Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Criminal Element

Starting today, I'm beginning a regular gig over at Macmillan's new crime and mystery website I'll be contributing regular essays on noir, crime fiction, and the like.

To kick things off, I take a look at the long but foggy history of Amnesia Noir. Guy Pearce wasn't the first noir antihero with a bad memory. The roots go back to noir's early days where amnesia plots were a staple. Check out my essay at

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