RARA-AVIS: DorothyL and "the Confession"

From: Bludis Jack ( buildsnburns@yahoo.com)
Date: 08 May 2005

E. Borgers said:

>>Unless DorothyL. changed drastically during
the recent years, and even if some enlighten contributors haunted this list from time to time, I highly recommend to stay away from this feminist bazaar, bunch of bigots and would-be censors; after a while, idiocy is not even fun anymore.<<

Although I am primarily a reader of noir and hardboiled fiction, I am not blind to the fact that there are other kinds of mysteries and I do read DorothyL and as well.

I might also note that "The Confession" and the process of the Edgars had far more defenders than detractors.

Maybe it's changed, maybe not, but it is a valuable resource for knowing what else is going on in the mystery world.

Jack Bludis

http://www.jackbludis.com -- updated
"Shadow of the Dahlia" now at BN.com
"Shadow" has been nominated for a Shamus

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