RARA-AVIS: Stansberry Question

From: Domenic ( mystery.robot@pacbell.net)
Date: 16 Nov 2005

> Kerry wrote:
> I'm wondering whether Dominic Stansberry feels anything similar about his
> work. Not which book is best, but whether he feels he's explored in
> fiction, with The Confession, all the points he wanted to make in his Noir
> Manifesto, or whether there are more advances to come in the same vein.
> What direction, in other words?
I have just finished up a book called "The Big Boom" which is a follow up to Chasing the Dragon--both set in North Beach.

Also have a book in process, a kind of road novel.

As to Noir Manifesto, I can't imagine that I would suddenly become a writer with a different sensibility then I have had for years--though it's true I am always trying to find ways to keep things fresh...

(I go on interminably in a recent post to Chris M about Noir Manifesto and how it might apply to stuffy I am working on now.... So I won't reiterate here)


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