Aya de Leon—author of A Spy in the Struggle—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Links

  • Aya de Leon’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    Gar Anthony Haywood—author of In Things Unseen—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

     

    Links

  • Gar Anthony Haywood’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    April 27, 2021 47 min

    Alyssa Cole—author of When No One Is Watching—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

     

    Links

  • Alyssa Cole’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    Alexia Gordon—physician by day, award winning #ownvoices crime novelist by night—is interviewed by Robert Justice.

     

    Links

  • Alexia Gordon’s Website

  • Robert Justice’s Website

  • Crime Writers of Color Website
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    Suspence author, Bianca Sloane, is interviewed by Robert Justice.

    Bianca Sloane is the author of the suspense novels What You Don’t Know, Sweet Little Lies, Every Breath You Take and Killing Me Softly (previously published as Live and Let Die), chosen as “Thriller of the Month” (May 2013) by e-thriller.com and a “2013 Top Read” by OOSA Online Book Club. When she’s not writing, she’s watching Bravo TV, Investigation Discovery, readi...

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