Re: RARA-AVIS: James Crumley's short story: "Hot Springs"

From: Etienne Borgers (
Date: 20 Nov 2000

Thanks for trying to help.

I've read 'Whores' and it's one of the collections of short stories that made me doubt about Penzler's statement.

I never had a look at this edition of 'Muddy forks...', but I suppose it harbors stories with copyrights after 1973.(?)

Or is it because 'Hot Springs' was an original for the 1996 collection and this made it special amongst the publication of *books* with short stories by Crumley?

E.Borgers Hard-Boiled Mysteries

--- Maura McMillan <> wrote:
> i looked at what we have here, which isn't every
> crumley thing there is, of
> course, but many --
> 'whores', 1988, (dennis mcmillan) includes a number
> of previously
> unpublished short stories. let me know if you want
> to see the publication
> page --
> also, we have here 'the muddy fork and other things'
> (short fiction and
> nonfcition), 1991, clark city press, livingston, mt

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